Leonardo DiCaprio puts his environmental activism in the spotlight in the new eco doc Before the Flood.
An Insignificant Man follows the “Indian Bernie Sanders,” Arvind Kejriwal’s, 2013 campaign for Chief Minister of Delhi.
The Cinema Travellers harkens back to the days when movie going was primarily a collective experience.
With Gimme Danger, Jim Jarmusch returns to the word of documentary and chronicles the music of Iggy Pop and the Stooges.
Part mystery thriller, part autobiography, part meta-examination, Karl Marx City is shaped by the writings of both Bentham and Foucault.
The Stairs by Hugh Gibson should help to shape a changing vision of Toronto, which struggles to deal with race, immigration and poverty.
Rodnye (Close Relations) intertwines personal and collective history as Mansky interrogates his Ukrainian heritage after living in Russia
Gaza Surf Club by Philip Gnadt and Mickey Yamine finds an inspiring subject in Sabah, a 15-year-old Palestinian girl who longs to surf.
Drift cautiously with Fire at Sea, though, and one will appreciate the depth of Rosi’s waters.