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Backbone: Early Vancouver Experimental Cinema, 1967-1981

Directed by Richard Martin

From the mid-1960s through the 1970s, Vancouver, BC, was an international hub for experimental film and the source of an

Baghdad to Boise

Directed by Erin Westfall

Saeed worked with the U.S. military for years in his home country of Iraq. When things became too dangerous for

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Baling Baling

Directed by Lawrence Johnson

In rice fields of the Indonesian island of Bali, farmers keep the birds away with rhythmic noisemakers, plastic bags, and

Balletlujah

Directed by Grant Harvey

Produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Balletlujah celebrates the music of one of Canada's--and now Portland's--most iconic artists, k.d. lang,

Bang! The Bert Berns Story

Directed by Bob Sarles

Though he died at age 37, Bert Berns managed to become one of the most important songwriters of the 1960s.

Bard in the Backcountry

Directed by Cindy Stillwell, Tom Watson

Bard in the Backcountry chronicles a summer season of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks, a professional traveling theater company based

Barzan

Directed by Alex Stonehill

To neighbors, Sam “Barzan” Malkandi was the model immigrant and perfect, hard-working family man. To investigators, Malkandi was a cold-blooded

Bauhaus Spirit: 100 Years of Bauhaus

Directed by Niels Bolbrinker, Thomas Tielsch

The Bauhaus, a legendary and revolutionary Weimar-era design school founded by architect Walter Gropius in 1919, has been the source

Bayou Maharajah

Directed by Lily Keber

The Ivory Emperor, the Black Liberace, Lil Booker, Little Chopin in Living Color...James Carroll Booker III. BAYOU MAHARAJAH explores the

Beautiful Noise

Directed by Eric Green

"Although it's one of the most radical and influential movements in contemporary music, having given birth to some of the

Beauty & The Sea

Directed by Ivy Lin

Sensitively filmed and edited, this portrayal follows an elderly woman and her daily wanderings, from getting a haircut to buying

Beauty is Embarrassing

Directed by Neil Berkeley

You may not know painter-cartoonist-puppeteer-filmmaker Wayne White by name, but you know his work. A guiding force behind Pee-Wee's Playhouse,