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Family Album

Family Album

Director: Alan Berliner
Year: 1998

THE FAMILY ALBUM is a one-hour experimental documentary film utilizing a vast collection of rare 16mm home movies from the 1920s through the 1950s. The films are woven into a portrait of a life, passing through the celebrations and struggles from childhood to adulthood, from innocence to experience.

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The Horse Boy

The Horse Boy

Director: Rupert Isaacson, Michel Orion Scott
Year: 2009

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Steak (R)evolution

Steak (R)evolution

Director: Franck Ribière
Year: 2015

A global pursuit (with layovers in Japan, Argentina, Brazil, France, Spain, the U.S. and other countries) for the best steak in the world, STEAK (R)EVOLUTION features exclusive conversations with chefs, farmers, butchers, steakhouse owners, journalists and experts about the many variables that affect the quality of our meat.

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Burt's Buzz

Burt's Buzz

Director: Jody Shapiro
Year: 2013

In Burt's Buzz, Shapiro takes us into the reclusive backwoods world of beekeeper Shavitz, still committed to living off the land in Maine, as he has since the 1970s, in a renovated turkey coop with no running water.

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Nightmares in Red, White and Blue

Nightmares in Red, White and Blue

Director: Andrew Monument
Year: 2010

NIGHTMARES IN RED, WHITE AND BLUE is a comprehensive history of the American horror film. Starting with Thomas Edison’s version of Frankenstein and slashing its way through to Saw and beyond, this incisive documentary examines how these monstrous creations were gruesome reflections of their time.

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Off to War: From Rural Arkansas to Iraq

Off to War: From Rural Arkansas to Iraq

Director: Craig Renaud, Brent Renaud
Year: 2005

From the farms and fields of Arkansas to the deadly streets of Baghdad, OFF TO WAR tracks the citizen soldiers of the Arkansas National Guard as they come face to face with the horrors of war.

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To Be and to Have

To Be and to Have

Director: Nicolas Philibert
Year: 2002

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Videocracy

Videocracy

Director: Erik Gandini
Year: 2009

Critically-acclaimed documentary explores the underbelly of the high-glitz, low-politics, skin-baring media culture promulgated by Berlusconi's ownership of the majority of the Italy's TV stations. Approaching the material as both insider and outsider, Gandini gains remarkable access to the world of Berlusconi's associates and the willing wannabes that swarm around them, unveiling a modern Italy as both comedy and tragedy.

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The Clowns

The Clowns

Director: Federico Fellini
Year: 1970

Fellini's fascination with the circus and the surreal come to a head in one of his final masterpieces, which reflects his childhood obsession with clowns through both narrative and documentary approaches. The carnival sounding score composed by Nino Rota and a cameo appearance by Anita Ekberg, the star of his 1960's masterpiece, LA DOLCE VITA, enhances the Fellini-esque experience.

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What The Allies Knew

What The Allies Knew

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Year: 2012

This documentary delves into never before seen archival footage and documents to investigate how much the Allies knew about the mass murder of Europe's Jews during World War II and why they did not do more to stop it. WHAT THE ALLIES KNEW examines the immigration policy, top secret documents, personal prejudice and government policies that resulted in the deaths of millions.

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