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History & Biography

Natour’s Grocery

Filmmaker Nadine Natour turns her lens on her parents and her hometown, Appomattox, VA, to capture the story of her parents’ emigration from Palestine to

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Alabamaland

Jones Farm is a lush, 688-acre farm situated in the heart of western Alabama. Three generations of black women explore their very different ties to

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The Contenders

First-time filmmaker Chris Davis’ The Contenders is a documentary set on the Sea Islands of coastal South Carolina, following the lives of Charles Singleton (62) and his

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One River, One Boat

One River, One Boat examines a two-year campaign by the Charleston Area Justice Ministry (CAJM), initiated in response to the shootings of Walter Scott and

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They Tried to Bury Us

Directed by Bree Newsome Bass, THEY TRIED TO BURY US highlights the evolution of Bree’s activist organizing since 2015 when she scaled the flagpole at

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Outta the Muck

Family, football and history come to life in an intimate portrait of the Dean family, longtime residents of the historic town of Pahokee, Florida.  As

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Summer Headstones

Abandoned and repurposed public pools litter the Southern landscape, silent monuments to a time when white officials abruptly closed pools down, instead of allowing African

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