“This film is a phenomenon. One of my favorite documentaries of all time.” —Quentin Tarantino Hands on a Hardbody is a documentary about a competition to win a hardbody truck in a small Texas town. It is one of the most enduring and charming portraits of Southern life during the mid-90s and spawned a Broadway musical and a feature screenplay from acclaimed director Robert Altman. Free and open to the public.

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Sherman’s March sets out to follow General William T. Sherman’s infamous scorched-earth march through the Confederacy in the latter stages of the Civil War, but ends up finding something else. Director Ross McElwee in attendance for a post-film discussion. Free and open to the public.

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Told through the eyes of New Orleans' black women, this film shows the 2017 mayoral runoff between two very different candidates and black woman, Desirée Charbonnet and LaToya Cantrell.

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Ester is a trans woman struggling to find her path in New Orleans during the week before Hurricane Katrina. In the face of an evacuation order, she is forced to make a choice that will impact her future forever.

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