Articles Tagged with Documentaries

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Hat tip to Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio (via the Google Play app) where I first read / heard about this 2019 documentary.

How a missing Wikipedia entry for Who Let the Dogs Out led to a nine-year hunt for answers,” CBC Radio, Posted: Apr 25, 2019:

‘I found myself really thinking about who actually let the dogs out,’ says director Brent Hodge …” [Link to CBC story.]

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See the Portland premiere of “Kids for Cash,” the documentary about a judge who received millions of dollars from privately-owned juvenile detention centers by ordering the incarceration of 3,000 children.

Link to the following event information from the Youth, Rights, Justice (an independent nonprofit) website:

Tickets for the June 22nd Portland Premiere

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If you’re looking to buy or borrow a DVD copy of either “How to Die in Oregon” or “Hot Coffee, the Movie,” please check the documentary’s website for ordering and availability information.
In the fullness of time, public libraries will have these DVDs in their collections, but documentary and independent film distribution business models are different from mainstream movie rollouts.