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(T)ERROR

Directed by Lyric C. Cabral, David Felix Sutcliffe

Saeed “Shariff” Torres is a 63-year-old former Black Panther-turned-counterterrorism informant for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. (T)ERROR interweaves Shariff’s fascinating

A Good American

Directed by Friedrich Moser

The explosion of information in the digital age left government agencies like the NSA struggling with bureaucracy and technology to

A River Between Us

Directed by Jeff Martin

A three-term State Senator, Jason Atkinson took a sabbatical from politics in 2012 to produce this film about the decades-old

Arresting Power: Resisting Police Violence in Portland, Oregon

Directed by Jodi Darby, Julie Perini, Erin Yanke

Media artists and social activists Jodi Darby, Julie Perini, and Erin Yanke’s film speaks to the history of police violence

Before the Revolution

Directed by Dan Shadur

At one time, Israel and Iran had a mutually prosperous political and economic relationship. Israelis living in Tehran enjoyed great

Big Men

Directed by Rachel Boynton

A cautionary tale about the toll of American oil investment in West Africa, Big Men reveals the secretive worlds of

Cartoonists: Foot Soldiers of Democracy?

Directed by Stéphanie Valloatto

Traveling five continents, Valloatto profiles a dozen men and women whose job, obligation, and clear source of joy is to

Closed Curtain

Directed by Jafar Panahi, Kambuzia Partovi

Still banned from making films for 20 years, celebrated Iranian director Jafar Panahi defied Islamic authorities to make this daring

Iraqi Odyssey

Directed by Samir

Bombs, war, angry bearded men, shrouded sobbing women, shattered cities: Iraq, as seen through the eyes of the Western media

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One Night in Florida

Directed by Tess Martin

Martin illustrates President Obama’s speech reacting to the case involving George Zimmerman shooting an unarmed black teenager in 2012.

People in Places

Directed by Juan Cavestany

To uncover the strange in the ordinary, the unsettling in the everyday: this is the mark of imaginative wizardry that

Putney Swope

Directed by Robert Downey, Sr.

Downey, Sr., always the incisive provocateur, here fabricates a kind of fable in which the chairman of the board of