and descends into the murky underworld of killers and corrupt policemen.One of the most atmospherically eerie works of American horror cinema, CARNIVAL OF SOULS is a B-movie cult classic that continues to inspire directors today.ALL MY BABIES was written produced and directed by George C. Coley as well as with local public health doctors and nurses and shows the preparation for and home delivery of healthy babies in both relatively good and bad rural conditions among black families at that time.The film is in addition both a deeply respectful portrait of "Miss Mary" who is revealed as an inspiring human being and a record of the actual living conditions of her patients.Following various periods of drug-induced self-destruction and countless groundbreaking musical works, this flame-haired musical madman eventually settled in South Africa -- where he currently resides with his much-younger bride and 39 polo ponies. At the time of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, the Mufti of Rwanda, the most respected Muslim leader in the country, issued a fatwa forbidding Muslims from participating in the killing of the Tutsi.Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at SXSW, Jay Bulger's entertaining and acclaimed documentary also features rock superstars Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Johnny Rotten, Lars Ulrich, Carlos Santana, Stewart Copeland and many more. As the country became a slaughterhouse, mosques became places of refuge where Muslims and Christians, Hutus and Tutsis came together to protect each other.The Starbucks barista's journey involves her deciding between stability in receiving health insurance for working part-time hours and finding a new endeavor where, in her words, she can "be creative" and "work with people".The lawyer works for a boutique law firm, as an underpaid associate.
Filmmaker Michael Rossato-Bennett chronicles the astonishing experiences of individuals around the country whose minds have been revitalized and awakened by the simple act of listening to the music of their youth.Winner of the World Cinema Audience Award (dramatic category) at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and the World Cinema Audience Award at AFI Fest. Fueled by outrage over the Vietnam War and racism in America, they went underground later in the decade, bombing targets across the country that they felt symbolized the real violence that the government and capitalist power were wreaking throughout the world.In 1970, a group of young American radicals called The Weathermen announced their intention to overthrow the U. This Oscar-nominated documentary interweaves extensive archival material with modern-day interviews to explore the group's incredible story.Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, this acclaimed documentary thriller explores the cycles of violence that plague Brazil's upper and lower classes in fits of rampant corruption and violent kidnappings.To illustrate these cycles, the film utilizes highly personal stories that reflect the growing truth about Brazil's huge economic disparities: a frog farm connected to a corrupt politician and one of Brazil's most powerful men; a kidnapping victim who had both ears cut off before she was released; a wealthy plastic surgeon who pioneered the procedure to reconstruct the ears of kidnapping victims; and a kidnapper who has watched others like him escape the poorest parts of Brazil for wealthier Sao Paulo, where the affluent are terrorized by theft and murder.