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52 Seconds

Days after a massive earthquake shook Ecuador's coast and caused complete devastation in just 52 seconds, the filmmaker returns to his hometown to survey the emotional aftershocks his family suffers and sift through the ruined city he knows so well.
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Behind the Curve

A rapidly rising number of people are convinced that the Earth is flat. Follow the leaders behind this conspiracy theory du jour as they rally to spread their message, challenge scientific proofs and flatten the globe once and for all.
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The Beksinskis. A Sound and Picture Album

For Polish painter Zdzislaw Beksinski, renowned for his darkly surreal style, art and family cannot be separated. As his son spirals into suicidal depression, he audio-records and films his family, watching safely behind a lens as they succumb to tragedy.
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In this eerie, hazy fairy tale, two self-reliant families, isolated in the Siberian boreal forest, are locked in a perpetual feud that distracts them from the real threat looming: rapacious foreigners bent on profiting from the unspoiled landscape.
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Don't Be Nice

As an upstart slam poetry team from NYC prepares for national championships, their coach challenges them to take risks and write from the soul. Can daring poems about racism, homophobia and cultural appropriation compete with crowd-pleasers for the title?
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Eternity Never Surrendered

In Mexico, two women mourn their missing loved ones: a husband claimed by organized crime, a mother disappeared by a corrupt government. Facing these overwhelming absences while rebuilding their own lives becomes a battle with memory itself.
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I Used To Be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story

From the Beatles to the Backstreet Boys, One Direction to Take That, three generations of zealous boyband fans reflect on the objects of their obsessions and explore how the thrills, fantasies and roller-coaster emotions of fandom have changed and challenged their lives.
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King Lear

Playing the iconic Shakespearean monarch is an enduring obsession for a retired Russian actor—but his longing takes on a darkly comic life of its own after his own drama-filled story brings him closer to the character than he ever imagined.
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Mr. Fish: Cartooning from the Deep End

In the twilight of the newspaper industry, an editorial cartoonist pushes the boundaries of the First Amendment with his savagely honest cartoons. But in a culture where consumerism is king and opportunities are few, how long can he continue uncompromised?
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Systematically silenced and terrorized by anonymous harassers, three women—among the many millions for whom the internet is a battleground—attempt to seek justice and spread awareness, taking back their power and their lives in the process.
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Obscuro Barroco

In this impressionist, mesmerizing audiovisual poem, a Brazilian transgender icon guides us to the heart of Rio's festive nights, where the body—both personal and public—can reinvent itself through the ecstatic, metamorphic excesses of carnival.
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To Want, To Need, To Love

The filmmaker follows three participants in an ambitious performance art project—including his own apathetic brother and a couple on the verge of a breakup—as they travel from Pristina to Belgrade to Zurich, inspired by the question: What do you believe in?
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Victory Day

Acclaimed director Sergei Loznitsa's acute eye dissects the strange choreography of one of Germany's most culturally fascinating events: the annual commemoration of the Soviet Union's victory over Nazism, celebrated for the last 72 years in Berlin.
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