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The Salt of the Sea

The Salt of the Sea
Sunday, December 22nd
Salt of the Sea tells the story of a vanishing breed of independent commercial fishermen in New England. This documentary shows what happens when a passion for fishing intersects with the power of politics. Contradictory government regulations, corrupt enforcement, and a tough economy all contribute to the loss of a way of life. Featured speaker: Tom Garber, Filmmaker

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McB

McB
Sunday, January 26th
Macbeth is one of Shakespeare’s most daunting plays.  What happens when a group of Brooklyn elementary school students decide to stage their own production of Macbeth? This fly-on-the-wall portrait takes viewers behind the scenes as the student actors draw links between their characters’ emotions and their own, creating a testament to the critical role of arts education in early development.

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All Me

All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert
Sunday, February 23rd
Winfred Rembert, who narrates this moving documentary, is a snaggle toothed character whose youth in Cuthbert, Georgia, during the jim crow era inspires the art he makes now, vivid scenes carved and dyed on leather sheets. Rembert’s good nature belies the horrors he suffered as a young man: after police attacked a civil rights protest in which he was participating, he stole a car to escape, nearly got lynched, and drew a seven-year prison sentence that included time on a chain gang.  Featured speaker: Vivian Ducat, Filmmaker

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