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Boone

Directed by Christopher LaMarca

Shot in a verité style, Boone follows three farmers as they experience the hardships and inherent beauties of life on

Born in Chicago

Directed by John Anderson

BORN IN CHICAGO chronicles a uniquely musical passing of the torch as it tells two interlocking stories. First, how white,

Breadcrumb Trail

Directed by Lance Bangs

Even those who haven’t heard Slint have heard Slint. Not only did the band’s members go on to perform with

Break from the Herd

Directed by Monica Murray, Chris Holmes

“Local food production is the future of farming. As far as I’m concerned, the industrialization of our food production system

Breathing Earth

Directed by Thomas Riedelsheimer

Riedelsheimer’s (Rivers and Tides) subject is Japanese sculptor Susumu Shingu, who pays tribute to nature with hypnotic and playful kinetic

Brimstone & Glory

Directed by Viktor Jakovleski

Every year, residents of the Mexican city of Tultepec – “the fireworks capital of the world”—hold a pair of events

Bring Them Home

Directed by Daniel Glick

An intimate look at the only indigenous tribal-led buffalo drive in North America.

Broken

Directed by Lynne Spencer

“This is the extraordinarily intimate portrait of Simone Orlando, Ballet BC's lead dancer for twelve years. During rehearsals for a

Brothers Hypnotic

Directed by Reuben Atlas

For the eight young men in the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, “brotherhood” is literal: they’re all sons of anti-establishment jazz legend

Buena Vista Social Club

Directed by Wim Wenders

In 1998, Wenders embarked on a trip to Havana with his old friend and collaborator Ry Cooder, who wanted to

Buena Vista Social Club: Adios

Directed by Lucy Walker

Wim Wenders’s Buena Vista Social Club (1999) introduced a wide new audience to the marvels of son cubano musicians and

Burden of Dreams

Directed by Les Blank, Maureen Gosling

Werner Herzog spent four years in the jungles of Peru making FITZCARRALDO, the chronicle of a mad Irish dreamer who