a texas myth

A Texas Myth

The Glover family invites an indigenous activist group to start a protest camp on their land in West Texas. Roughly 20 miles north of the US-Mexico Border, the Two Rivers camp sets out to fight the same company that built the pipeline at Standing Rock. As more oil and gas projects threaten the region, their struggle reveals much about the colonial legacy of Texas and the price of activism.

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You Gave Me A Song

At 84, folk music pioneer Alice Gerrard performs, teaches, and inspires the next generation while safeguarding groundbreaking moments of her past. LOCAL ANGLES: NC / Durham based director and film subject, folk music, trailblazing women, Ohio, Pennsylvania, DC, NC regions referenced in film.

  • 2020-07-12T16:00:00-07:00
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Attache

The Clinton, Mississippi High School Attache Show Choir is considered to be among the most successful in history. In a region where arts and music funding have been virtually demolished and attitudes to popular music have been slow to change, Clinton public school's music programs manage to thrive. Composed of students from different backgrounds, Attache unites generations of performers and newcomers to travel across the country and complete a heart-pounding routine.

  • 2020-07-19T16:01:30-07:00
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Mossville: When Great Trees Fall

As a centuries-old black community in Louisiana, contaminated and uprooted by petrochemical plants, comes to terms with the loss of its ancestral home, one man standing in the way of a plant's expansion refuses to give up. LOCAL ANGLES: western Louisiana film (Lake Charles), Atlanta-based filmmaker, South Africa, environmental justice, major film festival circuit run, healthcare, access, pollution.

  • 2020-07-26T16:00:00-07:00
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F11 and Be There

F11 and Be There is a commentary on American civil rights, race, social justice, and art, told through the many lenses of legendary photographer Burk Uzzle. With a career that spans over 65 years, Burk Uzzle has created some of the most iconic photographs in American history.

  • 2020-08-02T16:00:00-07:00
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