In Black Ice, Hubert Davis deconstructs systemic racism in hockey and highlights the Black athletes have persevered in perceived 'white spaces'.
Adirley Queiros and Joana Pimenta craft an empowering, if occasionally disorienting, hybrid film with women from the Brazilian favelas in Dry Ground Burning.
An interview with The Grab director Gabriela Cowperthwaite and investigative journalist Nate Halverson on their riveting documentary thriller about food scarcity and connected human rights issues.
Sinead O'Shea's Pray for Our Sinners gives voice to women who were trained to see their priests as instruments of God.
Sebastien Lifshitz's documentary Casa Susanna, about a Catskills commune for transgender women, is an emotional must-see film.
An interview with 752 Is Not a Number director Babak Payami and subject Hamed Esmaeilion about sharing a father's search for answers and justice in the aftermath of the Ukrainian Flight PS752 tragedy.
Black Ice, directed by Hubert Davis with Drake and Vinay Virmani as executive producers, is a timely study of racism in hockey.
An interview with Brett Morgen on Moonage Daydream and telling the story of David Bowie in a kaleidoscopic montage unlike anything you've seen before.
An interview with To Kill a Tiger director Nisha Pahuja.
Buffy Sainte-Marie: Carry It On is Madison Thomas's portrait of the Academy Award winning Cree singer, songwriter, artist, and activist.