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Film Review: Our Friend

Directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite and adapted by screenwriter Brad Ingelsby from Matthew Teague’s award-winning 2015 article, the film focuses partly on the remarkable bond shared by these three people.

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Film Review: Planet of the Humans

Planet of the HumansDirected by Jeff Gibbs RUMBLE MEDIA WHAT IF THE green energy technologies that have been touted as potential solutions to the climate crisis weren’t really s…
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Film Review: Chasing the Present

Chasing the PresentDirected by Mark Waters 1091 FILMS HAVING STRUGGLED WITH addiction, loss, and a lifetime of crippling anxiety attacks, James Sebastiano decided to travel the …
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Film Review: The Antidote

The AntidoteDirected by Kahane Cooperman, John HoffmanCINETIC/BRAND NEW STORY The subtitle of The Antidote is “Stories of Kindness, Decency and the Power of Community in Ameri…
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Film Review: Kiss the Ground

Kiss the GroundDirected by Joshua Tickell and Rebecca Harrell TickellBIG PICTURE RANCH/NETFLIX WHAT IF THE SOLUTION to the climate crisis was right under our feet all along? N…
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Film Review: The Mindfulness Movement

There have been lots of documentaries in recent years about various aspects of mindfulness, but Rob Beemer’s The Mindfulness Movement seeks to be a total guide to the many div…
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Film Review: The Medicine

The medicine referred to in the title of Farzin Toussi’s documentary is ayahuasca, the fascinating, elaborate, and shamanic Amazonian concoction that the film seeks to promote as b…
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Film Review: Dark Waters

If you just read a synopsis, director Todd Haynes’ Dark Waters might seem like a standard-issue socially conscious legal drama. It’s based on the true story of attorney Robert…
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Film Review: Gift

There is a radical utopianism at the heart of Gift, but for its 90-minute running time, Robin McKenna’s documentary makes you believe such a world is possible. The film, inspi…
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Film Review: The Sweet Requiem

The Sweet Requiem is an admirable, sometimes surprising look at the tragedy of displacement, both the geographic and the psychological kind.

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Film Review: Fantastic Fungi

Louie Schwartzberg’s documentary is a dreamy, informative, and hopeful dive into the world of mushrooms and fungi

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