1. If a Tree Falls:
Balanced presentation; extreme example of social activism, for our culture.
2. Sing Your Song:
I didn't know Harry Belafonte, so I ended up learning.
3. The Black Power Mix Tape:
Most experimental in form; a trove of remarkable found footage.
4. Redemption of General Butt Naked:
Won "Cinematography"; the HD footage of crocodile tears was impressive.
5. Miss Representation:
Errm, Catfish was good. Beware your facebook romance. Maybe fictional?
6. Crime After Crime:
Effective at gripping an audience. Kind of glossed over culpability.
An intense exploration of raw grief. Hopeful ending, too long.
8. Beats, Rhymes & Life:
I'll bet this one was good, really good, Morris good...
9. The Flaw:
IGood film if the info was new to you. Late.
10. Connected: An Autobiography about love...
The stuff about brains was good. The rest, hmm, flabby.
11. The Interrupters
Too long by half. Good story, if trimmed down some.