Now streaming from the NFB, Sean Horlor and Steve J. Adams' Someone Like Me observes the plight of Drake, a gay Ugandan seeking a new life in Canada, and the community network that offers support.
Sunil Gupta's photography documents queer life in Montreal with poetry and pride.
Frank Marshall and Ryan Suffern's Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story celebrates the sounds of a city, but the documentary doesn't really unpack how the event, like many others, has shifted away from its roots and traditional sounds.
Watch the first trailer for Fire of Love, the all-archival love story of Maurice and Katia Krafft, ahead of its theatrical release on July 7.
Ethan Coen makes his documentary debut with Jerry Lee Lewis: Trouble in Mind, a somewhat conventional music doc that celebrates the Killer and his prolific output.
Showcasing appalling violence and notable courage, March for Dignity observes activists in Georgia as they try to mount a Pride parade without inviting violence.
In Pat Rocco Dared, Morris Chapdelaine, Bob Christie, and Charlie David salute the pioneer who put gay erotica on screen and played a crucial role as an artist and activist.
All That Breathes wins the l’Œil d’or at the Cannes Film Festival. The documentary by Shaunak Sen observes a New Delhi bird clinic.
An interview with Jeannette director Maris Curran and subject Jeannette Feliciano about finding strength in family and healing in the aftermath of trauma.
Brett Morgen's portrait of David Bowie, Moonage Daydream is a stellar music doc that embodies the constellation of the rocker's legacy.