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Now playing. Crafted in 1982 by an entirely African American cast and crew, CANE RIVER is a love story set in Natchitoches Parish, a “free community of color” in Louisiana. Available for the first time in nearly forty years, don't miss this lyrical, visionary film which was nearly lost to time.
Now playing. Free to Members! "Rosine Mbakam makes a remarkable debut with two documentary essay films that explore the identities of West African women at home and abroad," writes critic Teo Bugbee of these New York Times Critic's Picks.  Mbakam joins us for a virtual Q&A on Wednesday, July 15.
Now playing. JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS uses never-before-seen images and unheard interviews to bring Ella Fitzgerald to life and to tell the story of her music.
Now playing. Journey into a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition and beyond, to the places Cézanne lived and worked.
Now playing. This documentary chronicles John Lewis’ 60-plus years of social activism and legislative action on civil rights, voting rights, gun control, health-care reform and immigration.
Now playing. A refugee marathoner strives to raise his new country's flag at the Olympics. Subject Guor Maker and director Bill Gallagher join us for a virtual Q&A on Wednesday, July 8.
Now playing. In this whimsical comedy/mystery, a Scrabble-obsessed patriarch (Bill Nighy) investigates an online player who might be his estranged son.
Now playing. Anna, a violin teacher at a music-focused high school, forces through the admission of Alexander, a student she thinks holds remarkable talent. But as pressure mounts in her personal and professional life, so does pressure for Alexander to succeed.
Now playing. After a happy childhood in the countryside, a teenager moves to London, where he must navigate an unfamiliar environment on his road to adulthood.
Now playing. This program—organized on the occasion of the current social uprising in Chile—presents a diverse selection of new experimental films made by Chilean filmmakers, many never before screened theatrically.
Now playing. Ursula von Rydingsvard: Into Her Own is an artistic biography of one of the few women in the world working in monumental sculpture.

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Now playing. Anna, a violin teacher at a music-focused high school, forces through the admission of Alexander, a student she thinks holds remarkable talent. But as pressure mounts in her personal and professional life, so does pressure for Alexander to succeed.
Now playing. This program—organized on the occasion of the current social uprising in Chile—presents a diverse selection of new experimental films made by Chilean filmmakers, many never before screened theatrically.
Now playing. Crafted in 1982 by an entirely African American cast and crew, CANE RIVER is a love story set in Natchitoches Parish, a “free community of color” in Louisiana. Available for the first time in nearly forty years, don't miss this lyrical, visionary film which was nearly lost to time.
Now playing. After a happy childhood in the countryside, a teenager moves to London, where he must navigate an unfamiliar environment on his road to adulthood.