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MLK/FBI and discussion with Sam Pollard

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Join us for a free online screening of MLK/FBI followed by a live discussion on Tuesday, February 23, at 7:00 p.m. ET with director Sam Pollard and Jamila Wignot (director, Ailey). MLK/FBI Dir. Sam Pollard. United States, 2020, ...

The Viewing Booth

In a lab-like editing suite, director Alexandrowicz invites a series of viewers to watch and comment upon videos portraying life in the occupied West Bank—some generated by Palestinian citizens, others by the Israeli government.

Double Wow and Other Works by Ken Jacobs

In this program, two celluloid portraits of Jacobs's young son and daughter and a digital exploration of nineteenth-century stereographic imagery of children laboring at a thread factory are presented along with the world premiere of a 40-minute 3-D work, Double Wow,

Confessional Cinema

A selection of bold, funny, vulnerable, and aggressively personal films that break the fourth wall.

Passage

Oscar-nominated filmmaker David Massey wrote and directed this short film that looks at West African history through a fascinating new lens.

Procession

Six midwestern men—all survivors of childhood sexual assault at the hands of Catholic priests and clergy—come together to work through their trauma.

Welcome to Chechnya

The latest film by Academy Award–nominated director David France is a powerful and eye-opening documentary about a group of activists risking their lives to confront the anti-LGBTQ persecution in the Russian republic of Chechnya.

Science on Screen presents: Jenny Perlin’s Bunker

Set in abandoned missile silos and custom-made gilted bunkers, some of which have their own cryptocurrency, Bunker is a verité look at the lives of American men of all classes who self-isolate in preparation for disaster, as well as those businesses that capitalize on fear.