Giving you our points of view on the latest docs in release and on the circuit.
In Dear Mama, Allen Hughes deftly explores the life of rapper Tupac Shakur and his mother Afeni, a civil rights activist and Black Panther member.
Brett Morgen's portrait of David Bowie, Moonage Daydream is a stellar music
Eternal Spring is an animated documentary in which Chinese artist Daxiong revisits
Patrick and the Whale is a portrait of a whale researcher takes a page from My Octopus Teacher's playbook and not for the better.
Werner Herzog goes deep inside the human brain in Theatre of Thought, which is surprisingly more technical than philosophical.
The documentary parody series Documentary Now! returns for a fourth season to send up My Octopus Teacher, Agnès Varda, and the BBC.
With Louis Armstrong's Black & Blues, Sacha Jenkins delivers a definitive portrait of the iconic jazz musician in all his wonder and complexity.
Sam Soko and Lauren De Filippo examine the politics of universal basic income in Free Money as NGO GiveDirectly tries a pilot project in Africa.
Laura Poitras delivers a masterpiece with All the Beauty and the Bloodshed and its portrait of photographer Nan Goldin's fight against Big Pharma.
In Her Hands is a powerful portrait of former mayor Zarifa Ghafari and the fight for women's rights in contemporary Afghanistan.
Vinay Shukla offers a riveting portrait of journalist Ravish Kumar that captures the frenzied state of journalism with While We Watched.
With Concrete Valley, Antoine Bourges crafts a slice of life hybrid film about new Canadians in Toronto straddling two worlds.
In Black Ice, Hubert Davis deconstructs systemic racism in hockey and highlights the Black athletes have persevered in perceived 'white spaces'.