I Am the Blues, Daniel Cross’s first directorial effort in ten years, lovingly depicts humble but spiritually rich musicians who won’t stop playing.
From start to finish, My Scientology Movie relays its exposé with verve and personality.
In more than one way, the eponymous protagonist of Rokhsareh Ghaem Maghami’s Sonita is a stranger in a strange land.
Weiner is an insider portrait of former New York Democratic Senator Anthony Weiner, focusing on the events that unfolded during his second sexting scandal, which ultimately derailed his New York City mayoral
Director Aslaug Holm documents her two boys growing up over a decade, narrating her interpretation of their story in Brothers.
Fortunately, Rabin’s legacy for peace in the Middle East lives on in this respectfully and tautly made documentary appreciation.
Off the Rails observes Darius McCollum, an American with Asperger’s syndrome and a lifelong obsession with the New York City transit system.
Min Sook Lee's Migrant Dreams operates in the classic model of activist documentary filmmaking.
Penny Lane's Nuts! is a thoroughly entertaining, inventive documentary about John R. Brinkley, a turn-of-the-20th century quack doctor.
Nettie Wild's KONELĪNE: our land beautiful, is a stunning portrait of those who live and work in northern British Columbia.