Giving you our points of view on the latest docs in release and on the circuit.
Directors Hubert Caron-Guay and Serge-Olivier Rondeau capture life in limbo with portraits of migrants in a slaughterhouse in Resources
Elaine McMillion Sheldon's poetic documentary King Coal looks at the changing landscape
Fantastic Machine salutes the evolution of the camera and the role of
Brett Morgen's portrait of David Bowie, Moonage Daydream is a stellar music
Milisuthando is an engrossing essay film that probes South African apartheid, Blackness, and identity through a personal collage of archives and memories.
A Bunch of Amateurs is a fun portrait of the current members of the Bradford Movie Makers, one of England’s oldest filmmaking societies.
Rebecca Landsberry-Baker and Joe Peeler chronicle the fight for a free and independent press in Muscogee (Creek) Nation in Bad Press.
Deborah Stratman's Last Things is an acquired taste that might be profound for some viewers and a trifle for others.
Victim/Suspect investigates the alarming trend in which women who are rape survivors have the tables turned on them when they come forward.
Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project from directors Michèle Stephenson and Joe Brewster profiles the Black poet, writer, and activist.
In Going Varsity in Mariachi, directors Alejandra Vasquez and Sam Osborn follows the practices of a school band straddling two worlds.
The emotionally intelligent A Still Small Voice offers one of the strongest characters you'll meet this year in aspiring chaplain Mati Engel.
Is There Anybody Out There? is a well-intentioned first-person exploration of disability, ableism, and the rights people have to determine another's idea of normal.
The Deepest Breath profiles deep diver Alessia Zecchini and rescue diver Stephen Keenan as they take the plunge into an extreme sport.