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Invictus (12/31/2023) President Nelson Mandela inspires the South African rugby team to strive for the World Cup in hopes of soothing the country's racial tensions. 

The Professional (Léon) (12/31/2023) After a 12-year-old girl's family is murdered, she hides out in the apartment of her hitman-neighbor; and offers to do chores if he will teach her to be an assassin.

The Big Short (3/1/2024) Explores the 2008 financial crisis through the lens of four unorthodox moneymen, who foresaw the consequences of the fraudulent mortgage-lending practices of large banks on Wall Street.

Every Body (9/30/2024) An investigation of how intersex people have been treated and are still being regarded in today's society.

Yves Saint Laurent (11/1/2024) A biographical drama tracing the career of French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. Beginning in 1958, the film follows Laurent from his fateful meeting with lover and business partner Pierre Bergé to the height of his fame.

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Alexander Street 



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►The Silence of Others    

-Reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain’s 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, as they organize a groundbreaking international lawsuit and fight a “pact of forgetting” around the crimes they suffered.

►The Inner Tour  

-Innovatively probes the human side of the Israel-Palestinian conflict crisis, bringing to light, with unparalleled grace and sensitivity, stories of loss and displacement told from the Palestinian perspective.

►Las Raíces de Mi Corazón (Roots of my Heart)

-This drama follows a young Cuban woman investigating her family history, and discovering disturbing revelations about the 1912 genocide, in which over 6,000 members of the Independents of Color were killed by the Cuban Army.

►Buddha in Africa (expires 9/1/2031)  

-A Malawian boy, raised in a Buddhist orphanage, struggles to retain his cultural identity

►Falafelism: The Politics of Food in the Middle East  

-Falafelism follows the iconic Palestinian croquette made from ground chickpeas and fava beans as it rolls its way through world history, cultural identity, class struggle, and international politics.

►The Esmeraldas Beach 

-Sets out to expose the invisibility of Afro-Ecuadorians and rectify the narrative of the country’s history.

►Kafe Negro: Cuba & The Haitian Revolution   

-A film that explores the social, economic & historical ramification of the Haitian Revolution on Cuba.

►Father, Son, & Holy War (Pitra, Putra, aur Dharmayuddha) 

-Explores in two parts the possibility that the psychology of violence against “the other” may lie in male insecurity, itself an inevitable product of the very construction of “manhood.” 

►Inhabitants: An Indigenous Perspective

-Follows five Native American Tribes across deserts, coastlines, forests, and prairies as they restore their traditional land management practices. 

►Reckonings: The First Reparations 

-In the aftermath of the Holocaust, the unprecedented destruction and plight of survivors prompts the unthinkable – German and Jewish leaders meet in secret to grapple with the first reparations in history. 

►Daughter of the Lake (Hija de la Laguna) 

-Nelida, an Andean woman able to communicate with water spirits, uses her powers to prevent a mining corporation from destroying the body of water she considers her mother.




Global Environmental Justice Collection-database list on library website (35 films-expires 6/5/2025)  

-A curated collection of 35 interdisciplinary documentaries featuring underrepresented stories that explore the intersections of human rights, environmental degradation, colonization, industrial development, and climate change.

The Pinochet Case (expires 11/7/2025)

-Augusto Pinochet ruled Chile from the early 1970s through 1990. This documentary chronicles the collapse of Pinochet's violent and corrupt reign. 

Still Waters (Perpetual Access)

-A remarkable one-room school in Brooklyn is facing a tough year. It's the run up to the US presidential election and anti-Latino rhetoric is ramped up--an extra source of tension for a hard-pressed Hispanic community already threatened by gentrification and eviction.


Tingher-Jerusalem: Echoes from the Mellah (Perpetual Access)

-Kamal Hachkar goes in search of a community in Tinghir, Morocco that has vanished - and confronts fundamental questions of his own identity in the process.

Queer China, 'Comrade' China (Perpetual Access)

-This film documents the changes and developments in LGBT culture that have taken place in China over the last 80 years, exploring the historical milestones and ongoing advocacy efforts of the Chinese LGBT community.

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The Conservatives (7/15/2023)

-Chronicles the rise of the Conservative movement in America from the 1940s to the height of the Reagan era.




The Blue Angel - Der Blaue Engel (1/4/2024) Emil Jannings, the quintessential German expressionist actor, stars as Professor Rath, the sexually-repressed instructor of a boys' prep school. After learning of the pupils' infatuation with French postcards depicting a local nightclub songstress, he decides to personally investigate the source of such indecency.

A German Youth (1/9/2024) Based on the rise of The Red Army Faction, German revolutionary terrorist group founded by Andreas Baader & Ulrike Meinhof.

The Murderers Are Among Us (Die Mörder sind unter uns) (1/9/2024) In 1945, after three years in a concentration camp, the artist Susanne Wallner returns to a Berlin in ruins.

Her Third (Der Dritte) (1/9/2024) After having two children with two different men, a newly single and liberated Margit discovers herself. 

Not Just a Game: Power, Politics, and American Sports (2/3/2024) A documentary based on Dave Zirin's book The People's History of Sports in the United States, arguing that far from providing merely escapist entertainment, American sports have long been at the center of some of the major political debates and struggles of our time.

A Berlin Romance (2/5/2024) Mid-1950s Berlin, before the building of the Wall. Uschi, a salesgirl and aspiring fashion model from the East, is attracted to Hans, from the West. 

The Chosen (2/8/2024) Set in the Brooklyn of the 1940s, the film elucidates the friendship between two young Jews of differing factions.

The Dove on the Roof (2/9/2024) The engineer Linda falls in love with not with one, but two of the men on her construction team, in a film that raises questions about the importance of work, love and happiness in socialist East Germany of the 1970s. 

Chungking Express (2/10/2024) Two heartsick Hong Kong cops, both jilted by ex-lovers, cross paths at the Midnight Express take-out food stand, where the ethereal pixie waitress Faye works.

Virus Tropical (2/16/2024) Born in a not-so-conventional family, Paoloa grows up between Ecuador and Colombia and finds herself unable to fit in any mold.

The Earth is Blue as an Orange (2/21/2024) Krasnohorivka: a town on the front lines of the war-torn region of Eastern Ukraine. When poet/filmmaker Iryna Tsilyk first visits the Trofymchuk-Gladky family home, she is surprised by what she finds: while the outside world is made up of bombings and chaos, single mother Anna and her four children are managing to keep their home as a safe haven, full of life and full of light.

24 City (2/23/2024) The conversion of a state-owned munitions factory into luxury high-rise apartments allows for an acute appreciation of Socialism's impact on the Chinese people and the complex social changes transforming the country.

Race- The Power of an Illusion (2/24/2024) Questions the very idea of race as innate biology, suggesting that a belief in inborn racial difference is no more sound than believing that the sun revolves around the earth.

All the Streets are Silent: The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding (4/1/2024) In the late 1980s and early 1990s, skateboarding and hip-hop culture collide in downtown Manhattan. Archival footage from the era showcases the fusion of these two forms of expression.

Monsenor: The Last Journey of Oscar Romero (5/24/2024) In El Salvador in the late Seventies, one man was the voice of the poor, the disenfranchised, and the Disappeared - all struggling under the corrupt Salvadoran government. Appointed Archbishop in early 1977, Monseñor Óscar Romero worked tirelessly and in constant personal peril until the day he was assassinated in March 1980.

Chèche Lavi (9/18/2024) Two Haitian migrants find themselves stranded at the US-Mexico border, with no way forward and no one to depend on but each other. 

La Reine Margot (Queen Margot) (9/18/2024)  She is Marguerite de Valois. He is Henri de Navarre. They are forced to marry in a political move to reconcile France, ripped apart by the Wars of Religion.

The Dinner Game (9/25/2024) When Pierre decided to play a game to see who could bring the biggest idiot to a dinner party he never imagined he'd be the one playing the fool. But when Pierre's selfish ways come to light before the main course he gets his just deserts.

The Women on the 6th Floor (Les femmes du 6e étage) (9/25/2024) A farce about a group of vibrant Spanish maids who shake things up in 1960s Paris

Modern Times (10/1/2024) Charlie Chaplin's last outing as the Little Tramp puts the iconic character to work as a giddily inept factory employee who becomes smitten with a gorgeous gamine.

The Return of Martin Guerre (Le retour de Martin Guerre) (10/1/2024) During the middle of the 16th century, Martin Guerre returns to his village in southwestern France, after being away in the war for almost a decade. 

Herzsprung (10/1/2024)  Johanna, a young mother who becomes a widow and loses her job, is a victim of the general economic collapse. Eventually, she falls in love with a stranger who is new to the town. 

This Changes Everything (10/1/2024) Uncovers what is beneath one of the most confounding dilemmas in the entertainment industry - the under-representation and misrepresentation of women.

Everything Eveywhere All At Once (10/4/2024) When an interdimensional rupture threatens to unravel reality, the fate of the world is suddenly in the hands of a most unlikely hero: Evelyn, a flustered immigrant mother.

Close Up (1021/2024) This fiction-documentary hybrid uses a sensational real-life event--the arrest of a young man on charges that he fraudulently impersonated the well-known filmmaker Mohsen Makhmalbaf--as the basis for a stunning, multilayered investigation into movies, identity, artistic creation, and existence, in which the real people from the case play themselves. 

The Rabbi's Cat - Le chat du rabbin (10/23/2024) Tells the story of a rabbi and his talking cat - a sharp-tongued feline philosopher brimming with scathing humor and a less than pure love for the rabbi's voluptuous teenage daughter.

Crude:  The Real Price of Oil (10/25/2024) The story of one of the largest and most controversial legal cases: the infamous $27 billion "Amazon Chernobyl" lawsuit pitting 30,000 rainforest dwellers in Ecuador against the U.S. oil giant Chevron.

The Painting (Le Tableau) (11/1/2024) In this wryly inventive parable, a kingdom within a painting is divided into three castes: the impeccably colored Alldunns, the incomplete Halfies, and the barely outlined Sketchies who are treated as outcasts.

BPM: Beats per Minute (120 Battlements per Minute) (11/1/2024) In Paris in the early 1990s, members of the activist group ACT UP battle for those stricken with HIV/AIDS, taking on sluggish government agencies and major pharmaceutical companies in bold, invasive actions. 

La Haine (11/6/2024) A gritty, unsettling, and visually explosive look at the racial and cultural volatility in modern-day France, specifically the low-income banlieue districts on Paris's outskirts.

Two Million Minutes (11/13/2024) Explores the four years of high school in the three largest countries on earth -- the U.S., India and China -- by following a girl and boy high school senior in each country.

Yeelen (11/15/2024) Set in the powerful Mali Empire of the 13th century, the journey of Nianankoro, a young warrior, must battle the powerful Komo cult.

Three Colors: Blue (11/29/2024) A blistering study of grief; a tale of liberation, as Julie attempts to free herself from the past while confronting truths about the life of her late husband, a composer.

Taxi (12/1/2024) Jafar Panahi drives a yellow cab through the vibrant streets of Tehran, picking up a diverse (and yet representative) group of passengers in a single day.