LOS ANGELES ART SCENE, KARAOKE GIRLS AND KING LEOPOLD IN CONGO
 
4PM: DOCU - Morgan Neville examines the rise of the LA art scene and how it brought a new and vigorously American slant to contemporary painting in the documentary COOL SCHOOL (2008, 86 min), narrated by actor Jeff Bridges. 7PM: DOCU - THE GIRLS OF PHNOM PENH (2009, 64 min) is a beautifully shot, cinematic tale that follows three young girls into Cambodia’s prostitution industry. 8PM: DOCU - In 1885, King Leopold II of Belgium gained a vast area in central Africa as his personal possession. His greed and the system of forced labor he imposed there prompted the first human rights movement of the 20th century, as told in KING LEOPOLD’S GHOSTS (2006, 107 min).