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Real Boy

A film by Shaleece Haas.

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Recovering Irma

This is a transformational, character-driven documentary that follows filmmaker Sandra Salas as she searches for a way to break the cycle of domestic violence in her family, while learning to forgive the unforgivable.

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The Red Pill

The Red Pill is a documentary film directed by award winning documentarian Cassie Jaye. While researching rape culture, Jaye stumbled upon the brash online community of the men’s rights movement (MRM). As a self-proclaimed feminist, the rhetoric of the MRM shocked Jaye. With determination to understand this mysterious world of men’s rights activism, Jaye traveled further down the rabbit hole and found a counter perspective to politically charged gender topics.

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Redemption

Redemption is the story of Oakland's bottom one percent. Shot in Dogtown, West Oakland, this documentary follows four homeless recyclers–a fallen priest, a former gang leader, a widow and a punk rocker.

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Reno and the Romance of Divorce

Reno & the Romance of Divorce reveals the untold story of how a band of State Legislators, lawyers and a few savvy ranch and hotel owners re-shaped our understanding of marriage and gave American women the power to define their lives more than ever before.

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Resurrecting Love

Resurrecting Love is the story of an ongoing racial conflict in East Texas over an African American burial ground named Love Cemetery. Now surrounded by private landowners in the countryside, access to the cemetery is mandated by Texas law. Yet one local timber corporation obstructs the community's access to their buried ancestors.

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Richard Cohen Films

Richard Cohen Films produces and distributes documentaries about human dignity and pursuit of justice.

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Ride

Do you remember your first carousel ride? Wendy Kirbey does, and when her hometown needed an economic boost she had an idea: build a carousel, from scratch, using old world craftsmanship.

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Robert Bly: A Thousand Years of Joy

A Thousand Years of Joy reveals how poet, translator, activist and gadfly Robert Bly has influenced America's cultural landscape over the last fifty years.

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Romeo is Bleeding

Even as friends and family are taken from him, a young poet, Donte Clark, creates art in his hometown of Richmond, CA, in order to change the violent trajectory of the city.

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