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“Why did you put this ... where people don’t speak the language, so you think they can’t protest?”
“Go get all of ... the food and we will cook it together and eat as a community.”
Herb and Dorothy Vogel travel the festival circuit with filmmaker Megumi Sasaki.
A couple of modest means builds one of the most important contemporary art collections in history.
The Vogels only collected what they liked, and what would fit in their flat.
Herb would negotiate the lowest prices for the best (and most) art he could get.
Christo and Jeanne-Claude gave the Vogels art in exchange for cat-sitting services.
A Tibetan monk must find the child who is the reincarnation of his master.
“Five minutes before he died I held his hand and requested him to come back as a reincarnation.”
“We must find his unmistaken reincarnation, someone who will continue his kind deeds.”
A monk searches in the deep, rural valleys of Tibet for the reincarnation of Geshe-La.
“Love thy neighbor” is easier said than done.
The Parish prepares for Christmas midnight Mass.
The racial divide in Lawrence extends even to the homeless.
Sometimes racial tension boils over into violence.
A journalist investigates the kidnap, torture, and murder of civilians by Indonesia's military.
A troupe of actors — most with learning disabilities — confront the challenges of being different.
Follow members of the Zionist elite from birth to the crisis that weakened the kibbutz movement.
A powerful story about the bond between humans and pets, against the backdrop of Hurricane Katrina.
"All of the dogs and cats you see here are the family member that hasn’t been found yet."
"That dog meant so much to us until it’s ridiculous."
"After Bealice died, it was Bandit and me in this big house."
A filmmaker explains how she learned about life, death, and love from a former drug addict.
Visit a school where American kids are taught social studies, math, and science entirely in Chinese.
Young Vietnamese Americans in New Orleans East mobilized to help their community after Katrina
Four children raise questions about what it means to be American in the 21st century.
For the guardians of the corner parking lot, it’s more than a job … it’s a state of mind.
“People were definitely considering the existential implications of the job.”
“That’s kind of where the evening can turn good or bad a lot of the time.”
“I bought the car. How could there not be a place to park it? Surely, it comes with a parking space.”
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