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HOME (Short): A Taxing Inheritance as told by More Raça

Home is an unapologetic look at the limited options available for Kosovo women and the oppression of its patriarchy.

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BEYOND FOOD: An Exploration Of Extraordinary Health

Beyond Food is a documentary that explores recent trends and diets in the food industry, asking advice from numerous professionals. We spoke with director

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A FAMILY MAN: A Life Changing Diagnosis

Gerard Butler's attempts to shake off his action hero image in A Family Man are commendable, but he is miscast in this saccharine drama.

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PLASTIC PARADISE: It Never Goes Away, So Where Does It Go?

Plastic Paradise shines a spotlight on the problems that our society has created and its impact on the world in which we live.

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In this version of Marivaux's play False Confessions there are laughs to be had, but its adaptation to modern day makes it a confusing

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LOOK & SEE: A Portrait of Wendell Berry - Smoke & Farmland

Any advocate for the sustainable farming industry will enjoy director Laura Dunn's documentary Look & See: A Portrait of Wendell Berry.

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GOOD FORTUNE: One-Sided Yet Heart-Warming

Good Fortune tells the rags to riches story of billionaire John Paul DeJoria, and how he dedicates his time and funds to good causes.

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Well told, The Journey is an examination of the political relationship between Martin McGuinness and DUP Retiree Reverand Ian Paisley.

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Restless Creature

In Restless Creature, we follow nearly three decades of Wendy Whelan's career as a ballerina with the New York City Ballet.

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Low Cost, High Quality: Peter Stray, Craig Russell & Marc Price Talk CANARIES

We spoke with filmmakers Peter Stray, Craig Russell and Mark Price about their latest project, the very low budget sci-fi thriller CANARIES.

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