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Theory of Obscurity: A Film About the Residents

Directed by Don Hardy

The avant-garde music and multimedia collective known as The Residents has never revealed the identity of its members, who always

There Goes The Neighborhood

Directed by Dan Evans

The visual experience of gentrification fit into a 3-minute time-lapse.

Thin Ice: A Polar Bear’s Plight

Directed by Dave Killen, the Oregonian/OregonLive

Be prepared to fall in love with Nora the polar bear. The 2-year-old bear has overcome incredible odds. Abandoned by

This Ain’t No Mouse Music!

Directed by Chris Simon, Maureen Gosling

VISITING ARTISTS—As a teenager in 1947, Chris Strachwitz migrated from Germany to the United States, where he saw a film

This is Cinerama

Directed by Merian C. Cooper

Cinerama, introduced to the film-going public in 1952, was a key technology in the mid-50’s rush to innovate on the

This May Be the Last Time

Directed by Sterlin Harjo

Who knew that the Muscogee Creek and Seminole nations developed their own traditional hymns akin to Negro spirituals? In the

This Mountain Life

Directed by Grant Baldwin

British Columbia is a province in which 75% of its geographical landscape is made up of large mountains. While many

Thru You Princess

Directed by Ido Haar

The Israeli musician and artist Kutiman rose to fame with his “Thru You” project, which mashes up samples from You

Tidal Cruiser

Directed by Brendan Hickey

An eccentric spokesman sells you the skateboard of your dreams. From filmmaker Brendan Hickey: I had wanted to do some sort

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Tikinagan

Directed by Gil Cardinal

In Northwestern Ontario, Tikinagan Child Services works to support First Nations children and overcome the legacy of mistrust caused by

Tim’s Vermeer

Directed by Teller

In 2001, in his book Secret Knowledge, artist David Hockney argued that some classical painters—Johannes Vermeer (“Girl with the Pearl Earring”)

Titicut Folllies

Directed by Frederick Wiseman

"Frederick Wiseman burst onto the scene in 1967 with what remains his most controversial film, a detached yet rigorous examination