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Presidents' Day Collection

Presidents Day is once again upon us, and we here at IndiePix Films have put together a collection of our best politically-themed films for your enjoyment. From THE TILLMAN STORY to GAY REPUBLICANS, these ten films highlight the best American tradition of engaged and critical political discourse. Enjoy!

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Gay Republicans

$14.95 | 62 minutes

Gay Republicans were faced with a difficult challenge in the election of 2004, when the intolerance of the Republican incumbent George W. Bush placed them in direct opposition to their party loyalty. Log Cabin, the gay Republican club which has been in operation since 1977, was put under the spotlight during the days leading up to the&hellip…

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Primary

$19.95 | 53 minutes

In 1960, former Life magazine correspondent Robert Drew changed the face of documentary filmmaking when he introduced the first of his powerful films about President John F. Kennedy. Utilizing a small portable camera and sync sound recorder for the first time ever, Drew and his team of cameramen--nascent documentarians Richard Leacock…

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The Tillman Story

$16.95 | 95 minutes

In 2002, as America was poised to go to war in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Pat Tillman, a defensive back with the Arizona Cardinals, joined the United States Army, believing he had a duty to serve in a time of need even though he had signed a lucrative deal to play professional football. Tillman served a tour of duty in Iraq…

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Fahrenheit 9/11

$11.95 | 122 minutes

Academy Award-winning director Michael Moore examines the Bush administration's financial ties to Saudi Arabia and the bin Laden family in FAHRENHEIT 9/11, a well-researched, fast-paced, highly controversial, and important documentary that won the Palme d'Or at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival. Using actual footage and declassified documents…

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The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers

$19.95 | 94 minutes

In 1971, Daniel Ellsberg, a top military strategist working for the RAND Corporation, leaked a 7,000 page document known as the Pentagon Papers to the New York Times. Disenchanted with the nation's conduct in Vietnam, Ellsberg believed the release of the top secret paper -- which outlined the "secret history" of the war -- was crucial…

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Divided We Stand

$14.95 | 78 minutes

DIVIDED WE STAND - A ROAD TRIP THROUGH AN AMERICAN ELECTION Divided We Stand is a video journey during the waning days of the 2004 Presidential Election. The director, Tom Drew, weaves his way across the Southwest through a line of 'swing states', from his home in Los Angeles to his parent's farm in Arkansas. The colorful assortment…

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