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  • The War on Kids

    Focusing on public education, The War on Kids demonstrates how American public schools have become modeled after prisons in response to fear and a burgeoning intolerance of youth. The oppressive environment that students are subjected to, coupled with brutal responses to any transgression, includ...

  • Asian American-Eyz'd: An Immigrant Comedy Special


    Three Asian American immigrants comics come together for a one - night comedy special. Ana Tuazon Parsons (Adam Ruins Everything, Dexter) Nicky Endres (The Dropout, One Day at a Time), and Aidan Park (Tosh.0, Laugh Factory) all came to the US as immigrants: Ana (Pinoy) smuggled from the Philippin...

  • The Gilligan Manifesto


    At the height of the Cold War, Gilligan’s Island depicted seven Americans living in an analog of a post-apocalyptic world where the survivors have to rebuild civilization. Remarkably, the society they create is pure communist. Interviews with the show’s creator and surviving actors reveal that Gi...

  • We Gotta Get Outta Here

    Five African American youth struggle to beat the odds as they navigate their way out of the foster care system in Los Angeles.

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  • E.T. Contact: They are Here


    ET CONTACT: THEY ARE HERE documents the jaw-dropping stories of individuals from around the world who share similar accounts of extraterrestrial and otherworldly encounters. Producer and host Caroline Cory, who has her own extensive history with the supernatural, takes the viewers on an extraordi...

  • I Am Arbesu


    In 1962 a Cuban ambassador, his wife and three young daughters sought political asylum in Canada. Eleven years in the making, "I AM ARBESU" by filmmaker Christiane Arbesu takes the viewer on an unprecedented journey. In true cinema verite style, we see the reunion of a family through the eyes of...

  • Rocking the Couch


    Hollywood titans, Harvey Weinstein & Bill Cosby, have been brought to their knees by the #MeToo movement. The term casting couch has existed for decades in Hollywood, but in 1992, a case against talent agent, Wallace Kaye, was brought to court by 12 unknown actresses, who braved the loss of their...

  • Room for Her


    Two middle-aged women share their experiences with living with mental health issues and poverty in Toronto, and the community arts group that gave them hope.

  • In Peace We Trust


    In Peace We Trust is an inspiring half-hour documentary exploring the philosophy and work of the Meta Peace Team (MPT). For over 25 years, MPT has offered an alternative to militarism and demonstrated empowered peacemaking by training thousands of people in violence de-escalation skills and placi...

  • The Mountain Farm Museum in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park


    A 27 minute documentary about the Mountain Farm Museum, located at the Oconaluftee Visitor Center in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, that gives visitors a sense of how families lived in the early days before the national park.

  • Living in the Future's Past


    Jeff Bridges shares the screen with scientists and profound thinkers going beyond politics and borders to look under the hood of humanity, revealing eye-opening concepts about ourselves and our past, providing the keys to a better future.

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  • The Color of Medicine


    Homer G. Phillips Hospital provided state-of-the-art medical training to African-American physicians and nurses during the most turbulent of segregated times paving way for people of color to achieve greatness for the benefit of humankind.

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