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Capital in the 21st Century

ONLINE / ALL DAY

Capital in the 21st Century is the blistering documentary on wealth, the ever increasing accumulation of money and power, and why people everywhere are poorer and poorer with less and less opportunity.

$12.00

16 Bars

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“16 Bars” is a gripping documentary directed by Samuel Bathrick which focuses primarily on the journey of Speech—aka Todd Thomas from the band Arrested Development—who went behind the walls in the city jail of Richmond, VA. This is a unique program for Richmond and a deeper look at how the power of music can impact a person’s life and those around them. Yes, it gets that deep.

$4.99

Someone, Somewhere

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Two lonely neighbors would be perfect for each other if only they could overcome their individual hang-ups and stop substituting computer screens for real connections.

$10

1 Angry Black Man

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As graduation nears, a senior attends an African-American literature class that is taught by his favorite professor, but on this day he feels sad, isolated and angry.

$4.99

In My Blood It Runs

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When child healer Dujuan cannot run nor fight alone, he discovers the resilience and resistance of many generations of his people and faces the history that runs straight into him.

$10

Quarantine Cat Film Fest

ONLINE / ALL DAY

Amateur filmmakers from around the world filmed their beloved cats during COVID-19 stay-at-home orders. This compilation reel brings together the cutest, funniest, and most-loving of these videos, exclusively filmed during the pandemic.

$12

Conserving Maine’s Coast: From a Ripple to a Roar

ONLINE / ALL DAY

Almost astonishingly, less than 1% of Maine's coast offers guaranteed public access, and many conservationists are in an upstream battle to save the precious few remaining parcels.

$6.99

John Lewis: Good Trouble

ONLINE / ALL DAY

This backstory helps give perspective on how John Lewis would go on to become the civil rights hero and champion who stood on that bridge in Selma during the peaceful march that became known as Bloody Sunday, when he was almost killed by white police officers.

$12

Our film distributors are teaming up with you, the audience, to support us, The Colonial Theater. You can help us out while watching these releases from the safety of your home. When you buy a ticket for ONLINE SHOW, 50% of the net proceeds will go directly to the theater. ENJOY THE MOVIES!