Films

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18 Days in Egypt

An interactive documentary project that uses video, photos, & other personal media created by Egyptians to tell the story of the revolution.

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Bad Weather

A tiny island in the Bay of Bengal is notable for 2 reasons: it is sinking into the sea, and is populated almost entirely by sex workers.

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Bay of All Saints

An intimate portrait of the last of the water slums in Salvador, Brazil, facing demolition in the name of environmental conservation.

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Bury the Hatchet

Three Mardi Gras Indians in New Orleans offer a window onto a vibrant segment of the city’s African American community.

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Buzkashi!

The rivalries and political intrigues of Tajikistan’s polo-like favorite sport open an intriguing window on this former Soviet republic.

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Children of Srikandi

This first film by and about queer Indonesian women features eight poetic shorts interwoven with the story of Srikandi of the Mahabharata.

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George Stoney Tribute: How the Myth Was Made

Our tribute to the beloved documentarian and educator George Stoney, who passed away earlier this year, engenders a lively discussion about truth, fiction, and the impact of documentary filmmaking on its subjects. 

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Grab

A captivating look at the tradition of Grab Day, a community-wide prayer of abundance, thanks, and renewal among Laguna Pueblo Indians.

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Himself He Cooks

The stunning visuals of the preparation of 50,000 free meals a day served in the Golden Temple in Amritsar offer insights into the meaning of charity and philanthropy.

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