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Doc of the Day: The Barber of Birmingham

See the civil rights movement through the eyes of one of its foot soldiers.

Dir. Gail Dolgin & Robin Fryday, 2012, 26 min, Viewed via the POV website

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Doc of the Day: Last Dance

What happens when a children’s author and a dance troupe team up for a show about the Holocaust?

Dir. Mirra Bank, 2002, 84 min, Viewed via Netflix Instant

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Doc of the Day: Bull Runners of Pamplona

So why, exactly, do people run? With bulls, that is?

Dir. Aubrey Powell, 2012, 58 min, Viewed via Vodsite

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Doc of the Day: The Brandon Teena Story

Maybe you saw Boys Don’t Cry. Now learn the real story of the trans man who was subjected to horrific injustice.

Dir. Susan Muska & Gréta Olafsdóttr, 1998, 90 min, Viewed via Netflix Instant

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Doc of the Day: The American Scream

Some people love Halloween. Other people LOVE Halloween.

Dir. Michael Stephenson, 2012, 90 min, Viewed in the Theater

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Doc of the Day: Trumbo

The story of a writer who, much like Maggie Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis, refused to back down.

Dir. Peter Askin, 2007, 95 min, Viewed via Netflix Instant

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Doc of the Day: One Bright Shining Moment

George McGovern died yesterday. Here’s why you should mourn him.

Dir. Stephen Vittoria, 125 min, 2005, Viewed via Netflix Instant

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