Documentary Films Seen

Documentary Films seen— (see where located)

The Documentary Film Group hosts special guests and lively discussions
about the films we watch. The format is like a book group: everyone
watches the film independently, then we meet on Zoom to discuss it. We
are careful to choose documentaries available on Amazon, Netflix, PBS,
Kanopy, YouTube, etc.. There may be a price to watch these from those
Everyone is expected at some point to choose a film for the group and help
lead the discussion.
This coming year, we will meet at least once a month ( maybe every other
week depending on interest) on Thursdays, alternating between 11 am and
7 pm. We will try ZOOM for our meetings.
Our special guests the past year have included film directors, activists
personally involved in impactful movements.
Films we have seen include:
“ Searching for Sugarman”;
“Twenty Steps from Stardom”
“This Aint No Mouse Music”
“Crip Camp”
“The Painter and the Thief”;
‘”The Mitfords; A Tale of Two Sisters”;
“Genius of the Modern World: Karl Marx”
“Good Ole Freda”
“ My Octopus Teacher”
“ Soul of a Banquet”
“Letters from Baghdad”
“The Codebreaker”
“Under the Sun”
“Grey Gardens”

“ Beyond the Invisible: Hilma af Klint””
“The Overnighters”
“The Woman who Loves Giraffes”
“ My Darling Vivian”
“Magical Universe”
“The Beaches of Agnes”
“Summer of Soul: Or When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised”
“Under The Sun”
“ Exposing Muybridge”