from Hello Cool World
Redefining the traditional scope of documentary film in an electronic age, 65_RedRoses leaves viewers with a new appreciation of life and the digital world.
from Gravitas Ventures
Few directors have single-handedly shaken up the film establishment like the godfather of indie, Richard Linklater.
This stunningly shot experimental documentary has at its heart a poignant character study of a 17 year-old lesbian living in Newcastle, England.
Homo Sapiens shows stunning images of forgotten places, buildings we constructed and then left. An ode to humanity as seen from a possible future scenario.
from Between Trees
4x World Champion. 23 years old. 1 Incredible story.
from Virgil Films
Narrated by Morgan Freeman, THE C WORD message is simple, lifechanging, radical: we can beat cancer before cancer beats us.
As disco came to a slow death in the 1970’s, House Music rose from its ashes to create a new genre of American music.
from Saboteur Media
Lloyd Daniels’s unlikely rise to the NBA is the stuff that myths are made of: a basketball recruit who got shot in the chest over a bad cocaine deal and more.
from Markham Street Films
Feminism. Does the word have any meaning? Did it achieve its goals? What unfinished business is there?
from Upstream Flix
ICE GUARDIANS journeys into the lives of those who perform what is undoubtedly the toughest job within the National Hockey League today: the Enforcer.
The story of "Dub" Lawrence, a former sheriff who established his state's first SWAT team only to see it kill his son-in-law in a standoff 30 years later.
from Laboratory X
In the Japanese town of Ushimado, the shortage of labor is a serious problem due to its population’s rapid decline. Now, they must accept outside help.
from Journeyman Pictures
As Israel’s hail of bombs falls on Gaza, this documentary follows four Palestinian tunnel workers as they laugh their way through the worst job in the world.
Petr Pavlensky, artist and activist, is in the vanguard of forging social change in Russia through art.
from The Orchard
An ex-Army Ranger attempts to use one of the most treacherous peaks in North America, 14,400 foot Mt Rainier, to give recovering addicts hope again.
Trixie and Monkey dream of bringing their unpredictable and peculiarly glamorous act to a world wide audience.
Focusing on both gang members and the Police the film creates an unflinching portrait of one of the world’s most notorious neighborhoods.
from Umbrella Entertainment
In Australia, during the era of the Stolen Generations, thousands of Aboriginal girls were taken from their families and pressed into domestic servitude.
Juan, Jarad and Antonio, all between 14 and 16, face decades in prison. To their advocates, they're kids. To their critics, they’re monsters.
from WG Film
This is the story of Maria, a person like you and me... only she's the best boxer in the world.
The story of Sunil Tripathi, a missing university student who for four weeks was thrust into the limelight as 'suspect 2' following the Boston Marathon bombings
from I Am or How Jack Became Black
The recent births of Jack and June, the third multiracial generation in filmmaker Eli Steele’s family, raises a curious question: Can race still fit in a box?
from Petr Lom
On a Tightrope tells the story of four Uighur orphans in Xinjiang, China, dreaming of becoming professional tightrope walkers - an ancient Uighur tradition.
An odyssey through the history of country music as told by legendary artists and the elite photographers who captured the evolving image of the country singer.
Blood on the Mountain is a searing investigation into the economic and environmental injustices that have resulted from coal company control in West Virginia.
from max good
The story of two filmmakers who set out to expose these mysterious characters and discover a battle of expression that stretches from the streets to academia.
from Studio Moe
Immerse yourself in the world of Thai music, from traditional music to labor songs and classical pop to urban indie music, spanning locations and generations.
from Eyepop Productions
In this hilarious and charming film, a 5th grade theater production of THE WIZARD OF OZ becomes a larger-than-life coming of age drama.
from Baltic View
The story of the film begins in 1984, the very beginning of perestroika in USSR, when a group of architects decided to organize a one night music band.
from Cinema Politica
One man risks his family and future to stop the tar sands of the Keystone XL oil pipeline from crossing his land.
from SND FILMS
Margaret Rutherford’s true life story is in fact much more eccentric than the most famous fictional role she ever played: Agatha Christie’s amateur sleuth.
from 108 Media
Enea is 29 and is still a virgin. He hasn’t found the right one yet. Still he has never stopped looking for her. One more thing about Enea: he is autistic.
from Principle Pictures
With unprecedented access, WHAT TOMORROW BRINGS goes inside the very first girls’ school in one Afghan village.
They say behind every great man is a great woman. Carolyn Cassady was behind two.
A film about injustice in the aftermath of the 2011 Arab Spring uprising in Egypt. Five stories of those who continue to suffer at the hands of the regime.
In the uplands of the North Eastern England, Tom and Kay Hutchinson set out on a near impossible task: to breed the perfect Swaledale Sheep.
from Beta Pictures
Circles in Tompkins Square is an atmospheric portrait of the iconic downtown park. See the skaters, punks, teens and junkies who hang in this public space.
The story of Dr. William Hurwitz - a preeminent pain specialist sentenced to prison - provides a window into the ethical dilemma of prescription painkillers.
from First Run Features
How does a mentally ill person drown himself in a few feet of water on a crowded Memorial Day beach?
from Pursuit Films
In July of 2016, three ultra runners set out to break the record for the fastest known time across Oregon on the Pacific Crest Trail, a 453-mile push.
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