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A great short documentary about the history of the Riot Grrrl movement, Don't Need You is a must-watch for anyone interested in feminist movements, Olympia history, zine culture, and the history of women in punk rock. One-on-one interviews plus rare, archival materials (Riot Grrrl fanzines, flyers, and photographs), and seldom seen footage from pioneering Riot Grrrl bands like Bikini Kill, Heavens to Betsy, and Bratmobile...[ continued ]

Nik Nerburn decolonizes the Paul Bunyan folk myth, connects it to the violent history of Minnesota, and provides possible counter histories. A fascinating and playful forty-minute long experimental documentary.

"In the Shadow of Paul Bunyan is an experimental first person documentary about colonial heritage, mythmaking in northern Minnesota, the US/Dakota war of 1862 and a certain iconic pair of roadside attractions in Bemidji, Minnesota...[ continued ]

In this tragically beautiful short-length animated film, we’re given a week through the dream-like eyes of the moon--a depressed gentle giant whose few friends include a pack of wolves, an invisible person, and a boy on a garbage pile in space. Mailmen in hot air balloons, the architecture of teeth, whales, birds, and ghostly clouds all make appearances.

I find this film to be as heart-breaking as it is hilarious, an experience that brings a little more magic into the world...[ continued ]

Passions Just Like Mine is a surprising documentary about the large number of Latino music fans in the Los Angeles area whose lives have been transformed by Morrissey. The variety of perspectives and the ways people in the film relate to the music and persona of Morrissey is completely fascinating. A sweet and tender portrait of both the man and the fans. From the director of the riot grrrl documentary,[ continued ]