Thevevents of the January 6, 2021 insurrection at the Washington Capitol inspire a simulation to protect democracy's downfall in War Game.
Dawn Porter chronicles the life and work of music icon Luther Vandross in Never Too Much, an overdue portrait of the man and his music.
Skywalkers: A Love Story offers a thrilling romance about rooftoppers taking their passion to the extreme.
Two documentaries at Sundance, Love Machina and Eternal You, explored questions of artificial intelligence with limited success.
The Greatest Night in Pop revisits the 1985 January night in which stars like Michael Jackson and Steve Wonder united to record We Are the World.
Johan Grimonprez's Soundtrack to a Coup d'État riffs on the history of the Congo amid the cold war with a jazzy tour through the archives.
The Sundance short docs include Bob's Funeral, Ekbeh, Object 817, Merman, Alok, Winding Path, 14 Paintings, To Be Invisible, and Baigal Nuur - Lake Baikal.
OYA Media Group's Alison Duke and Ngardy Conteh George change the game.
Every Little Thing introduces audiences to Terry Masear and her efforts to rehabilitate wounded birds at the Los Angeles Hummingbird Rescue.
Benjamin Ree offers inIbelin a resonant portrait of a young man's ability to enjoy with an online community through World of Warcraft the desires he couldn't experience in everyday life.