2017, Forgotten Man Films, 85 min, USA, Dir: Jason Wise

The greatest untold story in showbiz is also the longest career it ever had. Rose Marie was a child star before Shirley Temple was born, sang for Al Capone, opened the first big casino in Las Vegas and changed the world by playing a female writer on “The Dick Van Dyke Show” when women didn't work on TV. Spanning vaudeville, radio, Broadway, film, television and more, this new documentary tells the story of American entertainment through the eyes of the legendary performer, with rare footage and interviews from several celebrated colleagues.

2016, Oscilloscope Films, 79 min, Turkey/USA, Dir: Ceyda Torun

Hundreds of thousands of Turkish cats roam the metropolis of Istanbul freely; for thousands of years they’ve been an essential part of the community. Claiming no owners, the cats of Istanbul live between two worlds, neither wild nor tame - and they bring joy and purpose to those people they choose to adopt. This charming documentary will make you think about our relationship to nature and each other, and will make you feel as if a feline friend just snuggled up beside you.

2017, Stone Films, 105 min, USA, Dir: Drew Stone

This incredible journey through the iconic New York hardcore scene is not the typical history of a local music scene but so much more. Shot in an episodic format, the film contains more than 60 interviews, never-before-seen footage, photos and a blazing soundtrack. With appearances by Roger Miret and Vinnie Stigma (Agnostic Front), Lou Koller, Craig Setari (Sick of It All), Ray Cappo (Youth of Today), Billy Graziadei (Biohazard), Billy Milano (S.O.D. and M.O.D.) and Mike Judge (Judge), the film addresses the community, culture, straight-edge and DIY ethic of the hardcore scene in the greatest city in the world - a scene that is still vibrant, relevant and going strong to this day.

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