Tag Archives: documentary

Jim: The James Foley Story

“He saw the light instead of the dark.” – From the film.

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The White Helmets

“Better to rescue a soul than to take one.” – Mohammed Farah

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“The Bureau of Justice reported that one in three young black males is expected to go to jail or prison during his lifetime, which is an unbelievably shocking statistic.” – Bryan Stevenson

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Life, Animated

The touching story of Owen Suskind and the films that unlocked his mind.

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Winter on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight For Freedom

“Do something. Do something for the revolution.” – Anonymous Protester

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So Much So Fast

A powerful look at the race for a cure to ALS.

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Blackfish (2013) Directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite Tilikum is one of the prized possessions of the entertainment company SeaWorld. Tilikum has also been responsible for three deaths and several other injuries to the people working with him. His dangerous behavior has not deterred SeaWorld from continuing to work with these beautiful and powerful creatures. This is […]

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Photographic Memory

A trip down memory lane with Ross McElwee.

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