Ithaka chronicles the campaign to free WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as his father John Shipton and fiancée Stella Morris remind audiences of the implications for the free press at stake in their fight.Continue Reading
Squaring the Circle Review: Judging By the Cover
In Squaring the Circle (The Story of Hipgnosis), Anton Corbijn makes his feature documentary debut by exploring the duo behind a generation of iconic album covers.
Against the Tide Review: Caught Between Tradition and Modernity
Sarvnik Kaur's Against the Tide observes two Mumbai fisherman as the face a choose regarding their traditional methods and sustainable practice.
Joonam Review: An All-in-the-Family Road Movie
Director Sierra Urich embarks on a journey with her mother and grandmother to learn her Iranian roots in Joonam.
Little Richard: I Am Everything Review: Rock’s True King
Little Richard: I Am Everything biographical documentary reminds audiences who the real king of rock and roll is, but could do more.
Milisuthando Review: Radical Decolonial Cinema
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 Review: A Cine-Love Letter to Movies
A Bunch of Amateurs is a fun portrait of the current members of the Bradford Movie Makers, one of England’s oldest filmmaking societies.
Bad Press Review: Riveting Doc Fights for Independent Media
Rebecca Landsberry-Baker and Joe Peeler chronicle the fight for a free and independent press in Muscogee (Creek) Nation in Bad Press.
Last Things Review: Enter the Void
Deborah Stratman's Last Things is an acquired taste that might be profound for some viewers and a trifle for others.
Victim/Suspect Review: The Crime of Speaking Up
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 Review – Wisdom Across Generations
Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project from directors Michèle Stephenson and Joe Brewster profiles the Black poet, writer, and activist.