Howard Zinn’s “Marx In Soho” (10/08/05 and 10/09/05)

The Sanctuary 3361 6th Ave, Troy, United States

Jerry Levy presents Howard Zinn's one man play, Marx in Soho, which portrays the return of Marx. Embedded in some secular afterlife where intellectuals, artists, and radicals are sent, Marx […]

“The Abortion Diaries” with Filmmaker Penny Lane

A free screening of The Abortion Diaries (2005), a new documentary by Sanctuary co-founder, Penny Lane. Introducing you to 12 women who want to share their abortion stories with you. […]

“Still We Ride” with Filmmakers Andrew Lynn and Elizabeth Press

The Sanctuary 3361 6th Ave, Troy, United States

Fresh from their European tour, filmmakers Andrew Lynn (creator of Troy Bike Rescue) and Elizabeth Press (aka EP, producer at Democracy Now!) present Still We Ride, a documentary film that […]

An Evening with Citizen Reno

Stream of consciousness political comedy from the creator of Rebel Without a Pause, Reno In Rage and Rehab, The god Show, and other stage and screen classics. Reno is a […]

Cardboard Chaos Presents: “When the Levee Breaks”

Once  again Cardboard Chaos hits the road in its annual tour to help shut down the U.S. Army School ofthe Americas. The show features Uncle Sam’s Little Global Circus and […]

Presenting Diane Wilson

Calling All Unreasonable Women (and the men who support them)! The author of An Unreasonable Woman tells the true story of one woman’s fight to save her town and her […]

Tom Lopez of ZBS Media

The Sanctuary 3361 6th Ave, Troy, United States

As heard on National Public Radio, Tom Lopez will be exploring 35 years of creative independent audio production ranging from comic-cosmic adventures, science fiction and mystical mysteries- some with spiritual […]

Gringo-thon: The Films of Greg Berger

The Sanctuary 3361 6th Ave, Troy, United States

Greg Berger's award-winning films and lectures address critical social and political issues concerning grassroots movements in Mexico, as well as relations between the United States and Mexico.  His films include […]

“Operation: Dreamland” with Filmmaker Garrett Scott

The Sanctuary 3361 6th Ave, Troy, United States

Occupation: Dreamland is an unflinchingly candid portrait of a squad of American soldiers deployed in the doomed Iraq city of Fallujah during the winter of 2004. A collective study of […]

Journalist Dahr Jamail of Iraq Dispatches

The Sanctuary 3361 6th Ave, Troy, United States

In late 2003, weary of the overall failure of the US media to accurately report on the realities of the war in Iraq for the Iraqi people, Dahr Jamail went […]

Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival: “Al Otro Lado”

The Sanctuary 3361 6th Ave, Troy, United States

Thousands of people try to cross the Mexico/U.S. border every year. Al Otro Lado (To the Other Side) directed by Natalia Almada, tells the human story behind illegal immigration and drug […]

Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival: “Awake Zion”

The Sanctuary 3361 6th Ave, Troy, United States

Awake Zion (Monica Haim) is a documentary that explores the unsuspecting connections between Rasta, Reggae, and Judaism, through one woman's beat-laden adventure into the meaning of identity. All the way […]

Prison Activist Robina Courtin and “Chasing Buddha”

The Sanctuary 3361 6th Ave, Troy, United States

Chasing Buddha (2000) is a documentary by acclaimed Austrian filmmaker Amiel Courtin-Wilson about Robina Courtin, an Australian ex-Catholic, ex-political activist and feminist who has been a Buddhist nun since 1978. […]

“Tying the Knot” with Filmmaker Jim de Séve

The Sanctuary 3361 6th Ave, Troy, United States

Jim de Séve's 2004 documentary Tying the Knot digs deeply into the meaning of marriage today. From an historical trip to the Middle Ages, to gay hippies storming the Manhattan […]

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