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(Almost) Freedom

A day in the life of four electronic monitoring devices.

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Adrift

Adrift, a short documentary, follows the story of astronaut Piers Sellers who accidentally dropped his spatula in space in 2006. His spatula became a deadly piece of space junk, travelling at 17,000 miles per second. 

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The Afghan Bruce Lee

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All the Presidents' Heads

A short documentary about the rise and fall of Presidents Park, and one man's quest to bring the giant presidential busts back into the public eye.

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ANDRE THE ANTI GIANT

A 3-foot-something actor/comedian/disability advocate strives to retake the stage following a life-endangering diagnosis.

 

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Arrested (Again)

Activist Karen Topakian has been arrested dozens of times for using nonviolent civil disobedience to protest nuclear proliferation, human rights abuses, environmental issues, and war. What drives her to repeatedly put her body on the line?

In turn lighthearted and moving, Karen's story speaks to the need for Americans, now more than ever, to exercise this important First Amendment right.

Karen is the Chair of the Board of Directors of Greenpeace, Inc. She began protesting in New York City

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Bells in the Mountains

 

Two hundred cows from the town of Ulle make the three-day journey up the foothills of the Spanish Pyrenees mountains at the start of the summer.

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Bisonhead

A family of Ponderai Native Americans embark on a controversial journey through Yellowstone to exercise their treaty hunting rights - glimpsing into the continued marginalization of indigenous life in the American West, and challenging our expectations of what it means to assert a tribal heritage in the modern world.

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Bizarro Video. Shop 63

The final days of the mythical rental house 'Mondo Macabro', located in Corrientes Avenue in the heart of Buenos Aires. Specialized in Authors and bizarro films Mondo Macabro was during 20 years a symbol of the under culture in Buenos Aires.

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Boomtown

The Washington Post called Battle Mountain, Nevada the "armpit of America." So what would inspire a San Francisco attorney and a New York electrical engineer, to abandon comfortable lives for such a locale? An inextinguishable passion for consumer fireworks. Meet Steven and Earl Cassorla. Friends and family may have questioned their sanity, but never their spirit. Add a one-horse town with an abandoned Subway franchise, an open-minded city council, endless Interstate 80 traffic and you've got a recipe for the American Dream-come-true. Today the store and the brothers entertain and serve countless customers from around the world and from every walk of life, all fueled by a love of family, friends, freedom, and anything with a fuse. Despite a dizzying selection of items, they’re in "the memory business." And business is booming.

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Boujeloud: Father of Skins

The Master Musicians of Joujouka; (Sufi trance musicins or a "4 thousand year old rock and roll band" ?) were brought to the attention of westerners by Beat Generation luminaries William Burroughs, Paul Bowles & Brion Gysin. Filmed in 2008 over three days in the Rif Mountains of Morocco where the Master Musicians of Joujouka perform the Rite of Boujeloud and celebrate the 60th anniversary of the 1968 recording of the album Brian Jones Presents the Pipes of Pan at Joujouka.

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Bump & Spike

The spectacular rise and fall of the International Professional Volleyball Association, which existed between 1975–1980 complete with "party lifestyle," rocking arena matches and stars on the court and in the stands, is chronicled in this Michael Jacobs-directed film.

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Connection

In Cuba, Internet connection has been sporadic, at best, for the past 2 decades, but now, a WiFi hot spot on 23 Street in downtown Havana is where everybody goes to get closer to their loved ones scattered around the world. Families getting together through a video call, young people making business connections, and grandparents seeing their grandchildren for the first time, on line. Cuba is changing... as an umbilical chord just about being cut.

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Dirty Roses

'Dirty Roses' is a humanitarian docudrama and deals with the power of the soul of the disabled persons and individuals or families who came from the Arab world in Greece as war or economic or political refugees. 

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The Duel

A sixteen-year-old girl must save her younger brother from the dangerous reality of their father's sudden mental breakdown.

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Election Night

A crowd gathers until the early morning at a boozy London pub to watch the US presidential election. As dawn breaks, emotions escalate and the evening takes a turn for the worse.

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Every Ghost Has An Orchestra

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EXILED

EXILED tells the stories of two deported US military veterans living in Tijuana.  Stuck in Mexico, Army combat veteran Mauricio Hernandez struggles to find adequate treatment for his severe PTSD, while former paratrooper Hector Barajas fights to reunite with his daughter in LA, and raise awareness about deported veterans.

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