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Programs and Events Allan Baldwin: In Frame This loving examination of the photographer-turned-historian Allan Baldwin’s extraordinary work on traditional Maori tattoos is part... Programs and Events Alto do Minho SOLD OUT - The rich cultural heritage of this mountainous region of Northern Portugal comes to life through a vibrant montage of... Programs and Events And Who Taught You to Drive? Three people’s humorous attempts to get foreign drivers licenses create a sly, warmhearted exploration of cultural difference and... Programs and Events As Time Goes By in Shanghai As Time Goes By in Shanghai captures a city and a country in flux through the eyes of these musicians, presenting unique insight... Programs and Events The Barrel (El Galón) Venezuela’s oil industry takes 832,000 barrels per day from Maracaibo Lake; and 13-year-old Luis just wants a used one so he can... Programs and Events The Beautiful Game Six diverse and dynamic stories from across the continent reveal the power of soccer in African culture to unite, uplift, heal—and... Programs and Events Black Out An evocative portrait of children in Guinea, 80% of whom live without electricity, who travel miles each night to find light to study... Programs and Events Calle López Life on bustling Calle López in historic downtown Mexico City is a microcosm of Mexican society in this stunning work of visual poetry. Programs and Events "Cannibal Tours" When tourists journey to the furthest reaches of Papua New Guinea, is it the tribespeople or the white visitors who are the cultural... Programs and Events Chimeras An intense exploration of modern Chinese identity is told through the parallel stories of a rising photography star and an aging... Programs and Events Cinéma Inch'Allah! Four Belgian-Moroccan friends struggle with their passion for making comic action movies, their Muslim identities, and personal values. Programs and Events Dennis O’Rourke Tribute SOLD OUT - The program will feature an opportunity to discuss O’Rourke’s legacy and the continuing issues around cultural tourism. Programs and Events Doing the Sheep Good Doing the Sheep Good, by Teresa Montoya, charts the life of the films and photographs in the series “Navajo Film Themselves,"... Programs and Events Emerging Visual Anthropologists Showcase As the applications of documentary film and other media expand in the world of scholarly anthropology, these filmmakers are at the... Programs and Events Finding Hillywood This unique and compelling chronicle of the very beginning of Rwanda's film industry reveals the power of film to heal a man and... Programs and Events Framing the Other A tour group visit to the Ethiopian Mursi tribe raises provocative questions of authenticity and the motivations behind “cultural... Programs and Events Gringo Trails SOLD OUT - Explore the dramatic impact of tourism around the world through the stories of both travelers and locals in Bolivia, Thailand,... Programs and Events Heart of Sky, Heart of Earth SOLD OUT - This beautiful and provocative film follows six young Maya in Guatemala and Chiapas through their daily lives, forgoing... Programs and Events How Far Is Heaven SOLD OUT - This intimate and captivating documentary follows the last three Sisters of Compassion, an order of nuns who have lived... Programs and Events Iceland Year Zero Iceland after the financial collapse is a bankrupt nation where thousands who lost their assets are reassessing the value of capitalism. Programs and Events The Infamous T Homeless and failing out of high school, 18-year-old Jonathon moves in with a queer host family, transfers schools, and forms a dance... Programs and Events Irish Folk Furniture A beautifully composed stop-motion animated short about the repair, recycling, and repatriation of traditional furniture in an Irish... Programs and Events A Kiss for Gabriela (Um Beijo para Gabriela) A Kiss for Gabriela tells the story of Gabriela Leite, the first sex worker to run for Brazilian Congress, who in 2010 faced down... Programs and Events Mallamall India’s retail revolution is causing a shift from traditional markets to modern malls, showcasing the struggle of local vs global... Programs and Events Metamorphosen People and nature near the accident-prone Mayak nuclear facility show resilience in the face of the invisible menace of repeated... Programs and Events Miss Nikki and the Tiger Girls An all-girl group rises against the backdrop of Burmese civil war and embarks on a self-actualizing journey in tandem with their... Programs and Events Queen of the Desert Starlady is not your ordinary youth worker: with fabulous hair and outfits, she is training indigenous youth in the art of hairdressing. Programs and Events People’s Park The Margaret Mead Film Festival invites you to spend a whole afternoon in the park… without leaving the Museum. Programs and Events Rougarouing Named after a Cajun word meaning “dangerous carousing,” this wild ritual film examines a bizarre tradition of masks and muddy mayhem. Programs and Events A Self-Made Man SOLD OUT - Trans youth advocate Tony Ferraiolo is candid and compassionate even as he himself struggles with the complexities of... Programs and Events Tales From the Organ Trade The shadowy world of international black market organ trafficking is a drama of endless moral and ethical complexity. Programs and Events Taxiway What does it mean to try to become who you want to be? How do you choose your life instead of letting it be shaped by circumstance?... Programs and Events Tea or Electricity (Le Thé ou l'Electricité) Follow the implementation of electricity in a tiny isolated village in the middle of the Moroccan High Atlas. Shot season after season,... Programs and Events This Ain’t No Mouse Music! SOLD OUT - Roots music icon Chris Strachwitz, founder of Arhoolie Records, has fought against what he calls slick “mouse” music since... Programs and Events Three Voices (Diario a Tres Voces) Monserrat, 15 and effervescent, is asked out for the first time and says yes. Nora, 50 and divorced, pursues her former beauty through... Programs and Events Tonto Plays Himself Devoted cinephile Jacob Floyd, confronts the filmmaker’s anxieties about representations of Native Americans in film as he explores... Programs and Events Top Ten Ldn This joyful tapestry of London’s cultural hotpot captures the bustle of life among one of the most diverse immigrant populations... Programs and Events Village at the End of the World A witty, surprising, and ultimately feel-good portrait of an isolated Inuit village of 59 people in Greenland thriving against the... Programs and Events When I Walk Seven years and 3,600 hours of footage after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Jason DaSilva brings an intimate portrait of... Programs and Events Who Will Be a Gurkha Sam Manekshaw, former chief of staff of the Indian Army, once quipped: “If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying...