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Friday Nite Videos -- November 14, 2014

Ry Cooder: Feelin' Bad Blues. Citizen Four: Edward Snowden Documentary. The Inspiration Project. John Oliver: The Lottery. 90-Year-Old Arrested for Feeding Homeless.

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Ry Cooder: Feelin' Bad Blues
Ry Cooder's Feelin' Bad Blues, from his album Crossroads, set to images that, person by person, put a face to heartbreak.

Citizen Four: Edward Snowden Documentary
This riveting documentary by Oscar-nominee Laura Poitras captures the remarkable contrast between the quiet -- even camera-shy -- Edward Snowden and the global reverberations from his revelations of NSA abuses.

The Inspiration Project
Music Under New York artist Cathy Grier (aka NYCSubwayGirl) asks her favorite question "What inspires you?" Super Short Doc 2014 Chain Film Fest official selection.

John Oliver: The Lottery
State lotteries claim to be good for education and the general wellbeing of citizens. But are they? (Spoiler alert: No.)

90-Year-Old Arrested for Feeding Homeless
Russell Brand (The Trews) reacts to the news that 90-year-old Arnold Abbott was arrested by police in Florida for handing out meals to homeless people in a park.