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(T)ERROR

Directed by Lyric C. Cabral, David Felix Sutcliffe

Saeed “Shariff” Torres is a 63-year-old former Black Panther-turned-counterterrorism informant for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. (T)ERROR interweaves Shariff’s fascinating

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$500 of Party

Directed by Nandan Rao

Rao offers $500 he won in a grant to whomever sends him the most compelling video explaining how they would

101 Seconds

Directed by Skye Fitzgerald

On December 11th, 2012, a shooter entered Clackamas Town Center Mall near Portland and opened fire with an STAG-15 assault-style

12 Days

Directed by Raymond Depardon

In France over 90,000 people a year are placed under psychiatric care without their consent. These people must appear before

1850 LBS

Directed by Pete Gibson, Jin Ryu

Portrait of 23 year old Jessie Marvin, who is attempting to become one of the strongest men in the world.

20,000 Days on Earth

Directed by Ian Forsyth, Jane Pollard

An inventive ode to creativity, 20,000 Days on Earth fuses drama and reality by weaving the journey of a fictional

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24 Frames

Directed by Abbas Kiarostami

Three years in the making and Kiarostami’s final film before his death in 2016, each segment in 24 Frames offers

4th of Ohio

Directed by Emily Wahl

An observational eye is turned on a rural 95-year-old, his multi-generational family, and the public celebrations surrounding them on the

50 Feet from Syria

Directed by Skye Fitzgerald

Syria. The word likely resonates for many of us who are following the tragic situation there. But what if it

500 Years

Directed by Pamela Yates

Completing her epic trilogy about Guatemala, which launched with When the Mountains Tremble (1983), a film that contributed to the

78/52

Directed by Alexandre O. Philippe

After six decades, Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) remains one of the touchstones of world cinema and its shower scene remains

78RPM

Directed by Joel Schlemowitz

Rather than an ethnographic documentation of obsessive record collectors in their basements, Schlemowitz’s film is a fond paean to an