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Alternative Facts Survival Guide: HOT TYPE: 150 YEARS OF THE NATION

Alternative Facts Survival Guide: Take heart! Today's best journalists arm you with the intellectual tools needed to decode a world of fake news.

In this riveting documentary, Academy Award-winning filmmaker Barbara Kopple examines the history of The Nation, the oldest weekly publication in the United States. Under the inspirational leadership of editor Katrina vanden Heuvel, the magazine remains a hotbed for progressive ideas and hard-hitting investigative reporting, offering an innovative model for speaking truth to power in an age of "fake news".

Exhibition on Screen: MICHELANGELO: LOVE AND DEATH

The towering statue of David, the deeply moving Pietà in the Papal Basilica of St. Peter and his tour-de-force, the Sistine Chapel ceiling—the work of very few artists in history is as well known and well regarded as Michelangelo’s, but the man himself is a mystery to most. Michelangelo: Love and Death looks beyond the masterpieces and delves into an intensely researched exploration of his storied life, daunting ambitions and monumental accomplishments.

Alternative Facts Survival Guide: ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN

Alternative Facts Survival Guide: Take heart! Today's best journalists arm you with the intellectual tools needed to decode a world of fake news.

How do you cover a President who has declared a war on the press? In this classic drama, Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward (Robert Redford) and Carl Bernstein (Dustin Hoffman) break the Watergate scandal and face increasingly perilous threats from the Nixon administration.

SACRED

Exultant and mind-expanding, Sacred takes you around the world and immerses you in spiritual practices in more than 25 countries. Shot by over 40 filmmaking teams, Academy Award–winner Thomas Lennon orchestrates this immersive and revelatory look at religion in its various forms with a celebratory undertone, offering a refreshingly positive tribute to the universality of faith and belief, whether it’s Buddhist monks in Japan or a woman watering her garden in Vancouver. Visually dazzling, emotionally stirring and gigantic in scope—you’ve never seen anything quite like it.

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