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Brothers Hypnotic

Directed by Reuben Atlas

For the eight young men in the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, “brotherhood” is literal: they’re all sons of anti-establishment jazz legend

Buena Vista Social Club

Directed by Wim Wenders

In 1998, Wenders embarked on a trip to Havana with his old friend and collaborator Ry Cooder, who wanted to

Buena Vista Social Club: Adios

Directed by Lucy Walker

Wim Wenders’s Buena Vista Social Club (1999) introduced a wide new audience to the marvels of son cubano musicians and

Burden of Dreams

Directed by Les Blank, Maureen Gosling

Werner Herzog spent four years in the jungles of Peru making FITZCARRALDO, the chronicle of a mad Irish dreamer who

Burroughs: The Movie

Directed by Howard Brookner

Brookner’s feature debut—which began as his senior thesis film at NYU with friends Jim Jarmusch and Tom DiCillo—is a devout,

Burton Before and After

Directed by Courtney Herman

Fifteen years after Burton’s gender-affirming transition, his longtime friend Courtney invites him over to re-visit some forgotten old footage.

Caesar Must Die

Directed by Vittorio Taviani, Paolo Taviani

Situated somewhere between the realms of documentary and drama, Caesar Must Die toys endlessly with the conventions of its genre,

Cairo Drive

Directed by Sherief Elkatsha

Cairo, Egypt. 20 million people. 23,600 miles of road. Two million cars. Taxis, buses, donkey carts, and swarms of people,

Cakes Da Killa: No Homo

Directed by Ja'Tovia Gary

“Cakes Da Killa: No Homo is an electrifying portrait of a young artist determined to live life on his own

Canadian Pacific

Directed by David Rimmer

A stationary journey (and everything that follows). Rimmer’s classic film, a Festival winner from the past, seems a fitting way

Canned Fit

Directed by Woodruff Laputka

Sound artist Christine Shorkhuber uses an array of “non-traditional” instruments to create minimalist melodies meant to bring us a little

Cardboard

Directed by Matt Longmire

VISITING ARTIST—Encountering panhandlers with their rumpled cardboard signs asking for help is an everyday occurrence in Seattle. Many are veterans,