You can watch - Far East Deep South - 2020 (Documentary) Film
- for free June 9, 2023 thanks to AARP Movies For Grownups Screenings.
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Far East Deep South June 9
FAR EAST DEEP SOUTH is an award-winning feature documentary. When a Chinese-American family travels from California to Mississippi to visit the grave of their ancestors, they stumble upon surprising revelations. Along the way, they meet a diverse group of local residents and historians, who shed light on the racially complex history of the early Chinese in the segregated South. Their emotional journey also leads them to discover how the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 impacted their family and how deep their roots run in America.
2020 Runtime: 76 Minutes Documentary -----> Far East Deep South - Wikipedia
Hilma June 15
Having remained unknown and unrecognized as the woman who invented abstract painting after her death in 1944, a 2019 Guggenheim Museum exhibition devoted to Hilma af Klint’s work became her first major solo exhibition in the U.S., revolutionizing the art world and art history while displacing Kandinsky, Malevich and Mondrian as the fathers of Modernism.
2022 Runtime: 120 Minutes ----> Hilma (2022) - IMDb
All the Lonely People (Documentary) June 23
All The Lonely People is a presentation centered around a documentary film followed by audience discussion. It places a human face on the hidden epidemic of chronic loneliness and social isolation. Built on hope, it shares the latest research and interventions for individuals and communities and leaves audiences feeling empowered and
reconnected. 2021 Runtime: 67 Minutes
Here. Is. Better. June 27
HERE. IS. BETTER. chronicles the stories of four service men and women, whose grit, smarts, and perseverance are on full display as they allow cameras to witness their most deeply personal, inevitably tense, raw, and honest therapy sessions in real—time. The film seeks to bring understanding to how the human mind responds to trauma, to what a diagnosis of PTSD means, and how PTSD can impact daily life, far removed from a military setting. 2021 Runtime: 105 Minutes
Fanny: The Right to Rock (Music Documentary) July 7
The untold story of a Filipina American founded, California garage band that morphed into the ferocious rock group Fanny, the first all female band to release an LP with a major label. Adored by David Bowie, the band's groundbreaking impact in music has been lost in the mists of time until now. Fighting early barriers of race, gender and sexuality in the music industry, and now ageism, the incredible women of Fanny are ready to claim their hallowed place in the halls of rock 'n' roll fame. Fifty years later, bandmates reunite with a new record deal and a second chance to right the wrongs of history. 2021 Runtime: 92 Minutes
BlackBerry July 14
Two mismatched entrepreneurs, innovator Mike Lazaridis and cut-throat businessman Jim Balsillie, joined forces in an endeavour that was to become a worldwide hit in little more than a decade. The device that one of them invented and the other sold was the BlackBerry, an addictive mobile phone that changed the way the world worked, played and communicated. Just as BlackBerry was rising to new peaks, it also started losing its way through the fog of Smartphone wars, management indecision and outside distractions, eventually leading to the breakdown of one of the most successful ventures in the history of the tech and business worlds. 2023 Runtime: 121 Minutes (Comedy-Drama, based on a True Story) ----> BlackBerry (film) - Wikipedia
The Melt Goes on Forever: The Art & Times of David Hammons July 21
David Hammons’ career covers life in LA during a turbulent 1960s up to his prominence within the global art world today by analyzing African American society and its representation within US life. Featuring interviews with eminent artists, curators and critics -- a wealth of archival footage and an evocative soundscape by Ramachandra Borcar that includes Marshall Allen, Idris Ackamoor and Shabaka Hutchings, and a reading by The Last Poets member and hip-hop forefather Umar Bin Hassan. The Melt Goes on Forever is a revelatory journey through six decades of art and culture.
2022 Runtime: 101 Minutes Documentary ----> ‘The Melt Goes on Forever: The Art & Times of David Hammons’ Review - The New York Times (nytimes.co...
The Hidden Power of Purpose July 28
THE HIDDEN POWER OF PURPOSE is a feature-length documentary film, narrated by Debbie Allen, profiling four stories of incredible human beings who are living a life driven by purpose and making the world a better place through their ideas and efforts. The film bridges the inspiring stories with the latest scientific research from academia and industry, interweaving insights from the world’s leading health experts whose work affirms that living a life of purpose and living longer are inextricably intertwined. 2023 Runtime: 72 Minutes
Beyond the Bolex (Documentary) Aug 4
All the Streets Are Silent:
The Convergence of Hip Hop and Skateboarding Aug-11
Maurice Hines | Bring Them Back (Documentary) Aug 17
Straight Outta Compton (Bio | Drama | History) Aug 25