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Lee Hirsch's 'Bully' opens March 30 through The Weinstein Company.
It has been a devastating month for us reeling from gun violence in the US. The most recent wave of horrifying shootings targeting Black Americans and
Each year, the Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ film festival hosts some of the best queer and transgender cinema in the world. It’s a chance to catch films
Youth movements have changed the world and revolutionized the way we organize against systems of oppression. From Freedom Summer to the March For Our
Editor’s Note: The following is a translation of Kristal Sotomayor’s article from the Summer 2020 issue, about the Puerto Rican documentary community
Before the coronavirus crisis, the “essential worker”—flexible shorthand for the anonymous, hardworking, underpaid populace that allow our country
What was the first documentary film you saw that shifted something within you? That helped you see an issue differently? Changed your behavior
Read in SpanishPart 1: La Isla Before Maria“Puerto Rico is a small island in a political limbo,” describes Karen Rossi, documentary filmmaker and
During this unprecedented period of the coronavirus pandemic, people have had to lean more and more on the use of technology for daily interactions