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The First Monday in May (2016) : Follows the creation of The Metropolitan Museum of Art's most attended fashion exhibition in history, "China: Through The Looking Glass," an exploration of Chinese-inspired Western fashions by Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton.
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For the first time in 400 years, Redefining Juliet is a unique re-telling of Romeo & Juliet casting six diverse Juliets, tall, small, big, deaf and wheelchair-using but each owning Shakespeare's iconic feminine heroine for themselves.
From 2011 to 2013, hundreds of regulations were passed restricting access to abortion in America. Reproductive rights advocates refer to these as "TRAP" laws, or Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers. While these laws have been enacted in 11 states, Southern clinics, in particular have been hit hardest and are now in a fight for survival. In Texas, less than half of the clinics open in 2013 are still functioning. In Alabama, three clinics struggle to keep their doors open. And in Mississippi, just one abortion clinic remains. Some of the most common requirements with which clinics struggle to comply include: requiring physicians to obtain admitting privileges from local hospitals for any doctor performing abortions, requiring that clinics undertake expensive renovations such as widening hallways by a few inches to accommodate wheelchairs and gurneys they will rarely use, and requiring other regulations usually reserved for hospitals even though abortion providers rarely require such a high level of care. But even in this hostile environment the doctors, clinic owners and staff refuse to give up. Trapped interweaves the personal stories behind these regulatory battles: from the physician who crisscrosses the country assuring medical services are available; to the strong women and men who run the clinics; to the lawyers leading the legal charge to eliminate these laws; to the women they are all determined to help. In this feature length character driven film, our main characters fight alongside a dedicated cadre of attorneys to preserve abortion rights in a country living with the mistaken belief that Roe v. Wade still protects a woman's right to choose.
A remarkable, uplifting film following the extraordinary two year story of a man trying to rebuild his body and his family after a devastating illness. In November 2013 Alex Lewis, father-of-one, caught a common cold. In an extremely rare case, the cold developed into toxic shock syndrome with shattering effects. Alex lost both legs, both arms and part of his face as doctors fought to save him - but, his physical rehabilitation wouldn't prove to be his biggest challenge, rebuilding his relationship with his partner Lucy, and winning back the love of his three year old son, would. Filmed intimately over two years, and from just days after he lost his limbs, filmmaker Leonardo Machado follows Alex's incredible story as he seeks to rebuild his life, his relationships and reinvent himself. He wakes up an alien to himself, and a different father to Sam, his son. Sam can't to bring himself kiss his dad's new disfigured face, and this film follows the emotional path to rediscovering the love between father and son. Lucy meanwhile remains steadfast in her love and support for Alex, never once questioning their new found life, in fact, she remains hopeful Alex may one day propose, something he'd always promised "wasn't for him". With incredible access to a candid and inspirational family, this life affirming film captures a man turning a horrific situation into a triumph of human achievement. Over two years regaining his personality and identity as a father and husband.
J. Cole Forest Hills Drive Homecoming: will tell Cole's life story through the rapper's own words and through interviews with his friends and family.
A PLASTIC OCEAN begins when journalist Craig Leeson, searching for the elusive blue whale, discovers plastic waste in what should be pristine ocean. In this adventure documentary, Craig ...
A past to present fully authorized documentary of Tiffany & Co.
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