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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,

Carrying the Light

Directed by Guy Natanel

A London rabbi makes a spiritual journey on foot from the Frankfurt Synagogue in Germany, where his father was the

Cartoonists: Foot Soldiers of Democracy?

Directed by Stéphanie Valloatto

Traveling five continents, Valloatto profiles a dozen men and women whose job, obligation, and clear source of joy is to

Carvalho’s Journey

Directed by Steve Rivo

Steve Rivo’s fascinating 19th-century adventure story documents the extraordinary career of Solomon Nunes Carvalho (1815–1897) and his life as a

Censored Voices

Directed by Mor Loushy

The Six-Day War in 1967 ended with a stunning victory for Israeli military forces against neighboring countries Egypt, Syria, and

Charles Lloyd: Arrows Into Infinity

Directed by Dorothy Darr, Jefferey Morse

Charles Lloyd became one of the most popular and influential jazz musicians of the 1960s when his album “Forest Flower”

Charles Mingus: Triumph of the Underdog

Directed by Don McGlynn

“I am Charles Mingus, half black man, half yellow man. . . I play jazz, I am a Negro,” declares

Charlie “Bird” Parker, 1920-1955

Directed by Jan Horne

Produced by the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation, Jan Horne’s four-part film on the life of jazz saxophonist Charlie Parker is the

Charlie Haden: Rambling Boy

Directed by Reto Caduff

Music legends don’t come any more unassuming than Charlie Haden. Courtesy of Reto Caduff’s charming documentary, we discover that the

Charlie Vs. Goliath

Directed by Reed Lindsay

In 2014, 75-year-old Charlie Hardy, a retired Catholic priest, returned to his hometown of Cheyenne, Wyoming, to discover shocking poverty