Help, we want to show more culturally expansive films at our film festival this fall. What are the best films for connecting with black/hispanic/asian communities that advance values of freethought, reason, science, humanism, atheism, etc? We want to build bridges and there is a point where it is obvious that almost all the films that pertain to these topics (mostly documentaries) have experts or actors who are white. While I don't care what package a person comes in, I do believe it is much more inviting when there are a variety of complexions and cultural backgrounds for the audience to experience. Any film suggestions would be appreciated, thanks!