Films


William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe
Sarah Kuntsler, Emily Kunstler

The late attorney William Kunstler represented civil rights and anti-war activists, as well as accused terrorists and murderers. In William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe, filmmakers…

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Windfall
Laura Israel

Once a peaceful community, the rural town of Meredith, N.Y., is now torn apart by the recent development of industrial wind turbines.

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The Window Cleaner
Jules Bucher

The Window Cleaner is a charming U.S. Government Office of War Information short that presents the common man during the period of World War II,…

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Window Cleaner
Jules Bucher

Window Cleaner is a charming Office of War Information (OWI) short designed to present the common man of America. Following a window cleaner on his…

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The Winter Garden’s Tale
Simon Mozgovyi

Valentina Voronina has devoted her life to a floriculture pavilion where she tends plants and manages repairs to the greenhouse to keep it alive and standing. This heartrending film follows her transition when she’s asked to retire.

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Winter Light
Skule Eriksen

In the archipelago of Lofoten, off the Arctic coast of Norway, sunlight wanes in autumn and ultimately dips below the winter horizon. Filmmaker Skule Eriksen’s…

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Winter Soldier
Winter Soldier Collective: Fred Aranow, Nancy Baker, Joe Bangert, Rhetta Barron, Robert Fiore, David Gillis, David Grubin, Jeff Holstein, Barbara Jarvis, Al Kaupas, Barbara Kopple, Mark Lenix, Michael Lesser, Nancy Miller, Lee Osborne, Lucy Massie Phenix, Roger Phenix, Benay Rubenstein, Michael Weil.

A rare documentary classic, Winter Soldier captures the terrifying testimonies of more than 200 ex-GIs at the 1971 Detroit Winter Soldier Investigation concerning American atrocities…

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Winter Voyage
Yifat Gat

For twenty minutes, this film communicates the quivering tension between two male dancers who move in intimate tandem in a performance of Israeli choreographer Emanuel…

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Winter’s Watch
Brian Bolster

The longtime winter caretaker of the Oceanic Hotel off the coast of New England welcomes months of solitude, relishing the opportunity for introspection and productivity.

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With God On Our Side: Prophets and Advisors
David Van Taylor

This episode of the comprehensive six-hour series With God on Our Sideexplores the rise of Jerry Flawell’s Moral Majorty and its influence during Ronald Reagan’s presidency.

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Within Our Gates
Oscar Micheaux

This earliest surviving feature by an African-American filmmaker confronts issues beyond the scope of Hollywood studio productions and what the industry once labeled “race movies.”…

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Without a Fight
Jason Arthurs

Nairobi is home to Kenya’s largest slum. Comprised of thirteen villages that are divided along religious and ethnic lines, Kibera suffers from continual outbreaks of…

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Without the King
Michael Skolnik

Swaziland is the last absolute monarchy in the world and one of the few African countries that has never faced a civil war. King Mswati…

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The Wobblies
Stewart Bird, Deborah Shaffer

Members of the Industrial Workers of the World, now in their eighties and nineties, reminisce about their union’s heyday—the textile strikes, free-speech battles, life in the lumber camps—in this meticulously researched history of the Wobblies.

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Wolf Mountain
Dan Duran, Brendan Nahmias, Sam Price-Waldman

At Wolf Mountain Sanctuary in the Mojave Desert, Tonya Littlewolf literally runs with the
wolves, those that were born in captivity and are unsuited for life as pets or in the wild.

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The Wolfpack
Crystal Moselle

A stranger-than-fiction story of six teenage brothers who’ve grown up locked inside their Manhattan apartment, with movies as their only avenue to the outside world.

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Women of the Wall
Faye Lederman

Filmed in Jerusalem at the Western Wall, the most sacred shrine of Judaism, this provocative film takes us into the heart of a ten-year struggle…

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Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
Morgan Neville

This remarkable portrait of the visionary Fred Rogers, who revolutionized children’s television with Mister Roger’s Neighborhood, reveals the origins of the groundbreaking show, the ways it connected to current events, and its impact on the lives of children, and adults, across the country.

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