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2009 AFI Film Festival

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Icons Among Us: Educational

$350.00 | 220 minutes

Icons Among Us: Jazz in the Present Tense, a documentary film series, looks at the Jazz music scene today. through interviews, performance footage, and the voices of the musicians themselves, we explore this music and the divergent influences that are shaping the world of Jazz at the begining of the 21st Century. Never before has jazz&hellip…

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2008 AFI Film Festival

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Adam Resurrected

$11.95 | 106 minutes

The trouble with Holocaust movies is that they're about the Holocaust; they resurrect an illustrious horror, habited by history's most reliable demons, with little to say except that, yes, this was a tragedy. ADAM RESURRECTED isn't likely to fit anyone's definition of a Holocaust movie. As director Paul Schrader (AFFLICTION) summarized&hellip…

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Proper Eyes

$24.50 | 82 minutes

For her college thesis, film student Alicia (Ana Carabajal), along with her best friend Virginia (Mara Santucho), is making a documentary about the women in the lives of prisoners at a local jail. The only problem is no one is willing to be interviewed on camera. In comes Elsa (Luisa Núñez), a desperate woman, whose son, Luis (Maximiliano&hellip…

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2007 AFI Film Festival

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Welcome to Nollywood

$4.99 | 58 minutes

Welcome to Nollywood tells the story of the burgeoning Nigerian movie industry, known as Nollywood. The film follows three directors and their latest productions, while also using interviews with scholars, actors, and journalists who celebrate (in insightful and often humorous ways) the Nigerian video-film industry as a whole, its unique&hellip…

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2002 AFI Film Festival

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7th Street

$19.95 | 72 minutes

The Feature documentary 7TH STREET draws the viewer into a neighborhood that most people were one too afraid to enter. An area that most people only heard rumors about. Alphabet City in NYC's East Village, the drug capital of the East Coast. A place where only those who had no place to go ended up&hellip…

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