Featured Films & Docuseries
Crips and Bloods Made in America
Oscar winner Forest Whitaker narrates this gritty and unflinching portrait of the long-running rivalry between the Bloods and the Crips of Los Angeles. Former gang members elaborate on the vicious cycle of turf wars, street law and guns, while activists and academics stress self-hatred and the lack of father figures in impoverished African-American homes as key elements of the ongoing feud.
Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States by winning three key states, a victory engineered by an ultra-conservative faction that quietly mapped its way to power using fake news, lies, and psychometrics.
Like gangsta rap in the nineties, “Narco” is a movement threatening to burst into the mainstream. Featuring powerful footage from the front lines of the drug wars.
The Decade You Were Born: The 80s
If you were born in the 80s, your parents were the last wave of Baby Boomers. They, along with everybody else, were embracing the future with the personal computer. It was the decade of remarkable technology; Steve Jobs and Bill Gates became household names; MTV broadcast the first music video.
Music Films & Documentaries
20,000 Days on Earth
This groundbreaking and ambitious hybrid of documentary and fiction takes a look at musician Nick Cave’s 20,000th day of life in order to explore his creative process
The Swell Season
A look at the folk-rock duo the Swell Season, best known for their work in the indie musical Once, as they perform on a world tour. This fascinating documentary examines how fame has affected their lives, their art, and their relationship.
Give Me the Banjo
Steve Martin narrates the history of the banjo, which dates to colonial times. Included: comments and performances by Earl Scruggs, Pete Seeger, Bela Fleck, Mike Seeger, the Carolina Chocolate Drops, and Abigail Washburn. Rosanne Cash hosts and talks with fellow country star Rodney Crowell about the influence banjo music has had on their musical styles.
loudQUIETloud captures the Pixies in a once in a lifetime chance at rock 'n' roll redemption.
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