Il Postoo / A Steady Job observes Italy's job market in a state of crisis and asks what it says about society when we afford so little security to frontline workers.
Tito Catacora’s documentary Pakucha pays tribute to the sacred creatures of alpacas and signals the higher power they evoke.
Cathryne Czubek’s Once Upon a Time in Uganda is a tale of tenacity, a tumultuous friendship, and a wild look at Wakaliwood.
In Who We Will Have Been, Erec Brehmer explores the death of his girlfriend, Angelina Zeidler, by reflecting upon photos and videos.
Geographies of Solitude, directed by Jacquelyn Mills, wins Best Canadian Feature Documentary at Hot Docs.
Nasim, directed by Ole Jacobs & Arne Büttner, observes an Afghan refugee and her family as the wait in limbo in a camp in Moria, Greece.
Ali Kazimi's Beyond Extinction is a thoughtful and meticulously researched doc about the Sinixt people in the Arrow Lakes region of BC.
Band is the zany story of Iceland's Post Performance Blues Band and their pursuit of stardom after years of roughing it in dives and near-empty venues.
Matt Sarnecki finds the perfect meeting point between journalism and documentary while exploring the 2018 murder of Ján Kuciak in The Killing of a Journalist.
One of the most beautiful films of this or any year, Skin (Pele) is a city symphony, an evocation of what life is like in Belo Horizonte.