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White People (2015) : White People: Documentary on the concept of white privilege and how it effects white people and other cultures.
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A documentary that explores the history and craft of motion-picture presentation through the lives and stories of the last generation of career projectionists.
Born Without Limbs: Australian-born Nick Vujicic was born without arms and legs, but that has not stopped him from leading a full life. Now, 32 and founder of the Los Angeles-based nonprofit Life Without Limbs and a motivational speaker, he gives hope to those born with disabilities. Married with a 2-year-old son, Vujicic is the subject of a short documentary, "Born Without Limbs,"to be aired by TLC on June 17. He shares his inspirational story with NBC's Susan Donaldson James.
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In Columbus, Ohio, a group of teenagers and young adults on the autism spectrum prepare for an iconic American rite of passage -- a Spring Formal. They spend 12 weeks practicing their social skills in preparation for the dance at a local nightclub. Working with their psychologist, they take the challenges expressed in their respective therapy groups from one level to the next: picking dates, dresses, and, ultimately, a King and Queen of the Prom.
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