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The Settlers

Directed by Shimon Dotan

The Settlers traces the history of Israeli settlements in the West Bank since the 1967 Six-Day War. While government leaders

The Sion Sono

Directed by Arata Oshima

Sion Sono is one of Japan’s most daring and prolific filmmakers, having directed 14 feature films since 2010 alone after

THE SKY TREMBLES AND THE EARTH IS AFRAID AND THE TWO EYES ARE NOT BROTHERS

Directed by Ben Rivers

“A labyrinthine and epic film that moves between documentary, fantasy, and fable, shot against the staggering beauty of the Moroccan

The song of Styrene

Directed by Alain Resnais

Written by acclaimed essayist Raymond Queneau, THE SONG OF STYRENE, commissioned by French plastics giant Péchiney, is ostensibly an investigation

The Store

Directed by Frederick Wiseman

In this fly-on-the-wall examination of the surrealism of the everyday, Wiseman points his camera at the flagship luxury department store

The Sturgeon Queens

Directed by Julie Cohen

The Sturgeon Queens visits the four generations who built Russ and Daughters, the Lower East Side New York lox and herring

The Thanhouser Studio and the Birth of American Cinema

Directed by Ned Thanhouser

The Thanhouser Company was a trailblazing studio based in New Rochelle, New York, where from 1910 to 1917 it released

The Thoughts That Once We Had

Directed by The Thoughts That Once We Had

Renowned California Institute of the Arts film professor Thom Andersen—whose previous essay films include the acclaimed LOS ANGELES PLAYS ITSELF

The Times of Harvey Milk

Directed by Rob Epstein

Epstein’s landmark portrait of Harvey Milk (1930-1978), the first openly gay public-office-holder in United States history, retains its original power

The Trials of Spring

Directed by Gini Reticker

Three courageous women in post-2011 Egypt fight for the original goals of the Arab Spring: “Bread, Freedom, and Social Justice”

The Undocumented

Directed by Marco Williams

THE UNDOCUMENTED tells the story of Marcos Hernandez, an undocumented Mexican living and working in Chicago. Marcos came to the

The Way We Talk

Directed by Michael Turner

Michael Turner (The Life of Vesper Geer), winner of the 2015 Oregon Media Arts Fellowship, struggles with one of medical