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Pulling back the dark veil of the Satanic Panic of the 1980s.

Preschool Panic

Pulling back the dark veil of the Satanic Panic of the 1980s.

from The Document

Filmmaker Travis Wilkerson brings us the story of the made-in-secret documentary “Underground.”

Underground

Filmmaker Travis Wilkerson brings us the story of the made-in-secret documentary “Underground.”

from The Document

The story of two films - a narrative and a documentary - made inside a fully functioning, maximum-security prison.

A Hard Truth

The story of two films - a narrative and a documentary - made inside a fully functioning, maximum-security prison.

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