Someone is killing the young women of Juarez. Since 1993, over 270 young women have been raped and murdered in a chillingly consistent and brazen manner. Crafting a film that is both a poetic meditation and mystery, Lourdes Portillo's Senorita Extraviada is a haunting investigation into an unspeakable crime wave amid the corruption of one of the biggest border towns in the world.
Alan Berliner puts his late grandfather, Joseph Cassuto, at the center of a personal, single-family saga that shines a light into the silent, shadowy corners that are present in all families. When the film premiered at the New York Film Festival, The New York Times called it 'a rich, tumultuous portrait of family life with a powerful, bittersweet universality.'
It's baptism by fire when a political underdog takes on the closest thing to American royalty. Joshua Seftel gives us a behind-the-scenes look at neophyte Kevin Vigilante's campaign against Patrick Kennedy for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. The New England physician learns the hard way how modern politics are fought in this Rhode Island race.
A self-described 'good Southern Baptist girl,' Shelby Knox herself has pledged abstinence until marriage. When she finds that Lubbock has some of the highest rates of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases in the state, and her county's high schools teach abstinence as the only safe sex, she becomes an unlikely advocate for comprehensive sex education.
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