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Film: Voting Rights, Guggenheim Protests, Indigenous Peoples' Day

This week, we've got reviews of a new Aaron Sorkin movie, a documentary about Dolly Parton, and the f
Oct 16, 2020 • View in browser
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This week, we’ve got reviews of a new Aaron Sorkin movie, a documentary about Dolly Parton, and the film version of a Tony- and Pulitzer-nominated play. There’s also a roundup of movies spotlighting Indigenous creators and characters, a short doc about the Guggenheim Union’s ongoing struggles, and more. Enjoy!
– Dan Schindel, Associate Editor for Documentary

What's New
From Capturing the Flag
From Capturing the Flag
The Guggenheim Union held a rally to protest the Guggenheim Museum’s reopening earlier this month. Hyperallergic has an exclusive short film made about the action. Check it out now!
Starting Saturday, Metrograph will be hosting an online screening series about voting rights. The films of We the People: Shoestrings of Democracy tackle the various ways the US has blocked its citizens from their most basic rights.
Latest Reviews
When Nixon Tried to Blame Police Riots on Left-Wing Activists
Debating Whether the US Constitution Should be Abolished
A New Film Celebrates Dolly Parton's Career
Indigenous Peoples' Day Films
From The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open
From The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open
In honor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day this past Monday, this week’s streaming column features movies highlighting Indigenous characters and issues.
This week’s calming video is a walking tour of Tateyama, Japan.
【4K】Walking to sunset at Tateyama, Chiba - slow cat
【4K】Walking to sunset at Tateyama, Chiba - slow cat
Until we can see you in the theater again, stay safe!
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