Giving you our points of view on the latest docs in release and on the circuit.
Yoshigai Nao's documentary Shari is a primal scream, remarkable little thing, and a creature feature for the modern age.
William Klein's 1982 documentary The French screens in a reissued restoration and
Michelangelo Frammartino's Il Buco ponders the intangible mysteries of existence as curious
Inspired by Sable Island and its one constant human inhabitant Zoe Lucas,
Hunting in Packs observes how three women--Michelle Rempel Garner, Pramila Jayapal, and Jess Phillips--navigate the "old boys' club" of politics.
In Rojek, Zaynê Akyol offers a haunting and poetic interrogation of the violence waged on Syria by ISIS and looks the beast in the eye.
Deconstructing Kare is also an invitation to take responsibility and to become more active in the fight against racism.
The Art of Silence is a fitting celebration of an artist who could bring joy and meaning to the lives of many around the globe without saying a word.
Make People Better is an intriguing examination of a scientist who was hung out to dry by a community who helped elevate him in the fist place.
Category: Woman has subjects who are passionate advocates, its story is infuriating and it has an undeniable power of its own.
In Queer My Friends, a filmmaker chronicles her friend's coming-out story and turns the camera on herself to consider how tradition stifles us.
Eternal Spring is an animated documentary in which Chinese artist Daxiong revisits his participation in a 2002 hijacking of a TV station.
With its keen observational style, 5 Dreamers and a Horse is a lyrical vision of the deep-seated need for hope, for something aspirational.
A beautifully layered work, Meeting Point captures the importance of understanding the various ways the past shapes a family’s present and future.