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Acid Forest

An ancient pine forest, decimated by the toxic defecations of a booming cormorant population, is the backdrop of an uncanny commentary on environmental change and migration that swings between hilarious, horrifying and Hitchcockian.
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As one of the few Israeli human-rights lawyers willing to defend Palestinians, Lea Tsemel has been defying hostility and vitriol from the public and press for nearly 50 years to fight for clients in a stacked system.
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After Parkland

This devastating chronicle meets with students and families in the aftermath of the 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as they reckon with unthinkable loss and search for new meaning.
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Alla Salute

Just as his career takes off, a food TV personality receives a shocking cancer diagnosis. When his chef friends offer to cook the foods he craves, a quintessentially Italian search for happiness—somewhere between eggplant parmesan and wine—begins.
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Always in Season

The unresolved case of a Black teen found hanging from a swing set in North Carolina in 2014 is the lens through which this searing doc examines the lingering trauma of more than a century of lynching and continued racial violence.
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American Factory

When an abandoned General Motors factory in Ohio is reopened by a Chinese billionaire, the local blue-collar employees clash with modern Chinese innovations in this new work co-directed by this year's Outstanding Achievement Award recipient Julia Reichert.
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When a Moroccan silver mine begins to siphon and pollute local aquifers, villagers occupy the water pipeline and refuse to leave. Seven years later, they remain in their ingenious solar-powered camp, weathering arrests and intimidation while waiting for divine justice.
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Displaced from their farm, a mother and her precocious 10-year-old scavenge on the outskirts of Ethiopia's capital. When encroaching condominiums further threaten them, the youngster taps into the fierce power of his own imagination to battle forces beyond his control.
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Animal Magnetism Shorts Program

This collection of shorts reveals the push/pull, love/hate, friend/food tension that pervades our interactions with the creatures we raise as livestock, hunt for sport, keep as pets and see as a reflection of ourselves.
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Animus Animalis (A Story about People, Animals and Things)

Under glass cases, fake foliage and artificial snow, animals are always watching in this complex exploration of the work of taxidermists, hunters, farmers and museum workers, who erase the line between real and artificial, living and dead, kindness and cruelty.
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Ask Dr. Ruth

After helping the world find the clitoris, does 90-year-old sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer have anything left to teach us? This revealing look at a true trailblazer will have you assuming new emotional positions and reaching surprising climaxes…non-sexually speaking.
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Assholes: A Theory

Inspired by the NYT bestselling book, this lively philosophical investigation into the rise of asshole behaviour across the world asks: What does it mean to be an asshole, and more importantly, how do we stop their proliferation?
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Backstage Action

They don't have a name, a role or a voice, yet their onscreen presence is essential. In this insightful and skilfully crafted observational documentary, film extras finally come into focus to transcend their clichés.
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