Giving you our points of view on the latest docs in release and on the circuit.
Margreth Olin delivers a cinematically dazzling essay film with Songs of Earth that follows her father, Jørgen, as he roams in nature.
Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World tackles the exploitation of labour, the free market economy, racism, sexism, and other topics.
Sorr/Not Sorry gives voice to the women who spoke up about Louis C.K.'s sexual harassment and tackles his inevitable return.
The Contestant revisits the cultural phenomenon of Tomoaki Hamatsu, aka Nasubi, on the Japanese reality show Denpa Shonen: A Life in Prizes.
Lil Nas X: Long Live Montero delivers a cinematic showstopper of a concert doc as it follows the young artist on tour.
In the Rearview provides a portrait of the refugee crisis in Ukraine with a unique road movie along the ride to freedom.
In Mountain Queen: The Summits of Lhakpa Sherpa, Lucy Walker delivers and inspiring, exhilarating portrait of a woman conquering Everest for the tenth time.
In Tautuktavuk (What We See), Carol Kunnuk and Lucy Tulugarjuk create a unique auto-fiction hybrid about Inuit sisters divided by lockdown.
Jen Markowitz's Summer Qamp takes audiences to a summer haven and safe space for queer youths to understand, develop, and celebrate their identities.
In Stamped from the Beginning, Roger Ross Williams deconstructs the social construct of racism and the images used to perpetuate it.