Amanda Knox is a true crime documentary that turns the tables on the supposed ‘guilty’ parties to reveal the negligence of the media.
Sour Grapes chronicles the bizarre yet true scandal of Rudy Kurniawan, who bamboozled the top players in America’s wine scene.
A crime doc loaded with twists, Vladi Antonevicz’s mordantly ironic Credit for Murder revolves around a horrific killing in a Russian forest.
The Fear of 13 sees former death row inmate Nick Yarris recount his 23-year experience in prison for a murder he didn’t commit.
The Cult of JT LeRoy holds up a cracked mirror, probing into the complex cultural, psychological, and socially-reinforced motivations for pulling off, and buying into, such a scam
Thought Crimes gets very close-up and personal with this character, showing him in his mother’s house where he is confined.
Missing People follows Martina Batan, director of the prestigious New York City art gallery Ronald Feldman Fine Arts.
Michael Beach Nichols and Christopher K. Walker’s Welcome to Leith is one of the most viscerally terrifying documentaries in recent memory.
Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart tells of a successful woman embroiled in controversial crimes, previously seen in the Nicole Kidman film To Die For
In The Writer with No Hands, William Westaway documents an investigation into the mysterious death of screenwriter Gary DeVore.