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Sixteen years after a wave of teen suicides traumatized a small New Brunswick community, former classmates attempt to piece together their long-silenced memories and shared grief in the hopes of finally healing.
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306 Hollywood

After their beloved grandmother dies, two siblings dismantle her home to discover who she really was. From a closet of handmade party dresses to a stash of 50-year-old toilet rolls, witness the life that persists in the objects we leave behind.
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4 Years in 10 Minutes

Vintage footage shot by the first Serbian man to climb Mount Everest is woven with puzzling excerpts from his diary, composing an experimental meditation on hubris, alien landscapes and mystical mental states.
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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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Risking her reputation and her future, a no-nonsense lawyer and mother of six attempts to shake up the "boys' club" of her Hasidic Brooklyn community by creating its first all-female ambulance corps.
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The Accountant of Auschwitz

As Germany continues to seek justice for Holocaust crimes, a former SS guard—now a frail 94-year-old—stands trial. Is the "Accountant of Auschwitz" an accomplice to history's worst genocide, or a scapegoat for a country still desperate to atone?
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Active Measures

Dive deep into one of the most deft espionage operations in history. Featuring exclusive interviews with Hillary Clinton, John McCain and more, this explosive film uncovers Trump-Putin ties dating back to the '70s and Soviet-style information warfare tactics used to affect the 2016 US presidential election.
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Afghan Cycles

Young Afghan women challenge gender and cultural barriers as they train with the Women's National Cycling Team. Using the bicycle as a literal and metaphorical vehicle for freedom, they fight for empowerment and social change at the risk of their own lives.
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All the Time in the World

The filmmaker's family of five uproots to live in a remote corner of the Yukon for nine months, roughing it without electricity or running water as they pursue true connection and freedom from the structure of time.
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Alt-Right: Age of Rage

Trigger warning: everything. Set against the horrific violence of the 2017 Charlottesville riots, alt-right leader Richard Spencer squares off against antifa activist Daryle Lamont Jenkins in this provocative look inside the two movements boiling over in America.
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Filmed over six turbulent years following the Tahrir Square uprising in Egypt, a feisty 14-year-old activist grows before our eyes into a commanding young woman, searching for her identity in a tinderbox of political turmoil and patriarchal systems.
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The American Meme

In the age of social media mega-platforms, anyone can be famous, but take it from Paris Hilton, DJ Khaled, The Fat Jew and other internet celebs: maintaining the followers, attention and sponsorships is a full-time job that exacts a price.
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Andy Irons: Kissed by God

Three-time world surfing champion Andy Irons chased perfect pipe on the waves but dark demons on shore. Breathtaking cinematography captures the gorgeously wild star, but as mental illness troubles the waters, a heartbreaking tragedy unfolds.
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