Jimmy Hoffa on Prison Life

After serving five years in prison, union boss Jimmy Hoffa is interviewed around 1971 or so as part of a Cleveland television show “The Morning Exchange.”

The Last Days of Phil Hartman

Growing up with comedian Phil Hartman in the 1960s Before he found comedy, Hartman enjoyed Southern Californian life in the 1960s. He was the class clown, surfed, picked up painting and lived a rock-and-roll lifestyle. Part 2 – Comedian Phil…

How Black Americans were robbed of their land

Over the course of the 20th century, black Americans have lost approximately 12 million acres of land. This mass land dispossession—a war waged by deed of title, which has affected 98 percent of black farmers—can only be called theft, says…

Is Murder in Your DNA?

In 1987, 18-year-old Tanya van Cuylenborg and her 20-year-old boyfriend Jay Cook left their home in Saanich, B.C., for an overnight trip to Seattle. Their bodies were found a week later. The case remained unsolved for three decades until William…

MANSON (1973)

This film played at the New Beverly on August 9th 2016, followed by a Q&A with the director Robert Hendrickson, who died two months later. Manson remains one of the most powerful documentaries on Charles Manson, chock-full of actual footage of…

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