Oasis: Supersonic is an astonishingly assembled archival film about British rock legends Liam and Noel Gallagher.
The Slippers, How to Build a Time Machine and Random Acts of Legacy celebrate and explore the implications of earlier movies.
Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made (USA, 95 min.) Dir. Jeremy Coon, Tim Skousen Film geeks, rejoice! This strange but true documentary tells the story of three
Random Acts of Legacy restores decaying home movies shot by Silas Fung and, in turn, considers the representation of Asian-American lives.
Asif Kapadia's Amy Winehouse documentary is a haunting study of celebrity, addiction, and an extraordinary talent lost too soon.
Kevin Nikkel's On the Trail of the Far Fur Country revisits old images from the Hudson Bay Company's archives and the Inuit history within.
Sunshine Superman features some of the most breathtaking imagery ever caught on film. The doc makes you feel as if you can fly.
In The Clock, Christian Marclay has offered 24 hours of fragmented time, a day’s worth of transformative moments.
Tehran Has No More Pomegranates, Waltz with Bashir, Les Plages d’Agnès, La Mémoire des Anges, and Of Time and the City consider place and time.
At the 2011 Full Frame Documentary Festival in Durham, North Carolina, Rick Prelinger curated and presented “One Foot in the Archives."