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Blade Runner 2049 (4/18/2023) Young Blade Runner K's discovery of a long-buried secret leads him to track down former Blade Runner Rick Deckard, who's been missing for thirty years.

Pan's Labyrinth (5/31/2023) A family in Spain moves into an old house in 1943 after the rise of Fascism. Their eldest daughter, at age 12, falls in love with a fawn that lives in the old ruined labyrinth behind their decrepit home.

Los ojos de Julia (Julia's Eyes) (5/31/2023) Julia deals with a medical condition that is causing her to go blind while she investigates the mysterious death of her sister.

Wall-E (9/30/2023) In the distant future, a small waste-collecting robot inadvertently embarks on a space journey that will ultimately decide the fate of mankind. 

Babel (9/30/2023) This global epic explores how the accidental shooting of a U.S. tourist in Morocco impacts a Mexican housekeeper caring for two American children, a deaf teen in Tokyo and a Moroccan family.

The Farewell (9/30/2023) After her grandmother is diagnosed with terminal cancer, a Chinese-American woman returns to China for a family gathering secretly designed to say goodbye to the matriarch.

A Serious Man (10/31/2023) Laughs mix with gasps in this compelling story about a milquetoast physics professor who finds his life unraveling as he deals with his cheating wife, threats to his tenure and a neighbor who likes to sunbathe naked.

The Apostle (10/31/2023) This intense and complex character study written and directed by Robert Duvall. He plays a passionate preacher with a troubled past who, in an attempt to start over, re-establishes himself in a small bayou town under a new name. 

Malcolm X (11/1/2023) A biography chronicling the life and death of assassinated civil-rights leader Malcolm X.

The Truman Show (11/1/2023) The saga of Truman Burbank, the unwitting star of a reality-TV show chronicling his life. Adopted by the network and raised in the zoolike environment of a TV soundstage, Truman doesn't know he's a prisoner on an immense domed city-size soundstage.

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (11/1/2023) When their relationship turns sour, a couple undergoes a medical procedure to have each other erased from their memories.

Mad Hot Ballroom (11/1/2023) This cheery documentary looks at New York City public-school students who learn the basics of ballroom dancing with the goal of entering a city-wide competition.

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.

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A Separation (coming soon)

-A married couple are faced with a difficult decision - to improve the life of their child by moving to another country or to stay in Iran and look after a deteriorating parent who has Alzheimer's disease.

An Inconvenient Sequel (coming soon)

-A decade after An Inconvenient Truth comes the follow - up that shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.

Merchants of Doubt (coming soon)

-Takes audiences on a satirically comedic yet illuminating ride into the heart of conjuring American spin.

Guardians of the Flute (coming soon)

-High in the mountains of New Guinea live the Sambia people, a war-like tribe whose secret rituals of initiation are aimed at making their warriors courageous and bold.

The Lost Leonardo (coming soon)

-The inside story behind the Salvator Mundi, the most expensive painting ever sold at $450 million. 

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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.

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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.





Lumumba (3/31/2023) a gripping epic that dramatizes the rise and fall of legendary African leader Patrice Lumumba.

The Painting - Le tableau (3/31/2023) in this French animated film three characters escape an unfinished painting in search of their creator.

Through a Lens Darkly - Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People (3/31/2023) The first documentary to explore the role of photography in shaping the identity, aspirations and social emergence of African Americans from slavery to the present.

In the Mood for Love (3/31/2023) Hong Kong, 1962: Chow Mo-wan and Su Li-zhen move into neighboring apartments on the same day. Their encounters are formal and polite--until a discovery about their spouses creates an intimate bond between them. 

Ghosts of Rwanda (3/31/2023) Illustrates the social, political, and diplomatic failures that enabled the slaughter of 800,000 people to occur unabated and unchallenged by the global community.

About Elly (4/8/2023) A gripping mystery set among a group of old friends on a holiday retreat. With the return of their friend Ahmad from Germany, a group of old college pals (two married couples and a brother and sister, along with three young kids) decide to reunite for a weekend outing by the Caspian Sea. 

Osun-Osogbo (4/11/2023) Host Bruce Feiler travels to Nigeria with a group of African American pilgrims who are attending an annual festival in honor of the Yoruba Goddess Osun as a way to reconnect with their cultural and spiritual roots.

Cartoneros (4/11/2023) Follows the paper recycling process in Buenos Aires from the trash pickers who collect paper informally through middlemen in warehouses, to executives in large corporate mills.

The Architects (4/21/2023) A portrait of life in East Berlin depicts a young architect whose life and goals are strangled by communist dogma represented by the older generation

Machuca (4/22/2023) Gonzalo Infante, an eleven-year-old boy, studies at Saint Patrick's, a reputable religious school whose students come from the upper middle class of Santiago. The headmaster, Father McEnroe, brings a new group of children to the establishment, all of them from the popular class, in order to educate them without discrimination, in an attempt to promote mutual respect among students from different social classes. 

The Official Story - La historia oficial (4/30/2023) During the final months of Argentinian Military Dictatorship in 1983, a high school teacher sets out to find out who the mother of her adopted daughter is.

Seeking Asian Female (4/30/2023) Steven is a 60-year-old white American man who works as a cashier in a garage and dreams of marrying a young Asian woman. Debbie, a Chinese American filmmaker, documents his obsessive search for potential brides over the Internet because she hopes to make an expose about his "yellow fever." 

Close Up (4/22/2023) 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.

Two Million Minutes (5/2/2023) 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.

Hyenas (5/31/2023) After being kicked out of her African village three decades earlier for getting pregnant out of wedlock, Linguere has returned home. 

Shiva Baby (6/21/2023) A near college graduate, Danielle, rushes to meet her neurotic parents at a shiva. Danielle's day takes an unexpected turn when she discovers her ex-girlfriend, her sugar daddy, his wife, and their crying baby are also in attendance

Our City Dreams (6/4/2023) Shines a light on five women artists whose inspiration is fueled by living in the "cauldron of creativity" - New York City. 

The Anthropologist (8/29/2023) Examines climate change like no other film before. The fate of the planet is considered from the perspective of American teenager Katie Crate.

Chèche Lavi (9/1/2023) Two Haitian migrants find themselves stranded at the US-Mexico border, with no way forward and no one to depend on but each other. 

Please Vote For Me (8/29/2023) Two males and a female vie for office, indulging in low blows and spin, character assassination and gestures of goodwill, all the while gauging their standing with voters. The setting is a third-grade class at an elementary school in central China.

The Preschool in Three Cultures (8/29/2023) Features typical days at Komatsudani Hoikuen in Kyoto, Japan; Dong Feng Youeryuan in Kunming, China; and St. Timothy's Child Center in Honolulu, U.S.

The Preschool in Three Cultures Revisited (8/29/2023) Shot in Madoka Yochien (Kindergarten) in Tokyo, Japan; Sinanlu Youeryuan (Kindergarten) in Shanghai, China; and Alhambra Preschool in Phoenix, Arizona for the new study to reflect new directions in each country's approach to early childhood education.

Memento (9/30/2023) Leonard is tracking down the man who raped and murdered his wife. The difficulty of locating his wife's killer is compounded by the fact that he suffers from a rare, untreatable form of memory loss.

Midsommar (9/30/2023) An American couple, their relationship floundering, travel to a fabled Swedish midsummer festival where they become trapped in a sinister nightmare.

I Dream in Another Language (9/30/2023) Follows a young linguist into the jungles of Mexico as he tries to learn about and preserve a mysterious indigenous language. 

God Loves Uganda (9/30/2023) Explores the role of the American Evangelical movement in fueling Uganda's terrifying turn towards biblical law and the proposed death penalty for homosexuality. 

Hereditary (9/30/2023) When Ellen, the matriarch of the Graham family, passes away, her daughter Annie begins to unravel cryptic and increasingly terrifying secrets about their ancestry. 

Legacy of the Spirits (10/17/2023) This documentary shows how Vodou is a valid and serious belief system. The film interweaves exciting Vodou ceremonies, important scholarly information, compelling music, and images of colorful ritual objects, to show the beauty behind what has been one of the world's most misunderstood religions.

Coming Out (10/31/2023) Although he has a girlfriend who is expecting his child, Philipp, a young teacher in Berlin, meets Matthias and falls in love. After years of repressing his homosexuality, he must finally accept himself for who he truly is. 

Columbus (10/31/2023) Casey lives with her mother in a little-known Midwestern town haunted by the promise of modernism. Jin, a visitor from the other side of the world, attends to his dying father. Burdened by the future, they find respite in one another and the architecture that surrounds them.

African Christianity Rising (10/31/2023) Two Films: Stories from Ghana & Stories from Zimbabwe. These films document the vitality and changing nature of Christianity in Africa. They explore the ways in which it is has become increasingly popular by becoming increasingly African -- that is, by becoming rooted more authentically in local cultures.

Africa: I Will Fleece You (10/18/2025) 30 years after Africa's 1960s independence movements, a generation of Africans inspired by the dramatic political changes around the world, set out to break away from the past, denouncing the one-party state, its nepotism, corruption and economic failures.

Sand Dollars (11/30/2023) An older European woman becomes enchanted with a young Dominican woman who must struggle to make ends meet. Love brings a flow of entanglements in a drama which unfolds like palm trees in an irresistible storm.

Black Art: In the Absence of Light (11/27/2023) The groundbreaking “Two Centuries of Black American Art” exhibition curated by the late African American artist and scholar David Driskell in 1976.

I am Cuba (11/30/2023) Four stunning vignettes to paint a picture of pre-revolutionary Cuba, its culture, and the people who call the island home. 

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.