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
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
Jihad Rehab boasts impressive access with interviews with men at a de-radicalization
Brutal and essential, Theo Montoya's hybrid documentary Anhell69 is the best kind of trangressive documentary filmmaking.
Jumana Manna depicts the politics of extinction and occupation in this hybrid film about foragers and their fight to harvest wild herbs.
Luca Guadagnino offers a doc portrait of shoe designer Salvatore Ferragamo that's chic and comfy in Salvatore, Shoemaker of Dreams.
RIDM opens its 2022 festival with Rewind & Play, a Thelonious Monk doc that features a jazzy clash of interview and archive.
'emome Women review: director Quen Wong offers a self-portrait of her journey as a transwoman in Singapore as she sees herself anew.
In Jerry Brown: The Disrupter, Marina Zenovich profiles the two-time governor of California, former presidential hopeful, and career politician.
1946: The Mistranslation that Shifted a Culture explores when and how the word "homosexual" appeared in the Bible and why the power of words carry weight.
In the Company of Rose sees James Lapine capture the life, work, and love of Rose Styron through a series of conversations with the poet, writer, and human rights advocate.
Aurora's Sunrise animates the tale of Aurora Mardiganian, whose story of the Armenian genocide inspired the 1919 film Auction of Souls.
David Siev documents his family's experience with anti-Asian racism in their small Michigan town of Bad Axe during the COVID-19 pandemic.