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Our Towns 97 min.

Directed by Oscar®-nominated filmmakers Steven Ascher and Jeanne Jordan (HBO’s Emmy®-nominated Raising Renee) and based on a bestselling book by esteemed journalists James and Deborah Fallows, Our Towns looks at how small towns and cities respond to setbacks. Finding unexpected connections between personal stories, community actions, and the arc of history, the visually stunning feature documentar...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Exterminate All the Brutes 240 min.

Exterminate All the Brutes is an eye-opening journey through time, offering an incisive look at the history of European colonialism in Africa and the Americas. The groundbreaking series explores the lasting impact of exploitation and genocide on society today, pushing the boundaries of traditional documentary filmmaking by weaving director Raoul Peck’s (I Am Not Your Negro) personal voyage into th...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Exterminate All the Brutes: Part 1 60 min.

In the series premiere, “The Disturbing Confidence of Ignorance", filmmaker Raoul Peck sets out to illuminate the intertwined currents of hate and bigotry running through history. Focusing on the United States’ legacy as a colonial power, Peck explores how race first became institutionalized, the Nazi program of “elimination” and its antecedents in the West, and the looting of the African continen...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Exterminate All the Brutes: Part 2 60 min.

In the second episode, “Who the F*** is Columbus”, filmmaker Raoul Peck revisits the stories of Christopher Columbus, the Alamo, and the Trail of Tears from an indigenous perspective, showing how “official” history is shaped by those in power and solidified by myth and popular culture. Next, he examines the “doctrine of discovery” used to justify the enslavement of millions of Africans and questio...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Exterminate All the Brutes: Part 3 60 min.

In the third installment of the series, “Killing at a Distance or … How I Thoroughly Enjoyed the Outing”, filmmaker Raoul Peck looks back at human migration, trade, and weaponry, and shows how Europeans used industrialized steel to conduct warfare from ever-greater distances. Then, he explores the endless cycle of militarization throughout the centuries – from George Washington’s efforts to jumpst...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Exterminate All the Brutes: Part 4 60 min.

In the series finale, “The Bright Colors of Fascism”, filmmaker Raoul Peck explores the challenge of reconciling America’s true history with its ideals of freedom and democracy, pointing to the struggle for native representation and the legacy of slavery in institutionalized racism today. Reflecting on his time in Berlin, Peck links the modern resurgence of white nationalism with fascism, slavery,...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Black Art: In The Absence Of Light 87 min.

At the heart of this feature documentary is the groundbreaking Two Centuries of Black American Artexhibition curated by the late African American artist and scholar David Driskell in 1976. Held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, this pioneering exhibit featured more than 200 works of art by 63 artists and cemented the essential contributions of Black artists in America in the 19th and 20th c...

Formats: Streaming Copyright Date: 2021

Fake Famous 87 min.

Followers, likes, comments – these are the currencies of fame today. But can the 140 million Instagram users boasting over 100,000 followers all be considered famous? To answer this question, former reporter for the New York Times and Vanity Fair Nick Bilton and a team of social media experts, casting agents, and stylists recruit three starry-eyed Los Angeles transplants to participate in a social...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2021

Between the World and Me 80 min.

First published in 2015, Between The World And Me was written as a letter to Coates’ teenage son, and recounts the author’s experiences growing up in Baltimore’s inner city and his growing fear of daily violence against the Black community. The narrative explores Coates’ bold notion that American society structurally supports white supremacy. Based on the 2018 adaptation and staging of the book a...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2020

The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart 111 min.

HBO Documentary Films presents The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart, chronicling the triumphs and hurdles of brothers Barry, Maurice, and Robin Gibb, otherwise known as the Bee Gees. The iconic trio, who found early fame in the 1960s, went on to write more than 1,000 songs, including twenty #1 hits, throughout their storied career. Directed by Academy Award® nominee Frank Marshall, the fi...

Formats: DVDStreaming Copyright Date: 2020