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At 90 years old, Frederick Wiseman has released his 46th documentary, CITY HALL. Through his trademark masterfully edited vignettes and fly-on-the-wall approach, Wiseman dives this time into the inner-workings of the Boston city government, from basic municipal services to social reform and the entrenched systems that stall it.

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For more than 40 years, journalist Robert Fisk has reported on some of the most violent and divisive conflicts in the world. Yung Chang’s documentary THIS IS NOT A MOVIE captures Fisk in action as he travels into landscapes devastated by war, ferreting out the facts and firing reports back home to reach an audience of millions.

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One of the most successful independent films of all time, this early horror docudrama was filmed in Fouke, Arkansas, inspired by the real reports of a Bigfoot-like “Boggy Creek Monster” in the area. Now restored in 4K, THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK bypassed Hollywood distribution and broke ground by becoming the 10th highest grossing film of 1972.

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This moving and insightful collaboration between Tony Buba and Ray Hederson examines Black steelworkers’ fight for equal opportunity and treatment in the workforce. Combining archival footage and frank interviews with dozens of workers, STRUGGLES IN STEEL paints an uncompromising picture of how one culture was hit especially hard by the industry’s collapse.

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LIGHTNING OVER BRADDOCK, Buba’s magnum opus, might have its tongue in its cheek, but its heart is always firmly in the right place. This pseudo-documentary is an eccentric portrait of declining Braddock, PA. Fascinated by the idiosyncratic details of daily life, Buba uses his formidable sense of humor to document the decay of industrial America.

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Tony Buba chronicles the journey of author and Pitt Professor Marcus Rediker as he retraces the path of the brave Africans who rebelled against their captors and seized the slave schooner Amistad in 1839, leading to a watershed US Supreme Court decision that sparked Abolitionist action leading to the Civil War. A selection of Buba’s shorts included.

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