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FACETS KIDS, VOL. 2: EMBRACING DIFFERENCES
$24.95

We're all different. Some of us are tall, some short. Some dance to hip-hop while others Irish step. Embracing our differences illuminates what make us unique, and the ways we can use our differences to bring us closer together. These films hail from an assortment of countries, from the USA all the way to Australia, and have a lot to teach us about embracing what makes us, well, us!
FACETS KIDS, VOL. 1: THE POWER OF IMAGINATION
$24.95

Your imagination is your superpower -- it allows you to create and destroy, to build up walls and to tear them down. As you watch The Power of Imagination, you will meet characters from all over the world who use their imaginations to soar high in the sky on origami airplanes, scale skyscrapers, fight crime, create time machines, and even build new worlds!
DISRUPTIVE FILM: EVERYDAY RESISTANCE TO POWER, VOL.1
$39.95

With this collection, curators Ernest Larsen and Sherry Millner have successfully established a new history of film as political resistance. Volume 1 is made up of four distinct programs with 26 short-form experimental non-fiction films. These radical global narratives span from 1914 to the early 21st century and truly represent the diversity in approaches to documentary filmmaking.
UNSEEN, THE
$29.95

At a school for the blind, students exuberantly show off their remarkable talents as musicians, as radio announcers, as daredevil bicyclists, and most unexpected of all, as photographers. In this extraordinary, intimate, and often funny documentary about how blind children view the world, Czech filmmaker Miroslav Janek opens a window into their lives.
TOYEN
$29.95

Jan Nemec, a leading filmmaker of the Czech New Wave, creates an original portrait of one of the most provocative artists of the 20th century: Toyen. As a female artist, Toyen broke through the male-dominated art world to create paintings and drawings often erotic in nature. She co-founded the surrealist movement in Prague, survived the Nazis, and was an active member of the French surrealist circle.