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Dancing Over Borders

Directed by Various

BodyVox co-artistic director Jamey Hampton has curated a collection of recent films that combine fresh emerging voices with seasoned artists

Dark Money

Directed by Kimberly Reed

As is widely known at this post-Citizens United stage of democracy in the United States, big, untraceable money plays a

Dawson City: Frozen Time

Directed by Bill Morrison

Like his elegant Decasia (2002) and The Great Flood (2012), Dawson City is a hypnotic mashup of narrative cinema filtered

Depeche Mode: 101

Directed by David Dawkins, Chris Hegedus, D.A. Pennebaker

The Saturday, February 9 @ 7:00pm screening of Depeche Mode will go on as scheduled. We are keeping an eye

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Diamond Box

Directed by Rodrigo Valenzuela

Valenzuela lived three years without documentation and hired day laborers from the parking lots he used to haunt for this

Did You Wonder Who Fired the Gun?

Directed by Travis Wilkerson

“An audacious meditation on conscience and responsibility, on race in the American South, as well as a highly personal exhumation

Differently, Molussia

Directed by Nicolas Rey

We welcome Parisian filmmaker Nicolas Rey for the first of two nights of extraordinary cinematic experiences. DIFFERENTLY, MOLUSSIA is an

Distant Constellation

Directed by Shevaun Mizrahi

Mizrahi’s debut feature is a compelling, sensitive portrait of an Istanbul retirement community, filled with misfits, as a sleek office/residential

Do Not Resist

Directed by Craig Atkinson

Winner of the Best Documentary award at the Tribeca Film Festival, Do Not Resist starts on the streets of Ferguson,

Documenting J20; On the Streets of DC

Directed by Georg Koszulinski

On January 20, 2017, protesters took to the streets of Washington, DC to disrupt the inauguration of President Donald J.

Dolores

Directed by Peter Bratt

The dynamic speaker Cesar Chavez first comes to mind when considering the decades of work of the United Farmworkers Union

Don’t Blink: Robert Frank

Directed by Laura Israel

“The life and work of Robert Frank—as a photographer and a filmmaker—are so intertwined that they’re one in the same,