In Almost Holy, Steve Hoover observes the work of Gennadiy “Pastor Crocodile” Mokhnenko, a priest who runs an orphanage for street children.
In The Pearl Button, Patricio Guzmán wades deep into the complex colonial history of his native Chile considering the nation's shoreline.
In The Uncondemned, Michele Mitchell and the late Nick Louvel tackle the complexity of trying rape as a war crime.
I Am Sun Mu is a bold and compelling portrait of an artist fighting a totalitarian system and triumphing through his work.
Ping’an yueqing might be Ai Weiwei's most engaged work of activism as a filmmaker with its chilling portrait of China under surveillance.
Review of the Oscar-nominated short docs Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah, The Girl in the River: The Price of Forgiveness, Chau, Body Team 12, and Last Day of Freedom.
The words and poetry of Mahmoud Darwish fuel Ibtisam Mara’ana Menuhin’s evocative documentary Write Down, I Am an Arab.
In Tales From the Organ Trade, Ric Bienstock reinforces her hard-earned reputation for slipping a camera into impossible places.
Joe Berlinger’s Crude triggers a First Amendment battle over a documentary about Amazon rainforest people taking on Chevron.