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Life Itself

Official Selection, Sundance 2014

“[A] moving, meticulous portrait”- Variety

Based on his memoir, Life Itself recounts the surprising and entertaining life of world-renowned film critic Roger Ebert—a personal, wistful, funny, painful and transcendent story.

WED, SEPT 3 & THU, SEPT 4, select times

Screening as part of the Doc Days of Summer series (AUG 29 - SEPT 4)

Finding Vivian Maier

Official Selection, TIFF 2013

“Striking.”- The Globe and Mail

Discover Vivian Maier, a career nanny whose previously unknown cache of 100,000 photographs has earned her a posthumous reputation as one of America's most accomplished street photographers.

SUN, AUG 31 & TUES, SEPT 2, select times

Screening as part of the Doc Days of Summer series (AUG 29 - SEPT 4)

Korengal

“Engaging.”- The Hollywood Reporter

Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney examines the controversial life of Nigeria’s most famous musician, Afrobeat superstar Fela Kuti, a revolutionary voice during the 70s who used music as his weapon.

FRI, AUG 29 & TUES, SEPT 2, select times

Screening as part of the Doc Days of Summer series (AUG 29 - SEPT 4)

Fed Up

Official Selection, Hot Docs 2014

“Powerful.”- The Globe and Mail

This provocative and revealing exposé of the food industry and weight issues turns perspectives on diet, nutrition and health inside out, and just might change the way you eat…forever!

SUN, AUG 31 & TUES, SEPT 2, select times

Screening as part of the Doc Days of Summer series (AUG 29 - SEPT 4)

Particle Fever

Audience Award Winner, Sheffield Doc/Fest 2013

 “Mind-blowing.”- The New York Times

Follow six scientist working at CERN's incredible Large Hadron Collider and have a front-row seat to the greatest scientific discovery of our time.

SAT, AUG 30 & MON, SEPT 1, select times

Screening as part of the Doc Days of Summer series (AUG 29 - SEPT 4)

The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz

Official Selection, Hot Docs 2014

 “Engrossing.”- NOW Magazine

An inspiring and emotional portrait of Internet visionary and activist Aaron Swartz explores how one of the most promising minds of a generation found himself staring down a government prosecuting him under the very laws he was fighting against.

FRI, AUG 29 & MON, SEPT 1, select times

Screening as part of the Doc Days of Summer series (AUG 29 - SEPT 4)

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