Government

An Inconvenient Tax

A feature length documentary about one of America’s messiest problems – a fundamentally broken tax code that affects every part of people’s...

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The Art of Flight

The Art of Flight tells the story of refugees fleeing Sudan's civil war for Egypt and one journalist's struggle to get their story told. This......

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Balseros

In the summer of 1994, a team of public television reporters filmed and interviewed seven Cubans a few days before their risky venture of setting...

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Beyond Borders

Beyond Borders: The Debate Over Human Migration moves past the headlines and takes an in-depth look at the emotional, economic and cultural conflicts...

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Building Babel

'Building Babel' follows a year in the life and work of Sharif El-Gamal, the developer behind New York’s ‘Ground Zero Mosque’.

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Call It Democracy

Call It Democracy is a fresh perspective on voting rights, election reform and the unresolved electronic voting controversies threatening to...

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Confrontation at Concordia

On September 9th, 2002, at Montreal's Concordia University, student union activists staged a violent protest to stop former Israeli Prime Minister...

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Dubai: A City of Dreams

Dubai is a city of dreams. Some dreams come true. Some don't.

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Escapeland

“Escapeland” follows a love story that develops against-all-odds between Eshel, a young Israeli woman from a kibbutz and Adel, a Sudanese...

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Exodus 1947

The ship that launched a nation.

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Farewell Israel: Bush, Iran, and the Revolt of Islam

"Farewell Israel: Bush, Iran and The Revolt of Islam" reaches the unavoidable conclusion that Western and Israeli misunderstanding of Islam is...

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Give a Damn Again

In 1962, sixteen children from Harlem were asked what they wanted to be when they grew up. GIVE A DAMN AGAIN goes back to find out what became...

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God's Messengers

A powerful inside look at the group of Jewish settlers who inhabit the unauthorized outpost of Havat Gilad.

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Iranium

Iranium is a feature-length documentary on the Iranian nuclear threat, and the ideology fueling the regime.

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Iseta: Behind the Roadblock

In April 1994, on a quiet road in Kigali a group of neighbors in Rwanda were filmed. These were the opening days of the Rwandan Genocide, and...

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Israel Inside

Israel Inside explores the triumph of the human spirit. Israelis, surrounded by enemies, have turned a desert with hardly any natural resources...

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The Klezmatics: On Holy Ground

The Klezmatics: On Holy Ground, is a feature-length documentary about the Grammy Award-winning, New York-based, klezmer band. The Klezmatics...

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Long Night's Journey into Day

Frances Reid and Deborah Hoffmann reveal the raw soul of a society in their extraordinary documentary about South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation...

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Mayor of the West Side

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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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Misha vs Moscow

Having led his country into a disastrous war against Russia, Georgian president Mikheil "Misha" Saakashvili now finds himself ostracized by his...

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My Brothers and Sisters in the North

Sung-Hyung Cho was the first South Korean director allowed to film in North Korea, while accompanying residents during their everyday routines......

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New Muslim Cool

NEW MUSLIM COOL takes viewers on Hamza's ride through the streets, projects and jail cells of urban America, following his spiritual journey...

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North Korea: A Day in the Life

In this verite documentary the family of Hong Sun Hui, a female worker in a textile factory, takes us through an ordinary day in the country...

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Only in America

ONLY IN AMERICA follows Joseph Lieberman's landmark political progress from the 2000 Gore/Lieberman presidential race to his recent announcement...

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The Price of Kings: Shimon Peres

What would you sacrifice for what you believe? A life in search of peace. Shimon Peres, the last leader of Israel's founding generation.

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The Price of Kings: Yasser Arafat

Yasser Arafat's political legacy is one marred by controversy. To some, he was a heroic revolutionary who fought for the freedom of Palestine...

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The Rat Slayer of Hillside New Jersey

The charge: murder. The setting: Hillside, NJ '94. The accused: Frank Balun. The weapon: a broomstick. The victim: a rat?!

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Rudyland

New York City, 2001. Rudy Giuliani's reign as mayor is almost over. Crime has plummeted, the streets are safe, but many feel the city has lost...

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Salonica

SALONICA is about Thessaloniki, the northern Greek city at the crossroads of the Orient and Europe, the Balkans and the Mediterranean.What makes...

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Same Sex America

One year ago history was made when Massachusetts became the first state in the nation to sanction gay marriage. In SAME SEX AMERICA, filmmaker...

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Through Thick and Thin

"Through Thick and Thin" follows the extraordinary stories of seven binational gay and lesbian couples whose lives are dramatically affected...

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Valley of Tears

Hart Perry (Director of Photography - "Harlan County, USA"), has documented the lives of Mexican-American migrant farm workers in Raymondville,...

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Wrestling Alligators

Alligator wrestler, hunter, warrior, poet, leader of an empire. James E. Billie is the father of Indian gaming. And you've never heard of him...

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