A gripping documentary, Missing in Brooks County follows the stories of two families who have come to Brooks County to look for their loved ones who went missing.
On a Reckoning in Boston, a white filmmaker starts his academic inquiry by documenting low-income, adult students of color at the Clemente Course in Boston. After time, he comes to terms with his own complicity in racism. Alongside students, a unique filmmaking collaboration forms to explore the area's history of racism and gentrification.
Follow four ultra-talented young people from all over the world as they play to win the Canadian International Organ Competition, which is open to virtuosi under age 35.
75-year-old Rebecca loses the only job she's even known. She has no savings, no 401K safety net, and no employment prospects. However, she teams up with her son to take the trip of a lifetime, one bucket list adventure at a time.
Go inside The Storm Lake Times, where Pulitzer-winning editor Art Cullen and his team dedicate themselves to keeping the paper alive as local journalism across the country dies out.
In 2014, Michael Brown Sr.’s son was killed by white police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, an event that fueled the global Black Lives Matter movement. But his personal story seeking justice and healing has not been told until now.
More than 20 million gallons of toxic herbicides were used in Vietnam between 1962 and 1971, resulting in deformity and disability. INDEPENDENT LENS' The People vs. Agent Orange follows Vietnamese activist Tran To Nga, who is suing the American chemical industry for poisoning her and her family in Vietnam.
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