A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps An enlightening and inspiring 60-year history of the Peace Corps. Documentary
All In: The Fight for Democracy Informative documentary on the history of voting rights and the threats to it in our time. Documentary
And Then We Danced (Da cven vicekvet) A moving exploration of coming out queer in a tradition-drenched society. Foreign
Another Round A drunken tumble through midlife crises, which calls for dissection in community conversation. Feature
Beanpole A bleak but powerful exploration of post-war trauma. Foreign
Bruce Springsteen's Letter to You A rousing and rockin' documentary in which Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band record a new album and the Boss offers spiritual commentary on the songs. Documentary
Buoyancy A harsh tale of contemporary slavery and human resiliency. Feature
Burden True story about a black Christian minister who practices love, forgiveness, and reconciliation by befriending a Ku Klux Klan member. Feature
City Hall A detailed documentary showing the many things a city government does for its citizens. Documentary
Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution An uplifting story of disability rights advocates and their ongoing fight for justice. Documentary
Da 5 Bloods A troubling portrait of the Vietnam war and its toxic impact on so many black soldiers who suffered there. Feature
David Byrne's American Utopia An inspiring musical trip through a creative new vision for building beloved community. Documentary
Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy A look at the lively life of the world's leading expert on Mexican food. Documentary
Driveways A cinematic masterwork on dealing with transitions. Feature
Farewell Amor A touching family drama about the sacred powers of dance. Feature
First Cow A gentle portrait of budding friendship in an alienating landscape. Feature
Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind A music-packed documentary revealing all the reasons to love the songs of the legendary Canadian musician. Documentary
Gunda A mesmerizing study of animal sentience. Documentary
H is for Happiness A totally entertaining movie about a young teen who models resilience, kindness, and a vibrantly happy outlook. Feature
Harry Chapin: When in Doubt, Do Something A portrait of the singer/songwriter whose story songs and humanitarian activism prove to be equally inspiring. Documentary
Hearts and Bones A rich and immersive drama about two men dealing with the baggage of their pasts as they try to keep their friendship and marriages together. Feature
House of Hummingbird A coming-of-age story filled with small moments of spiritual wisdom, including a practice for times of sadness. Feature
I Am Greta An enlightening documentary about a passionate young prophet for eco-justice. Documentary
Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President A rollicking documentary about the former president's love of music and hospitality to musicians. Documentary
John Lewis: Good Trouble An inspiring documentary about a moral leader who modeled an ethic of love, nonviolence, and hope. Documentary
La Llorona A ghost story with an urgent political message. Foreign
Little America A joyous collection of portraits of immigrant experiences inspired by true stories. Television
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom A fierce and poetic study of music, history, and racism. Feature
Minari A touching slice-of-life story of a Korean-American family trying to create their own version of the American Dream. Foreign
My Octopus Teacher A documentary illustrating the spiritual practice of reverence by a diver observing an octopus for a year. Documentary
Never Rarely Sometimes Always A deeply touching film that illustrates the healing power of empathy. Feature
News of the World Western about the healing power of storytelling and kindness as a spiritual practice. Feature
Nomadland The remarkable odyssey of a feisty woman who finds community and her true self in her home on the road. Feature
Oliver Sacks: His Own Life A fascinating overview of the life and work of a Renaissance Man. Feature
One Night in Miami A fictional recreation of a gathering of four Black leaders and their sometimes heated conversation about their goals and aspirations. Feature
Palm Springs A romantic comedy about two people forced to really live in the present moment. Feature
Relic An imaginative and moving depiction of dementia’s toll on a family. Feature
Roadkill A political thriller that raises questions about our tolerance for corruption. Television
Small Axe: A Collection of Five Films A powerful anthology of stories about the challenges faced by and the triumphs scored by the West Indian community in London in the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Television
Sorry We Missed You Story of an English family on the brink of financial collapse that will catalyze your empathy for poor and middle-class families. Feature
Soul An animated masterpiece about a soul's adventure that will get you thinking and talking about the life and the afterlife, your passions and purpose, and the spark that sets it all going. Animated
Sound of Metal A quietly powerful portrait of disability, addiction, and recovery. Feature
The Assistant A sobering study of power, complicity, and the enduring violence of silence. Feature
The Father A drama with a mix of sunshine and shadows about a man facing dementia and his daughter struggling to provide him the care he refuses. Feature
The Good Lord Bird A rousing, ribald, and immensely engaging miniseries on the crusade of abolitionist John Brown to free America's slaves. Feature
The Mole Agent Docu-drama about a kind man skilled in listening who goes undercover in a nursing home. Feature
The Queen's Gambit A gripping miniseries revolving around a young woman's success in the previously all-male world of chess tournaments due to her determination, persistent study, and a little help from her friends. Television
The Social Dilemma Explanations and predictions from some of the creators of social media about the consequences of our growing dependence upon digital communications. Documentary
The Trial of the Chicago 7 Courtroom drama about the demonization of dissent which continues to this day. Feature
The Truffle Hunters An absolutely charming cinematic romp with elders and their dogs hunting for a rare delicacy. Documentary
The Truth A subtle exploration of art, artificiality, and complicated interpersonal dynamics. Foreign
Time An intimate account of mass incarceration’s toll on one family and a celebration of the power of love. Documentary
Welcome to Chechnya A gripping documentary about LGBTQ genocide and a brave band of human rights activists trying to rescue those affected. Documentary
What the Constitution Means to Me Live Broadway cast production of a play about how the personal becomes political. Documentary
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