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Tomorrow Never Knows

Directed by Adam Sekuler

In Sekuler’s powerful and intimate film, Shar and partner Cynthia face a difficult decision after Shar is diagnosed with early-onset

Tongues Untied!

Directed by Marlon T. Riggs

To this day, probably the most important film on Black gay life in the US is Marlon Riggs’ Tongues Untied!,

Tori Phillips: When We Change Our Views

Directed by Ezra Avdeyev

From Reel Youth, Out on Screen, Love Intersections. Tori is a loving, accepting, welcoming Christian who works hard to heal the

Tosca’s Kiss

Directed by Daniel Schmid

Giuseppe Verdi called it his “finest work”: the world’s first home for retired opera musicians. Standing in Milan since 1896,

Trapped

Directed by Long Tran

A perky and witty portrait of an early teen who grew up in Hong Kong and has embarked upon an

Trash Dance

Directed by Andrew Garrison

Sometimes inspiration is found in unexpected places. Choreographer Allison Orr sees beauty and grace in garbage trucks and in the

Trouble No More

Directed by Jennifer Lebeau

Trouble No More showcases Bob Dylan’s creative and spiritual mindset during his “born again” gospel era, which generated three of

Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art

Directed by James Crump

As part of the 1960s/1970s rebellion against materialistic values sweeping American culture, a cadre of artists sought to create a

Trudell

Directed by Heather Rae

Freely experimenting with documentary form, Heather Rae’s (Cherokee) film about American Indian activist and poet John Trudell, a Santee Sioux

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True Story

Directed by Robert Frank

Speaking in voiceover, Frank narrates scenes shot in his homes in New York and Nova Scotia. His rambling commentary returns

Two Roads

Directed by Troy Moth, Josh Lambert

The rich culture of the Anishinaabe, still vital despite a history of genocide and marginalization, comes alive through the fluid

Two Trains Runnin’

Directed by Sam Pollard

In June, 1964, college students from throughout the country, impassioned by the civil rights movement, traveled to Mississippi in what