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  • Jacques Romain: Passion for a Country

    Poet, novelist, journalist, activist, ethnologist, and cultural attache Jacques Roumain inspired the people of his native Haiti, but he also made enough enemies that his premature death in 1944 still intrigues conspiracy theorists. more...
  • A Jamaâ

    In this 2010 Moroccan drama, residents of a small village turn a dilapidated film set into a mosque. more...
  • Jazz Forum XXXVI

    Performance footage from the late 50s, featuring the Maynard Ferguson Orchestra, Andre Previn with Shelly Manne and Red Mitchell, and Ahmed Jamal and Ben Webster. more...
  • Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child (NR)

    Tamra Davis’s documentary on the first African-American to become an international art star centers on interview footage she shot of him in the 80s, around which she weaves the narrative of Basquiat’s life without offering much insight into his art. more...
  • Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten

    According to this profile of the Clash's front man and guiding conscience, Joe Strummer wept when he learned from a news report that "Rock the Casbah" had been inked on the side of a U.S. bomb dropped on Iraq. more...
  • Johnny Cash Christmas Special 1979

    For his fourth holiday outing, the Man in Black returns to his musical roots in Arkansas and Nashville, with June Carter Cash, Anne Murray, and prankster comedian Andy Kaufman joining the celebration. more...