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Mindfulness Movie
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Film Review: The Mindfulness Movement

There have been lots of documentaries in recent years about various aspects of mindfulness, but Rob Beemer’s The Mindfulness Movement seeks to be a total guide to the many div…
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Film Review: The Medicine

The medicine referred to in the title of Farzin Toussi’s documentary is ayahuasca, the fascinating, elaborate, and shamanic Amazonian concoction that the film seeks to promote as b…
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Film Review: Dark Waters

If you just read a synopsis, director Todd Haynes’ Dark Waters might seem like a standard-issue socially conscious legal drama. It’s based on the true story of attorney Robert…
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Film Review: Gift

There is a radical utopianism at the heart of Gift, but for its 90-minute running time, Robin McKenna’s documentary makes you believe such a world is possible. The film, inspi…
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Film Review: The Sweet Requiem

The Sweet Requiem is an admirable, sometimes surprising look at the tragedy of displacement, both the geographic and the psychological kind.

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Film Review: Fantastic Fungi

Louie Schwartzberg’s documentary is a dreamy, informative, and hopeful dive into the world of mushrooms and fungi

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Film Review: Becoming Nobody

This film adds another chapter to the Ram Dass story through archival footage and an extensive interview with the filmmaker.

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Film Review: Honeyland

This movie about Europe's last wild beekeeper is complex, resonant, and visually magnificent.

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Film Review: Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

This powerful, poetic film shows the stunning beauty (and horrific impact) of humanity's creations as we leave the Holocene Epoch and enter the Anthropocene.

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Film Review: The Mustang

Superb acting and tight directing elevate this film about an inmate training a wild mustang.

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Film Review: Genesis 2.0

Alternating between strikingly shot footage of ivory hunters in the New Siberian Islands north of Russia, looking for woolly mammoth tusks, and a gathering of young scientists in B…
Tags: Genetics Film Reviews
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Film Review: A Quest for Meaning

a Ménardière and Nathanaël Coste, one a slick, successful bottled water salesman, the other a documentarian who’s just made a film about water access in India, reconnect after many…
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