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The Super Mario Bros. movie / Black, Jack
Super Mario Brothers movie
"A plumber named Mario travels through an underground labyrinth with his brother, Luigi, trying to save a captured princess"--www.imdb.com.

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Avatar : the way of water / Cameron, James
Parallel subtitle from container: La
"Jake Sully lives with his newfound family formed on the extrasolar moon Pandora. Once a familiar threat returns to finish what was previously started, Jake must work with Neytiri and the army of the Na'vi race to protect their home"--www.imdb.com.

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Streetwise ; Tiny : the life of Erin Blackwell / Criterion Collection (Firm)
Tiny :
In 1983, director Martin Bell, photographer Mary Ellen Mark, and journalist Cheryl McCall set out to tell the stories of homeless and runaway teenagers in Seattle. These two films together create a frank, empathetic portrait of lost youth.

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All the beauty and the bloodshed / Criterion Collection (Firm)

Fearless documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras's career-long pursuit of truth and justice finds powerful expression in an epic story of art, activism, and survival. Made in collaboration with renowned artist Nan Goldin, All the Beauty and the Bloodshed entwines the mission of PAIN an advocacy group she founded to raise awareness about the billionaire Sackler family's integral role in the ongoing crisis of opioid overdoses with an intimate journey through Goldin's life, from her rebellious adolescence and immersion in New York City's thriving underground arts scene to her personal experiences of addiction and the AIDS epidemic. Through it all, her indelible photographs and candid reflections on memory and trauma reveal her unyielding solidarity with marginalized communities that refuse to remain silent.

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Lynch/Oz / Ascher, Rodney

The themes, images, and cultural vernacular of Victor Fleming's The Wizard of Oz continue to haunt David Lynch's filmography from his early short The Alphabet to his recent television series Twin Peaks: The Return. Arguably, no filmmaker has so consistently drawn inspiration consciously or unconsciously from a single work. Is Lynch trapped in the Land of Oz? If so, what can we learn about his body of work by closely examining how it intersects and communicates with that legendary fantasy? In turn, what do Lynch's films have to say about the enduring resonance of one of America's most beloved classics? Through six distinct perspectives, Alexandre O. Philippe's Lynch/Oz helps us reexperience and reinterpret The Wizard of Oz through David Lynch, delivering new appreciations of both.

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Invisible beauty / Beckford, Tyson

The essential memoir of fashion pioneer Bethann Hardison, this documentary shines a spotlight on one of the fashion industry's most influential icons who, as a pioneering Black model, modeling agent and entrepreneur, has pushed the boundaries of fashion culture and has been at the forefront of progress throughout her career. In her lifetime, the singular and unapologetic Hardison has seen the pendulum swing toward and away from the Black model. At every setback, she spoke up and rallied her colleagues and clients in the industry to advance change. Now in her '70s, the Brooklyn native is writing her memoir, taking stock of her own legacy at a moment when the fashion industry is shaken by a racial reckoning. This is an absorbing record of the racial evolution of fashion and an original contemplation on the life of an unparalleled trailblazer.

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Immediate Family / Henley, Don

Documentary follows the lives and work of legendary 1970s session musicians who were featured on some of the most iconic recordings of the era.

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Joan Baez : I am a noise / Dylan, Bob
I am a noise
Neither a conventional biopic nor a traditional concert film, this documentary is a raw and intimate portrait of the legendary folk singer and activist that shifts back and forth through time as it follows Joan on her final tour and delves into her extraordinary archive, including newly discovered home movies, diaries, artwork, therapy tapes, and audio recordings. Baez is remarkably revealing about her life on and offstage, from her lifelong emotional struggles to her civil rights work with MLK and a heartbreaking romance with a young Bob Dylan. A searingly honest look at a living legend, this film is a compelling and deeply personal exploration of an iconic artist who has never told the full truth of her life, as she experienced it, until now.

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The laps Tasmania / Dreamscape Media

How can we consume less, live our dreams, meet new friends, adventure more, and have a bloody good time doing it? Dustin Hollick and Rhian Slapp have the survival skills of well-trained house pets, on a two-week lap around Tasmania with no cash, no car, no technology, and just ten personal items each. These scruffy surfers leave home to learn the secrets of a well-balanced life and aim to get back a connection with nature that has been lost with the advent of modern convenience. They reconnect with nature, but it is the goodwill and generosity of the quirky humans that inhabit this remote island that makes their journey and survival possible.

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Radioactive : the women of Three Mile Island / First-Run Features (Firm)
Women of Three Mile Island
In this thrilling feminist documentary, indomitable women fight back against the nuclear industry to expose one of the worst cover-ups in U.S. history. RADIOACTIVE: The Women of Three Mile Island is an award-winning film about the 1979 Three Mile Island meltdown the worst commercial nuclear accident in U.S. history and its aftermath. It uncovers the never-before-told stories of four intrepid homemakers who take their local community's case against the plant operator to the Supreme Court and a young female journalist who's caught in the radioactive crossfire.