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A radiant, decades-long story of romance and longing—and a candid take on the American Dream—Academy Award® nominee Heidi Ewing’s narrative debut unfolds with startling intimacy and beautifully pays homage to its real-life subjects.

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Director Garrett Bradley won a Best Directing award at Sundance for this intimate documentary, in which she paints a mesmerizing portrait of the resilience and radical love necessary to prevail over the endless separations of the country’s prison-industrial complex.
When an Irish veterinary student tries to establish contact with her biological mother, she unearths the shocking truth about the troubling nature of how she came into this world. Christine Molloy + Joe Lawlor direct this nerve-racking, slow burn thriller that is as precise as it is unpredictable.

In the aftermath of the Parkland shooting on Valentine’s Day 2018, students’ frustration at the inaction of elected officials grew into the largest youth protest in American history. Peabody Award-winning director Kim A. Snyder follows the nationwide March For Our Lives movement from its inception.
When a traumatic accident leaves a couple (Sienna Miller + Diego Luna) in a surreal state of being, they go on a disorienting journey through the duality of their shared moments. In Tara Miele's emotionally moving story, they must reflect on their past in order to face their uncertain future.
Through the eyes of three canine outcasts on the streets of Istanbul, where it is illegal to euthanize stray dogs, Elizabeth Lo paints an intimate picture of the life of a city and its people in this sensory voyage into new ways of seeing, and an exploration of what it means to live without status or security.
In this intimate and wide-ranging conversation, the Academy Award®–winning actress discusses the roles that have made her an acting icon. 
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