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Throughout April 2024

Doc Spotlight

Doc Spotlight

Upcoming Screenings

BUTTERFLY IN THE SKY
Ends Thu, Apr 18

BUTTERFLY IN THE SKY

A new feature-length documentary chronicling the legacy of one of the most important and influential children's television shows of all time, Reading Rainbow.
INDIGO GIRLS: IT’S ONLY LIFE AFTER ALL
Encores: Fri-Thu, Apr 19-25

INDIGO GIRLS: IT’S ONLY LIFE AFTER ALL

With joy, humor and heart-warming earnestness, Sundance award-winning director Alexandria Bombach brings us into a contemporary conversation with Indigo Girls Amy Ray and Emily Saliers — alongside decades of the band's home movies and intimate present-day verité.
GRIZZLY MAN
Wed, Apr 17 at 8:00pm

GRIZZLY MAN

Werner Herzog’s devastating tale of activist Timothy Treadwell compiled from video footage the ardent conservationist shot of his adventures living among a tribe of wild grizzly bears.
THE TUBA THIEVES
Thu-Sun, Apr 18-21

THE TUBA THIEVES

Director Alison O'Daniel, who is hard of hearing, uses a series of tuba thefts in Los Angeles high schools as a jumping-off point. Through several d/Deaf people telling stories in a unique game of telephone, the central mystery isn’t about the theft of instruments — it’s about the nature of sound itself. All screenings feature Open Captions
LOST ANGEL: THE GENIUS OF JUDEE SILL
Mon, Apr 22 at 8:00pm

LOST ANGEL: THE GENIUS OF JUDEE SILL

The never-before-told story of folk-rock icon Judee Sill, who in just two years went from living in a car to appearing on the cover of Rolling Stone. Featuring Linda Ronstadt, Jackson Browne, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Fleet Foxes, David Geffen, and more.
KIM’S VIDEO
Wed-Sun, Apr 24-28

KIM’S VIDEO

With the ghosts of cinema past leading their way, co-director David Redmon and Ashley Sabin embark on a seemingly quixotic quest to track down what happened to the legendary Kim’s Video collection and free it from purgatory.

Past Screenings

FOOD, INC. 2
Tue, April 9 at 5:20pm, 7:30pm

FOOD, INC. 2

In the well-timed sequel, FOOD, INC. 2, comes "back for seconds" to reveal how corporate consolidation has gone unchecked by our government, leaving us with a highly efficient — yet shockingly vulnerable — food system dedicated only towards increasing profits.