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“Meth Storm” is a heartbreaking film with no easy answers

Source:  The Film Stage For some who grow up in rural Arkansas, there are limited options: you can either be a meth dealer or a cop chasing meth dealers. Set in the close-knit community of Faulkner County, native sons of the region, Craig and Brent Renaud, have...

GLAAD funds its first feature documentary: “TransMilitary”

Source:  Deadline On the heels of Trans Awareness Week, GLAAD’s Media Institute is giving a grant to help finance what marks its first funding for a feature-length film project. "TransMilitary" is a feature documentary that chronicles the lives of four American...

How Colin Kaepernick inspires “13th” director Ava DuVernay

Source:  GQ Has Colin Kaepernick sparked a movement? When he first gained attention for remaining seated during the national anthem, a heated debate ensued on his motivations, whether or not he had accomplished anything, or if this was disrespect for the American...

“Tony — The Movie” explores the life of a homeless man in San Diego

Source:  The San Diego Union-Tribune "Uh oh trouble,” Tony Rodriguez says as he sees police approaching his tent on a downtown San Diego sidewalk. “I’m probably going to go to jail today.” The scene, filmed on a downtown San Diego street last year, opens “Tony — The...

Filmmaker-monk goes after sex trade in “Stopping Traffic”

Source:  Los Angeles Times However bad you think sex trafficking is — in terms of either the scope or the horrific acts committed — it’s worse. Director and Jain monk Sadhvi Siddhali Shree's “Stopping Traffic: The Movement to End Sex Trafficking” doesn’t merely cite...

“Teach Us All” explores education inequality in America

Source:  CBS News Sixty years ago, the Little Rock Nine, escorted by the U.S. Army and Arkansas National Guard, desegregated all-white Little Rock Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. New documentary "Teach Us All" recalls those events from 60 years ago as...

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