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HALE COUNTY THIS MORNING THIS EVENING

MONDAY FEB18


Hale County, This Morning This Evening, (RaMell Ross) is a poetic and evocative film about two black
teenagers in small-town Alabama, called by Slate “the Best Documentary of 2018 and 76 minutes of the
most captivating filmmaking I have ever seen anywhere.”

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UNITED SKATES

MONDAY MAY 20


United Skates (Dyana Winkler and Tina Brown) is a film the NYTimes calls a “rallying cry for black roller skating
culture.” Winning the Audience Award at the Tribeca Film Festival, the film weaves stories from skaters across
the country as they struggle to preserve the rinks, and the subculture, that has given rise to some of the
world’s greatest musical talent.

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BLOWIN' UP

MONDAY MAR 18


Blowin’ Up (Stephanie Wang-Breal), is the story of rebel heroines in Queens, NY defying the criminal
justice system to change the way women arrested for prostitution are prosecuted. The Queens Human
Trafficking Intervention Court became the first of its kind in the United States, and the film reveals it to
be a shining model of forward-thinking justice.

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CALL HER GANDA

MONDAY JUNE 17


In Call Her Ganda (PJ Raval), we are immersed in the story of Jennifer Laude, a Filipina trans woman
brutally murdered by a US Marine. Three women intimately invested in the case – an attorney, a
journalist and Jennifer’s mother – galvanize a political uprising, taking on some of the most powerful
institutions in the world.

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HILLBILLY

MONDAY APR 22


Hillbilly (Ashley York + Sally Rubin) boldly confronts the representations of rural poor in Appalachia – in very
unexpected ways. The diverse people of eastern Kentucky (including one of the filmmakers) take issue with
the iconic, illiterate “hillbilly” stereotype in the media -- and The Wrap calls it “a significant Oscar contender.”

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RUMBLE:  THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD

MONDAY JULY 22


Rumble: Indians Who Rocked the World (Catherine Bainbridge and Alfonso Maiorana) is a documentary
about the role of Native Americans in popular music history. Indigenous influence in American music is
so often overlooked; this movie is a profound, essential and until now, missing chapter in American
music history. Rumble is a film that must be seen and heard, replete with incredibly talented Native
musicians “reshaping the soundtrack of our lives.” Featuring: Charley Patton, Mildred Bailey, Jimi
Hendrix, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Redbone, Taboo, and others.

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