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All up in the Biz / Jenkins, Sacha

Acclaimed director Sacha Jenkins shines a spotlight on the life and rhymes of the 'clown prince of hip-hop', Biz Markie, best known for his Top 40 hit, "Just a Friend." A who's who of legends like rappers Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, Doug E Fresh, and actor/comedian Tracy Morgan shares how Markie's playful approach to the genre made him a hip-hop icon and left an indelible mark in the world of music.

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Back to the drive in / Wright, April
Back to the drive-in
When the pandemic hit, everyone went back to the drive-in, but behind the scenes it's been a struggle for the resilient owners determined to keep their unique drive-ins alive.

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Wild things / Arrow Video (Firm)

Popular and charming, student counsellor Sam Lombardo is no stranger to being the focus of female attention within the moneyed cliques of Florida's Blue Bay. His fortunes are about to change dramatically, however, when one of the wealthiest students at his high school, sultry siren Kelly Van Ryan, accuses him of rape. The charge looks sure to stick when another girl from the other end of the social spectrum, Suzie Toller, steps forward with her own allegations, but Detective Duquette smells something fishy, and the truth is as murky and dangerous as the alligator-infested swamps in the hinterlands of this affluent beach community.

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Out of sight / Cheadle, Don

Meet Jack Foley, the most successful bank robber in the country. On the day he busts out of jail, he finds himself stealing something far more precious than money Karen Sisco's heart. She's smart. She's sexy. And unfortunately for Jack, she's a Federal Marshal. Now, they're willing to risk it all to find out if there's more between them than just the law.

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Ever deadly / Kino Lorber, Inc.

Throughout her groundbreaking career, Inuk throat singer Tanya Tagaq has always had an intimate relationship with the Nuna - the Land - a living, breathing organism present in her improvised performances. Hers is a voice that, according to the New York Times, 'demands full attention, whether she's whispering in her softest register or howling at the sky.' Ever Deadly weaves together intimate concert footage of Tagaq alongside moving personal reflections, stunning sequences filmed in Nunavut, and hand-drawn animation by Inuk artist Shuvinai Ashoona to seamlessly bridge history, landscapes, stories, and songs with pain, anger, and triumph all through the expressions of one of the most innovative musical performers of our time.

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Brief tender light / Collective Eye Films.

As undergraduate students at America's premier technological university, a group of ambitious African students come of age, learning lessons in and beyond the classroom. They embarked on their MIT education with individual ambitions - to run a civil engineering company and be a shining example for girls in Tanzania; to secure a better life for the family in northern Nigeria; to contribute to post-genocide reconstruction in Rwanda; to enter into politics and the fight for democracy in Zimbabwe. Their missions are distinct but fueled by a common goal: to become agents of positive change back home. Even as their dreams are anchored in the societies they have left, their daily realities are defined by America - by the immediate challenges in their MIT classrooms and the larger social issues confronting the world outside of those classrooms. Their new environment demands they adapt. Each is forced to refine their ideas about the world and about themselves, ultimately deciding how much of America to absorb, how much of Africa to hold on to, and how to transform youthful ideals into adult action.

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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.