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Ai Weiwei: Yours Truly

Human rights become profoundly personal when Ai Weiwei, China's most famous artist, transforms Alcatraz Island prison into an astonishing expression of socially-engaged art focused on the plight of the unjustly incarcerated.

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Albert Einstein: Still a Revolutionary

Albert Einstein was a world renowned celebrity, greeted like a rock star wherever he appeared. He was also an outspoken social and political activist. This new documentary goes beyond the legend to tell the true story of our most famous savant.

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The Ballad of Esequiel Hernández

This Emmy-nominated documentary from 2008 is one of the most critical, relevant, and widely discussed portraits of the U.S.-Mexico border, chronicling the tragic killing of 18-year-old American high school student by a team of U.S. Marines.

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Bellingcat: Truth in a Post-Truth World

Bellingcat takes viewers inside the exclusive world of the “citizen investigative journalist” collective known as Bellingcat as they search for truth in our era of fake news and alternative facts.

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A Chef's Voyage

Follow celebrated American Chef David Kinch and his team from Manresa, their 3 Star Michelin restaurant in California, for a unique collaboration with three legendary French chefs at their iconic restaurants in Paris, Provence, and Marseille.

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City Dreamers

Through interviews, archival material and stunning cinematography, Joseph Hillel uncovers how four trailblazing architects - all women - have been working, observing and thinking about the transformations shaping the city of today and tomorrow.

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The Cost of Living

From the filmmakers of The Future of Work and Death comes an incisive look at the issue confronted during the recent primaries: should we as a society provide a 'universal basic income' to all citizens?

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Creating a Character: The Moni Yakim Legacy

What do Jessica Chastain, Viola Davis and Kevin Kline have in common? They are but a few of the extraordinary actors who studied under renowned acting teacher Moni Yakim at Juilliard, America's greatest performing arts school.

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Dark Circle

Winner of the Grand Prize at Sundance in 1983, the newly restored Dark Circle provides a clear-eyed look at the Atomic Age, from Hiroshima to Rocky Flats, while detailing the devastating toll of radioactive contamination and toxicity.

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Dateline-Saigon

The story of five young journalists whose courageous reporting during the early years of the Vietnam War in the face of fierce opposition - and worse - from government is uncannily relevant to challenges journalists face today.

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Dedalus

Dedalus is a fiction triptych portraying community, love, and loss. Jonah Greenstein's gorgeously shot feature debut laces loneliness with beauty to create a film of startling cinematic intimacy.

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F11 and Be There

A deep look at photographer Burk Uzzle. From Martin Luther King Jr. to Woodstock to America's small towns and back roads, Uzzle's iconic photographs offer a breathtaking commentary on American civil rights, race, social justice, and art.

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For They Know Not What They Do

From Daniel Karslake, director of For the Bible Tells Me So, comes a follow-up to that award-winning film: a new documentary that explores the intersection of religion, sexual orientation and gender identity in current-day America.

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Graves Without a Name

In this profoundly moving follow-up to his Oscar-nominated film The Missing Picture, Rithy Panh continues his personal and spiritual exploration of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge era.

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I'm Moshanty - Do You Love Me?

This documentary from Tim Wolff (The Sons of Tennessee Williams) is a musical tribute to the legendary South Pacific recording artist and transgender activist Moses Moshanty Tau and the LGBTQI community of Papua New Guinea.

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Koshien: Japan's Field of Dreams

Baseball is everything for those in the Koshien, Japan's wildly popular national high school championship. But for Coach Mizutani and his players, cleaning the grounds and greeting their guests are just as important as honing their baseball skills.

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Music Got Me Here

A snowboard accident leaves 18 year-old Forrest Allen unable to speak or walk. Tom Sweitzer, an eccentric music therapist, is determined to help Forrest. This is a story of the power of music to heal and transform lives.

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My Comic Shop Country

Comic book characters are box office gold, but why do comic book stores struggle to survive? In My Comic Shop Country, filmmaker Anthony Desiato sets out on a quest to explore the culture, business, and fandom of comic shops across America.

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Myth of a Colorblind France

A documentary that explores the lives of renowned Black artists who emigrated to Paris to liberate themselves from the racism of the United States, including Josephine Baker, James Baldwin, Richard Wright and Augusta Savage.

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Seadrift

In 1979, in the town of Seadrift, TX, what began as a dispute over fishing territory erupts into violence and ignites a maelstrom of boat burnings, KKK intimidation, and other hostilities against Vietnamese refugees along the Gulf Coast.

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Seat 20D

Seat 20D explores the many shapes grieving can take. After Pan Am 103 was brought down in Lockerbie, a mother whose son was on the flight spends 15 years creating an astonishing work of art.

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Shusenjo: Comfort Women and Japan's War on History

During World War II the Japanese Imperial Army enslaved an estimated tens of thousands of women in military brothels. Now, there is a movement in Japan - supported by some Americans - to challenge and deny this shameful history.

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Street Fighting Men

Shot over three years in the neighborhoods of Detroit, Street Fighting Men takes a deep, observational dive into the lives of three black men. What emerges is a story of hard work, faith and manhood in a community left to fend for itself.

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Unmarked

Throughout the South, vast numbers of African-American gravesites and burial grounds have been lost or are disappearing through neglect. Unmarked explores these untold stories of our forgotten past and the efforts underway to preserve them.

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Uprooting Addiction: Healing from the Ground Up

An urgent look at the national drug addiction crisis that is ravaging local communities, Uprooting Addiction follows six diverse people, each affected by childhood trauma, who candidly share their personal stories of addiction and recovery.

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Wine Crush (Vas-y Coupe!)

In this beautifully observed portrait of a family-owned vineyard in France, a motley team of laborers travels from the north to harvest grapes at a small Champagne vineyard run by an eccentric winemaker with a cult following.

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You Go To My Head

In a desolate stretch of the Sahara, a mysterious car accident leaves a young woman lost and alone. Jake, a reclusive architect, finds her unconscious; intoxicated by the woman's beauty, he takes her to his remote desert home to recuperate.