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  • Burma VJ: Reporting from a Closed Country (2008)


    1h 37m

    7.9 IMDB

    Using smuggled footage, this documentary tells the story of the 2007 protests in Burma by thousands of monks.
  • SlingShot (2014)

    SlingShot focuses on noted Segway inventor Dean Kamen and his work to solve the world's water crisis. An eccentric genius with a provocative world view, Kamen is an inspiration for future scientists. His inventions help people in need and ease suffering. SlingShot is about an indomitable man who just might have enough passion and innovative thinking to create a solution for a crisis affecting billions. Kamen lives in a house with secret passages, a closet full of denim and a helicopter garage. His latest passion: the SlingShot water purification system created to obliterate half of human illness on the planet. Kamen reminisces about improving home dialysis technology and choosing to forgo parenthood while lamenting he has only one lifetime for inventing. SlingShot is both an inspirational character study and a look at Kamen's vapor compression distiller from its earliest development through recent trials in rural Ghana and beyond.
  • City 40 (2016)


    1h 37m

    6.5 IMDB

    Cast:  Mikhail Gorbachev, Vladimir Putin
    Deep in Russia, there is an invisible city that houses thousands of men, women and children who live and work behind double barbed-wire fences monitored by armed guards. They are told that they are the creators of the nuclear shield and saviors of the world. They are told that everyone is an enemy. In this hidden world, a mother risks her life to take us inside Russia's largest nuclear city.
  • Evidence of Harm (2015)

    Cast:  Tom Kane
    Evidence of Harm follows the lives of three health advocates as they struggle to inform the federal government and public that large amounts of toxic mercury vapors are released from "silver" amalgam dental fillings during routine dental procedures. The film presents a haunting portrait of a dental industry all too willing to turn a blind eye to science while placing profits and politics ahead of dental patient's health.
  • The Case Against 8 (2014)

    Cast:  Rob Reiner, Dustin Lance Black
    After the California Supreme Court ruled in May 2008 that same-sex couples could marry, a proposition was put to voters to amend the state constitution to define marriage as being between a man and a woman. After that proposition was passed a group decided to challenge the constitutionality of the amendment. This documentary follows the efforts of the plaintiffs and lawyers over four years as the case winds its way through the courts.
  • Two Catalonias (2018)


    1h 37m

    6.4 IMDB

    A documentary that tackles the ideological conflicts surrounding the December 21 election in the country, to the push for sovereignty and subsequent parliamentary declaration of independence and the aftermath.
  • Psychedelia (2021)


    1h 37m

    7.2 IMDB

    'Psychedelia' is an hour-long documentary film about psychedelic drugs and their ability to induce mystical, or religious experiences. The film explores this relationship by chronicling their use in controlled research studies prior to the cultural upheaval of the 1960s, at a time when LSD was regarded as one of the most promising discoveries in the field of psychiatry.
  • The 74th Primetime Emmy Awards (2022)


    1h 37m

    5.4 IMDB

    Cast:  Sydney Sweeney, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Markella Kavenagh, Zendaya
    Host Kenan Thompson welcomes guests and nominees to the 74th annual awards show that honors the best in American TV across a wide array of categories; "Succession (2018)" leads the way 25 nominations, followed by "Ted Lasso (2020)."
  • The Cult of JT LeRoy (2014)

    Cast:  Asia Argento
    The Cult of JT Leroy directed by Marjorie Sturm pierces the heart of this (both figurative and literal) cause celebre. Her film explores the fact and fiction surrounding the rise and fall of JT Leroy, those caught in the elaborate web of artifice and the ultimate real world consequences.
  • Broken on All Sides: Race, Mass Incarceration and New Visions for Criminal Justice in the U.S. (2012)


    1h 37m

    5.2 IMDB

    The project began as a way to explore, educate about, and advocate change around the overcrowding in the Philadelphia jail system. It has come to focus on mass incarceration across the nation and the intersection of race, poverty, and the criminal justice and penal systems. The documentary centers around Michelle Alexander's theory in her book, The New Jim Crow: since the rise of the drug war and explosion of prison populations, because discretion within the system allows for prosecution of people of color at disproportionately high rates, mass incarceration is a new version of Jim Crow. The movie also dissects the War on Drugs and 'tough on crime' movement, and offers possible reforms and solutions to ending mass incarceration and this new racial caste system.—Anonymous
  • Four Games in Fall (2020)


    1h 37m

    7.1 IMDB

    Interviews with leading scientists, journalists, and legal scholars demonstrate how the Deflategate scandal was perpetrated in the face of evidence that the scheme to deflate footballs never took place. The film draws parallels between the Deflategate scandal and the tactics used to manipulate public opinion and subvert science in important issues impacting all citizens.
  • Restrepo (2010)

    Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington's year dug in with the Second Platoon in one of Afghanistan's most strategically crucial valleys reveals extraordinary insight into the surreal combination of back breaking labor, deadly firefights, and camaraderie as the soldiers painfully push back the Taliban.
  • I Will Be Murdered (2013)

    Rodrigo Rosenberg, a well-to-do lawyer from Guatemala's elite, went out cycling one Sunday morning and was found dead hours later, shot to death by hit men. Days before he had recorded a video foretelling his own murder at the hands of the country's president, a film that quickly went viral and led to a national crisis. "Guatemalans, now is the time," had said Rosenberg in the recording, rallying massive demonstrations and protests in favor of justice and against then president Álvaro Colom even after his funeral. With streets and squares filled with banners calling for his resignation, Colom called in help from the UN-formed commission against impunity, the CICIG, and high-profile Spanish attorney Carlos Castresana. The investigation of the Rosenberg case proved a complicated affair in one of the most violent places in the world, where drive-by shootings, kidnappings, and impunity have been the norm, unremitting shock waves following the bloody civil war that ravaged Guatemala 13 years ago. What ensued was a tense year-long search for justice, a sinuous journey into the miry underworld of conspiracy and corruption, a surprising love story, and the depths of Rosenberg's soul. 'I Will Be Murdered' delivers an intensely intimate portrait of a flawed, disturbed hero whose pursuit of truth led to a shocking turn of events.
  • No Safe Spaces (2019)


    1h 37m

    7.3 IMDB

    Cast:  Tim Allen, Bryan Callen, Ben Shapiro, Candace Owens
    No Safe Spaces contends that identity politics and the suppression of free speech are spreading into every part of society and threatening to divide America.
  • Banking on Bitcoin (2016)


    1h 37m

    6.6 IMDB

    Cast:  Alex Winter
    Not since the invention of the Internet has there been such a disruptive technology as Bitcoin. Bitcoin's early pioneers sought to blur the lines of sovereignty and the financial status quo. After years of underground development Bitcoin grabbed the attention of a curious public, and the ire of the regulators the technology had subverted. After landmark arrests of prominent cyber criminals Bitcoin faces its most severe adversary yet, the very banks it was built to destroy.