Films


Tongues Untied
Marlon Riggs

A personal-essay documentary, threaded with poetry, song, dance, and monologue, fueled by rage and tenderness. The landmark work of the established journalist and documentarian-turned-artist Marlon…

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Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

In this deft and stirring portrait, candid interviews with the legendary author, as well as colleagues and contemporaries, celebrate Morrison’s inimitable writing career and its profound impact on American literature.

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Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru
Joe Berlinger

A riveting behind-the-scenes look at the well-known business strategist’s once-a-year seminar “Date With Destiny,” where some 2,500 attendees prepare to change their lives.

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Tootie’s Last Suit
Lisa Katzman

The rich tradition of Indian masking by African Americans in New Orleans Mardi Gras has a history rooted in African culture and close ties to…

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Topophilia
Peter Bo Rappmund

Nature and industry clash and converge in this time-lapse experiment that follows the path of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System.

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Tosca’s Kiss
Daniel Schmid

In 1902, Giuseppe Verdi founded a retirement home for opera stars in Milan, which he named Casa Verdi and which he originally supported with his…

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A Touch of Greatness
Leslie Sullivan

A fifth grader protests, “I’m not that sick! I have to go to school!” His classmates march with picket signs that read: “Vote for Shakespeare!”…

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Tough Love
Stephanie Wang-Breal

Two parents navigate the red tape of America’s child welfare system as they fight to regain custody of their children.

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Town Bloody Hall
Chris Hegedus, D A Pennebaker

On April 20, 1971, Norman Mailer met with a diverse group of feminists, appearing on a panel at New York City’s Town Hall to discuss…

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Toyo Miyatake: Infinite Shades of Grey
Robert Nakamura

A beautifully produced biography of a Japanese-American photographer, a mainstay of his Los Angeles community before, during and after World War II. Toyo Miyatake’s old…

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TRANSLATING EDWIN HONIG: A Poet’s Alzheimer’s
Alan Berliner

A transfixing tribute to filmmaker Alan Berliner’s cousin Edwin Honig. Once a master of intricate phrasing, the acclaimed poet now struggles with a fading memory.…

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Trapped
Dawn Porter

When Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers (TRAP) laws restrict access to abortion in southern states, passionate clinic workers and lawyers wage a fight to preserve a woman’s right to choose.

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Trash Dance
Andrew Garrison

An unusual partnership between a dancer and Austin’s Department of Solid Waste Services
results in a public performance starring man, music, and machine.

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Trash Dance
Andrew Garrison

Trash Dance tells the story of an unusual, creative partnership between a dancer, Allison Orr, and the men and women of the Austin, Texas, Department…

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Travis
Richard Kotuk

Seven-year-old Travis has AIDS. Filmmaker Richard Kotuk invites us to witness Travis’s struggle. With his intense yearning for life and understanding of death, Travis describes…

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The Trials of Darryl Hunt
Ricki Stern, Annie Sundberg

One man’s wrongful conviction and 20-year prison sentence remind us of the fear and racism that still contaminate our criminal justice system. Conversation following screening with filmmakers and guests Darryl Hunt, Mark Rabil and Phoebe Zerwick, among others.

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The Trials of Darryl Hunt
Ricki Stern, Annie Sundberg

In a country that boasts a system of blind justice for all, Darryl Hunt’s story is a painful reminder of how race and class biases…

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Tribal Justice
Anne Makepeace

Two dynamic Native American women—chief judges for the state’s largest tribes—draw on tradition and village wisdom to help defendants rebuild their lives, encouraging healing over jail time and punishment.

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