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The Weinstein JCC's Israeli Film Festival features the true story of a Jewish businessman in World War II Berlin. Read more

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Pocahontas Reframed shares stories in an effort to spread awareness. Read more

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A film at the upcoming Jewish Film Festival at the Weinstein JCC examines the life and work of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Read more

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A Community Idea Stations documentary explores programs that allow people with dementia to live life to the fullest. Read more

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ICA at VCU screens a film about Sandra Bland, an African-American woman who died in jail three days after being arrested in 2015. Read more

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A new documentary from VCU students takes a clean look at Richmond's straight-edge community. Read more

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A new documentary highlights the life and legacy of federal judge Robert Merhige. Read more

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The documentary "Corridor Four," screening April 29 at the Richmond International Film & Music Festival, examines the impact of trauma on the life of a hero. Read more

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The art of making a documentary film Read more

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The VCU professor sheds light on the short but remarkable career of photographer Garry Winogrand in a new documentary. Read more

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Your guide to what's good for the week ahead Read more

Annual health care facility rankings from U.S. News & World Report include three facilities from metro Richmond, plus more of the week's health news. Read more

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Ahead of its screening tonight, learn about the Community Justice Film Series, which works to inspire dialogue and involvement on a variety of community issues. Read more

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The Virginia Historical Society screens a relevant and powerful portrait of a transgender man living in the Deep South. Read more

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The screen gems that captivated us at the 2017 Richmond International Film Festival Read more

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The husband-and-wife team behind the Richmond-based documentary production company discuss their work, including their latest project, “An Outrage,” an exploration of lynching in America. Read more

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A new documentary examines the dynamic between the nation's founders who espoused liberty but kept slaves. Read more

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The Weinstein JCC will screen the 2014 documentary “The Return” Nov. 17 in partnership with the Virginia Holocaust Museum. Read more

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Artist, educator and human rights activist Yewande Austin empowers the most vulnerable among us and inspires the next generation of Richmond leaders. Read more

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Raymond Patton, a Petersburg High School educator and girls basketball coach, is teaming with Richmond filmmaker Derek Wright to explore the black barbershop experience. Read more

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