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Black Power Mixtape is an educational masterpiece in the world of documentaries that gives us general perspectives of the Black Power Movement as well as specific delineations of strong characters within.
Does mainstream and “traditional’ media still have a place in the now fast-space internet world? Page One: Inside the New York Times seeks to find out where the NY Times is heading, or if it even has a way to head to.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Xinhai Revolution, as well as the 100th film in Jackie Chan’s filmography, Chan took not only the starring role in this historical drama, but he also co-directed the film, produced it and even did the stunt coordination.
Based on the life of Mende Nazer, Malia gets separated from her family and is abducted from her Sudanese village. As a young woman, Malia ends up enslaved by a diplomatic family in present day London.
Directed by Olivier Assayas, Carlos is a 3-part miniseries that illustrates the rise and fall of terrorist Ilich Ramírez Sánchez, a.k.a. Carlos the Jackal, played by Venezuelan actor Edgar Ramírez.
Senna is a documentary that truly shows audiences the raw potential of a man like Ayrton Senna in a moving, informative, and captivating way.
A surreal romantic drama overlaid political drama set in Chile in 1973, the year in which the military staged a coup against Salvador Allende.
Essential reading for fans of North American animation. This is an excellent guide for anyone who enjoys animation, from casual fans to industry experts.
Be Like Others is an interesting documentary that sheds some light into Iran’s stand on transsexuality, which lets individuals that want to change their gender get operated, opening a whole new can of worms.
Terrific documentary based on the 1981 (revised 1987) book of the same name by Vito Russo that chronicles the portrayal of the LGBT community in Hollywood from the silent era through the early 1990s.