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Mitt

Mitt

By Sophia Lee
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Documentary | Mitt Romney picks up trash and always makes sure the lights are turned off. He good-naturedly lets his wife muss up his hair. He laughs out loud when his sons…

Little Hope Was Arson

Little Hope Was Arson

By Angela Lu
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Documentary | A woman stands in front of the smoldering ruins of her East Texas church speaking to a reporter: “The building houses so many memories, my great-grandmother…

Smiling barbarians

By Emily Belz
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Documentary | After Tiller tries hard to put a kind and gentle face on late-term abortion

The March

The March

By Alicia M. Cohn
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Documentary | It’s difficult to dramatize the process of organization, even organization of an event as historic and important as the 1963 March on Washington. But PBS…

Sanitized life

By Megan Basham
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Documentary | Public broadcasting’s look at Muhammad offers everything but a critical look at Islam’s founder

The Act of Killing

The Act of Killing

By Michael Leaser
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Documentary | Self-deception has too often been a gateway to committing and living with atrocities. Rarely has a truth been as painfully documented as in director Joshua…

20 Feet from Stardom

By Emily Whitten
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Documentary | Her voice trembling, eyes watering, Merry Clayton admits, “I felt that if I just gave my heart to what I was doing, I would automatically be a star.”

Millions missing

By Angela Lu
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Lifestyle | Documentary exposes crisis that is depriving life to countless baby girls

The Ghost Army

The Ghost Army

By Emily Whitten
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Documentary | One reason 30,000 American soldiers of the 23rd Headquarters Special Troops haven’t received their due—despite critical roles in World War II including…

Stories We Tell

Stories We Tell

By Emily Belz
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Documentary | “Who cares about our family?” asks the sister of actress/writer/director Sarah Polley, in Polley’s first documentary, Stories We Tell , currently in…

Life changer

By Angela Lu
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Lifestyle | Film spotlights South Korean pastor’s work—and overflowing joy—saving disabled and abandoned babies

The Gatekeepers

The Gatekeepers

By Michael Leaser
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Documentary | The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has generated more than its share of war-weary, soul-drained participants, including several former directors of Shin Bet,

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