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Directed by Mel Stuart

The legendary Memphis record label Stax produced a benefit concert in 1972 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum for the

We Are Still Here

Directed by Megan Metz

From Reel Youth, YouthCO. Strong, young indigenous voices say "we are still here," despite the abuse and loss their people

We Are Twisted F***ing Sister!

Directed by Andrew Horn

When Twisted Sister got their big break in 1983, they became one of the biggest glam rock bands of the

We Can’t Go Home Again

Directed by Nicholas Ray

In 1971, Ray, at the invitation of experimental filmmakers Larry Gottheim and Ken Jacobs, took a teaching post at SUNY

We Come As Friends

Directed by Hubert Sauper

Best known for Darwin's Nightmare, a riveting investigation into the decimation of tribal culture by Western farm-fishing in Tanzania’s Lake

We Grew Wings

Directed by Erich Lyttle, Sarah Henderson

VISITING ARTISTS—While the celebrated University of Oregon men’s track and field team dominated the spotlight, the women’s track program in

We Know Where We Came From


A telling of a creation story by Charlotte Celiast Basch, a member of the Clatsop-Nehalem confederated tribe located along the

Welcome to the Circus

Directed by Courtney Coulson

Set in the West Bank city of Ramallah, The Palestinian Circus School welcomes The Lido, a visiting circus school from

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Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe

Directed by Les Blank

Herzog fulfills a promise to filmmaker Errol Morris upon the completion of Morris’s first film, GATES OF HEAVEN (screening August

When the Mountains Tremble

Directed by Pamela Yates

When the Mountains Tremble remains a compelling testimony to the struggle of the largely Mayan Indian population in . In

When Two Worlds Collide

Directed by Heidi Brandenburg, Mathew Orzel

Brandenburg and Orzel’s stirring film takes us to the heart of a tense and controversial battle between Peruvian leaders invested

Where Are You, João Gilberto?

Directed by Georges Gachot

In the mid 2000s, German writer Marc Fischer traveled to Rio De Janeiro in search of the legendarily reclusive and