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Moving Midway

In Moving Midway, award-winning Southern film critic Godfrey Cheshire uses the relocation of his family’s North Carolina plantation as an occasion to examine the Southern plantation

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27 Months

Three Americans join the Peace Corps and set off to change the world. For 27 months Andy, Marcy and Kate try to help remote communities

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The Loving Story

A racially-charged criminal trial and a heart-rending love story converge in this documentary about the Loving’s, set during the turbulent Civil Rights era. THE LOVING

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Saltwata Vibes

Around the world, African Diasporic communities are able to breathe life into the cultures they have created by creating vehicles to carry the culture forward.

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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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The Last Partera

In rural Costa Rica, a 95-year-old midwife passes on the wisdom of her craft to a new generation of women fighting for their right to

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These Kids This City

These Kids This City is a film about the young people of Liberty City Miami and its infamous bike culture, showcased on its unofficial Martin

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A Hello Story

A Hello Story is an intimate story about how a bi-racial, bi-national family moved 7,000 miles and back to uncover a deep well of memories

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Within, Within

Filmmaker Kiyoko McCrae retraces her mother and grandmother’s footsteps by returning to her hometown Tokyo and her grandmother’s hometown Kobe. By blending vignettes and stories

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A Fine Girl

A FINE GIRL is a documentary short following Brandi Jarrow, a transgender woman of color in New Orleans. At 27 years old, Brandi is a

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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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Pinball

Pinball paints a portrait of contemporary immigrant suburbia in Louisville through Yosef, a 19-year old Iraqi-American boy. He is at a crossroads in his adolescence

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