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Ragtag Cinema, in partnership with KMOS-TV, is pleased to present a series of exciting new documentary films to screen in Columbia. We invite you to join us for these and other films, and to support our mission to stimulate and enrich the culture of our community.

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Ragtag Cinema
10 Hitt Street
Columbia, MO


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KMOS-TV presents screenings of the award winning independent film series P.O.V., sponsored by RagTag Cinema and P.O.V.
Admission is free and open to the public at RagTag Cinema located at 10 Hitt Street in Columbia.

Hermanís House by Angad Singh Bhalla
August 8, 6 p.m.
Herman Wallace may be the longest-serving prisoner in solitary confinement in the United States - he's spent more than 40 years in a 6-by-9-foot cell. It is a moving account of the remarkable expression his struggle found in an unusual project proposed by artist Jackie Sumell.

Special Flight by Fernand Melgar
August 15, 6 p.m.
A dramatic account of the plight of undocumented foreigners at the Frambois detention center in Geneva, Switzerland, and of the wardens who struggle to reconcile humane values with the harsh realities of a strict deportation system. The 25 Frambois inmates featured are among the thousands of asylum seekers and illegal immigrants imprisoned without charge or trial and facing deportation.

The Law in these Parts by Ra'anan Alexandrowicz
August 22, 6 p.m.
A tour-de-force examination of the system of military administration used by Israel since the Six Day War of 1967. In a series of interviews, Israeli judges, prosecutors and legal advisers who helped devise the occupation's legal framework, paint a complex picture of the Middle East conflict and the balance among political interests, security and human rights.

Presumed Guilty by Roberto HernŠndez, Layda Negrete, Geoffrey Smith
August 29, 6 p.m.
Imagine being picked up off the street, told you have committed a murder you know nothing about and then finding yourself sentenced to 20 years in jail. This happened to ToŮo ZķŮiga in Mexico City and he was wrongfully imprisoned.