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Peace in the Valley

Directed by Michael Palmieri, Donal Mosher

In Eureka Springs, Arkansas the vote on LGBT civil rights meets the town's religious tourism boosters.

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

The Atom Station

Directed by Nick Jordan

Iceland's dramatic and volatile landscape - natural and manmade - through the eyes of poet W.H. Auden and environmental activist

Art and Craft

Directed by Sam Cullman, Jennifer Grausman, Mark Becker

Mark Landis, an unassuming yet prolific art forger with formidable technical skills, has been donating forged works—spanning six centuries and

Los Sures

Los Sures

Directed by Diego Echeverria

Comprised of predominantly working-class Puerto Rican and Dominican residents, Los Sures in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, was in the early 1980s

Notfilm

Directed by Ross Lipman

Lipman, longtime film restorationist at the UCLA Film & Television Archive and film essayist, dives into the production of Samuel

A.K.

Directed by Chris Marker

Marker’s (La Jetee, Sans Soleil) hyper-observational style is on full display in A.K. as he skirts around Akira Kurosawa’s legendary,

Strange Victory

Directed by Leo Hurwitz

Hurwitz, while known best for his Emmy- and Peabody-award-winning film covering the 1962 Adolf Eichmann war crimes trial as well

Media • Exploration • Emergence !Women Art Revolution

Directed by Lynn Hershmann-Leeson

In the 1960s, women artists formed Women Artists in Revolution (WAR), a coalition to cope with exclusion from museum exhibitions,

American Epic

Directed by Bernard MacMahon

Presented by Robert Redford, T Bone Burnett and Jack White, and produced for the BBC’s Arena and PBS, MacMahon and

Magicarena

Directed by Niccolo Bruna, Andrea Prandstraller

“Built 2,000 years ago, the majestic Verona amphitheater—the biggest opera venue in the world—is, indeed, a ‘magic arena.’ Prandstraller and

Cool Cats

Directed by Janus Køster-Rasmussen

In the 1960s, many American jazz greats traveled--and often permanently relocated--to Europe. Seeking to escape from systemic American police violence,