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  • November 4
    10:00 PM
    Decade of Fire
    After an epidemic of fires in the 1970s, people in the South Bronx banded together amidst the rubble and built a better future for their children.
  • November 11
    10:00 PM
    The Interpreters
    Afghan and Iraqi interpreters risked their lives aiding American troops and are now in danger unless they emigrate.
  • November 18
    10:30 PM
    Conscience Point
    A Native American activist fights to protect her tribe from the onslaughts of development in the Hamptons.
  • December 16
    10:00 PM
    ATTLA tells the gripping but little-known story of legendary Alaska Native dogsled champion, George Attla.
  • January 27
    10:00 PM
    The First Rainbow Coalition
    The history and legacy of a groundbreaking multiethnic alliance of community groups that changed the face of 1960s Chicago politics.
  • February 3
    10:00 PM
    Leftover Women

    Leftover Women follows three successful women — Qiu Hua Mei, a lawyer; Xu Min, who works in public radio; and Gai Qi, an assistant college professor– who, despite thriving careers, are labeled “leftover women,” or sheng nu, a derogatory term for educated, professional women in their mid-20s and ’30s who are not married. With 30 million … READ MORE

  • February 10
    10:00 PM
    Cooked: Survival by Zip Code

    In July 1995, a heat wave overtook Chicago: high humidity and a layer of heat-retaining pollution drove the heat index up to more than 126 degrees. City roads buckled, rails warped, electric grids failed, thousands became ill and people began to die — by the hundreds. Cooked tells the story of this heat wave, the most traumatic … READ MORE

  • February 24
    10:00 PM
    Always in Season
    Always in Season explores recent grassroots efforts to acknowledge the victims of lynching, repair the damage, and reconcile in four U.S. communities.
  • March 30
    10:00 PM
    One Child Nation
    Nanfu Wang uncovers the startling, untold history of China's One-Child policy.
  • April 13
    10:00 PM
    Haunted by the death of a mentally ill sister, psychiatrist Ken Rosenberg takes on the role of filmmaker to examine a national health crisis.
  • April 20
    10:00 PM
    The Hottest August

    Future generations will ask us this question: What were we doing while the planet burned? The Hottest August attempts to answer the question during one sweltering month in New York in 2017. A portrait of collective anxiety, the film seeks out New Yorkers close to the flame. Headlines toggle between wildfires on one coast and hurricanes on … READ MORE

  • April 27
    10:00 PM
    Jim Allison: Breakthrough
    The astounding, true story of one warm-hearted, stubborn man’s visionary quest to find a cure for cancer.
  • May 25
    10:00 PM
    Eating Up Easter

    More than just a picture postcard of iconic stone statues, Rapa Nui, also known as Easter Island, is a microcosm of a planet in flux. Native Rapanui grapple with a booming tourism trade that brings in money – and waste – and a changing climate that threatens the fragile ecology on the island. Rapanui filmmaker … READ MORE

  • June 22
    10:00 PM
    Pipe Dreams

    Held every three years in Montreal, a city with a long-standing tradition of organ concerts, the Canadian International Organ Competition is open to virtuosi under age 35 from around the world. Pipe Dreams focuses on five of these ultra-talented organ players, each with their own pressures and abilities. For Yuan Shen, the daughter of China’s … READ MORE