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Invitation to Dance - Classroom Version

Invitation to Dance - Classroom Version

Director:
Year: 2016

New presentation-length edition

Invitation to Dance - Classroom Version is an eye-opening insider's account of disability in 21st century America. Simi Linton's story forms the narrative backbone of the documentary. The film traces both her personal growth as a disabled woman, and the larger historically significant developments around her over the past 40 years. Simi serves as navigator and tour guide to a world largely unknown, generally isolated, and commonly dismissed. This new edit of the film is designed specifically for classroom use in both High School and College level courses and comes equipped with Closed Captions and a free study guide!

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Keep Quiet

Keep Quiet

Director: Sam Blair, Joseph Martin
Year: 2016

An anti-Semitic far-right politician's astonishing transformation after finding out he is Jewish.

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Spaceman

Spaceman

Director: Brett Rapkin
Year: 2016

In the twilight of a long career as one of baseball’s all-time great eccentrics, former all-star MLB pitcher Bill ‘Spaceman’ Lee (Josh Duhamel, Transformers) is cut from the Montreal Expos in 1982. Though Lee finds himself blackballed by the rest of the league for his outspoken politics (his views being “somewhere to left of Che Guevara”) and notoriously enthusiastic drug use, he refuses to quit the game.

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The Daughter

The Daughter

Director: Simon Stone
Year: 2016

After a fifteen-year absence, Christian (Paul Schneider) returns home to rural New South Wales for the marriage of his father, Henry (Geoffrey Rush), the wealthy owner of the local mill that's been the economic bedrock of the community for generations. Christian gets reacquainted with his old friend Oliver (Ewen Leslie) and finds himself drawn to Oliver's family, which includes wife Charlotte (Miranda Otto), daughter Hedvig (Odessa Young), and father-in-law Walter (Sam Neill). Unexpectedly, Christian discovers a secret that could tear Oliver’s family apart; and when Henry announces the imminent closure of the mill, it sends a quake through the community. As Christian tries to right the wrongs of the past, his actions threaten to shatter the lives of those he left behind years before.

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Love, Sweat & Tears

Love, Sweat & Tears

Director: Scott Jacobs
Year: 2017

Death, taxes, and menopause are unavoidable facts of life. Love, Sweat & Tears is a groundbreaking, inspiring, and humorous look at a long-taboo subject that will impact both women and men during their lifetimes.

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Iverson

Iverson

Director: Zatella Beatty
Year: 2015

Iverson is an eye-opening documentary charting the rise of the basketball great Allen Iverson, told in his own words. From his poverty-stricken childhood in Virginia to controversial run-ins with the law to iconic Philadelphia 76ers All-Star, Iverson's audacious rejection of convention and off-the-court embrace of hip-hop sent shockwaves through the NBA and influenced an entire generation of athletes and fans.

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Dying to Know: Ram Dass & Timothy Leary

Dying to Know: Ram Dass & Timothy Leary

Director: Gay Dillingham
Year: 2015

Two conventional Harvard professors began probing the edges of consciousness in the '60s. Timothy Leary ended up in jail, while Richard Alpert became Ram Dass, a spiritual teacher.

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All Work All Play

All Work All Play

Director: Patrick Creadon
Year: 2015

Season Nine of the Intel Extreme Masters, a global pro-gaming tour that takes the hottest teams and players all around the world to compete for the championship title in their respective eSports. They guide the scene as it explodes around them, molding it into a phenomenon that can last. Together, they have a common goal: to ensure that eSports remains more than a bright, burning fad. It’s up to them to turn it into the sport of the future.

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The Pit

The Pit

Director: Lew Lehman
Year: 1981

New 2K restoration! Twelve-year old Jamie is one creepy kid. He has a perverse obsession with sex, his only friend is an evil teddy bear, and he’s the only one who knows about the hole in the forest where he feeds raw meat to a ravenous pack of mutant troglodytes.

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Fire at Sea

Fire at Sea

Director: Gianfranco Rosi
Year: 2016

An Academy Award® nominee for Best Documentary Feature and the first nonfiction film to ever win the top prize at the Berlin International Film Festival, Fire at Sea takes place in Lampedusa, a remote Mediterranean island that has become a major entry point for refugees into Europe. Award-winning filmmaker Gianfranco Rosi masterfully juxtaposes these realities, jolting the audience into a new understanding of what is happening in the region, the heavy toll of the migrant crisis, and the price of freedom.

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