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72 Hours In Patagonia, Arizona If you’ve stepped into gravel cycling lately, chances are you’ve heard of “Patagonia.” No, not that Patagonia. This small Arizona town, nestled 18 miles north of the US-Mexico border boasts some of the country’s best gravel roads, breakfast burritos, and community gathering spaces. Follow the Coyote Collective as they take […]
In the wake of the Dakota Access Pipeline Protests, Indigenous People across the nation are using their newfound platform to shed light on the wide array of injustices committed against them for centuries in an effort to wake up the world and embark upon the process of decolonization.
The film is based on a transcript from the trial assassins on the french Minister Louis Barthue and King Alexandar of Yugoslavia in Marseille 9. October 1934. The thesis of the film is that WWII start that day in Marseille and the first victim was the two European greatest peacemaker of that time.
The Sun Rises in The East chronicles the birth, rise and legacy of The East, a pan-African cultural organization founded in 1969 by teens and young adults in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. Led by educator and activist Jitu Weusi, The East embodied Black self-determination, building more than a dozen institutions, including its own African-centered school, food co-op, newsmagazine, publisher, record label, restaurant, clothing shop and bookstore. The organization hosted world-famous jazz musicians and poets at its highly sought-after performance venue, and it served as an epicenter for political contemporaries such as the Black Panther Party, the Young Lords and the Congress of Afrikan People, as well as comrades across Africa and the Caribbean.
In effect, The East built an independent Black nation in the heart of Central Brooklyn.
The Sun Rises in The East is the first feature-length documentary to explore this inspiring story. The film also examines challenges that led to the organization’s eventual dissolution, including its gender politics, financial struggles and government surveillance. Featuring interviews with leaders of The East, historians and people who grew up in the organization as children, The Sun Rises in The East delivers an exhilarating and compelling vision, showing just how much is possible.
The Battle of Honey Springs North or South, whichever side controlled Indian Territory, controlled the fate of slavery west of the Mississippi. In the end, the battle at Honey Springs would be remembered as the climatic engagement within Indian Territory and the most diverse battle in American Civil War history. On July 17, 1863, Major […]
On March 6, 1982, 17 year old Tammy Carter disappeared from her part-time job at a Moore, Oklahoma dry cleaners. Her body was found the next day floating in a nearby river. Authorities do their best to ring the bell of justice for Tammy and prosecute the three men accused of the puzzling crime.
Groomed into Human Trafficking. Exploited for 20 years. Her story is one of millions.
Produced in direct collaboration with the Modoc Nation of Oklahoma, Modoc Nation: An Untold Story of Survival features first-hand accounts from the descendants of the Modoc War survivors, breathtaking footage of the California Lava Beds, wildlife native to the traditional Modoc lands, and an original score. This film shares a fresh perspective on the aftermath of the tragic Modoc War, and how the descendants fought to create a new legacy of survival and hope.
Where the winds die Sardasht is a kurdish city in West of Iran. Sardasht is the first city in the world to be victim of chemical weapons with mustard gas bombs at 4:15 p.m on Sunday, June 28th 1987. This film is about before, after the bombing, Also a romantic relationship between an couple and […]