Shooting for Home

Exiled from his racially-charged Florida town, African American basketball star Kevin Bradshaw finds redemption thousands of miles from home...

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Victor Young Perez

Victor "Young" Perez , tells the astonishing, harrowing and incredible true story of a Tunisian Jewish boxer, who became the World Flyweight...

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I Am What I Play

A feature-length documentary about the heyday of rock radio.

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The Return

How do you build your identity when your past has been stripped away?

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Transit examines what it means to be a family and what it means to be a stranger, within one's home and in a foreign land.

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The Sturgeon Queens

The story of the famed Lower East Side smoked fish emporium Russ & Daughters and the Jewish immigrant family who has run it for 100 years and...

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50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. and Mrs. Kraus

The Krauses, an American couple, brought the single largest group of children out of Nazi Germany during the Holocaust...

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70 Hester Street

A short doc about director Casimir Nozkowski’s childhood home and how much of the past he could still see in it after he left. His story becomes...

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Captive Hearts

Seven women in love with jail inmates: a story of dedication, restrictions and hopes.

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German Shepherd

Are we born to do good or are we here just to save ourselves? This animated film provides disconcerting answers.

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Rare archival footage shows underground plays staged by groups of Jewish dissidents during the Soviet regime, when all expression of Jewish culture...

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Minustah Steals Goats

Haitians have had enough of intervention by foreign organizations that promise a lot but deliver little—including the UN.

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(I'm Lost)

"A portrait of a musician, it has a real feeling of the life Bare has invented for himself and how similar it may be to the lives of musicians and even artists everywhere."
-D.A. Pennebaker

Lost Town

"To Betty Gold, the message is simple. 'I want to keep my town alive.'"
-Cleveland Plain Dealer