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From director DYLAN AVERY, acclaimed filmmaker of 9/11 conspiracy masterpiece, "LOOSE CHANGE", comes another powerful conspiratorial documentary about systemic racism and the struggles between Black Americans and the police.

In January, 2014, two officers in a suburb outside Los Angeles were acquitted of all charges related to the death of Kelly Thomas, a homeless schizophrenic man whose final words included 'I'm sorry' and 'I can't breathe' In February, 2014, a protest happened on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Filmmaker Dylan Avery went there to document the rally, and ended up spending the next year and a half of his life covering the topic of police brutality and injustice, with production taking an unexpected turn in August, 2014 after the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and the unexpected introduction of an ex-cop turned activist named Alex Salazar. A DJ beaten by off duty DEA agents, a man arrested for filming a police officer, and several families of victims in Los Angeles fight for justice over the course of 2014 and 2015 with Ferguson and Baltimore as a backdrop.
 

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They had survived the horrors of the US Civil War and the POW camps. Over 2000 Union soldiers were crammed aboard the steamboat Sultana, heading home. But graft, greed, overcrowding, a poorly maintained boat, and a swollen Mississippi River conspired to create disaster. On April 27, 1865, exploding boilers caused the US's worst maritime disaster. It's time to Remember the Sultana.

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Even in the darkest places on earth, there is always the need for light, for laughter. 'Making Light in Terezin' explores the little-known role that theater, cabaret and comedy played in improving and even saving the lives of some of the Jews who lived in the Terezin ghetto in WWII. The film follows a modern day theater group from Minnesota as they travel to the Czech Republic to perform a cabaret piece originally performed in Terezin in 1943. The film includes interviews with survivors who witnessed the original performance, and it shows another side of the Holocaust that is poignant and ultimately inspiring.

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Thirteen silent film stars share their stories in their own words.

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Follow as two young explorers attempt to drive across the Great Western Trail of the United States: a 4500+ mile long, 50-mile-wide corridor established by Congress that runs from Arizona to Idaho; Mexico to Canada. Watch as they cross deserts, plains, mountains, and forests as they make their way north, fighting against natural, man-made, and personal challenges to reach their goal. See if they can accomplish what has never been documented before.

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All These Flowers is a documentary feature film defining Bipolar Disorder. It witnesses the life and struggle of those diagnosed and tells the story of their triumph over the stigma, maltreatment, and the identity associated with the illness.

 

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Using his wealth, tenacity and incorrigible charm, Julian Price inspires policymakers and entrepreneurs to do the impossible — transform a desolate downtown into a livable, vibrant center of commerce and culture. Driven by the beauty of its landscape and the potential in its Art Deco architecture, Price searches Asheville for the brave, hardworking dreamers, and provides them with a miracle — capital for expansion in exchange for improving downtown with their presence.

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