One of the films at this year's Sundance Film Festival is a documentary done by two New York filmmakers about white supremacist Craig Cobb's attempt to take over the North Dakota town of Leith.
The 86-minute documentary by Michael Nichols and Christopher Walker is called "Welcome to Leith." The festival's senior programmer says its underpinning is "how we wrestle with our democratic principles when they're pushed to the limit."
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