from Duncan Ward
Fans of Brian Eno will enjoy this brief portrait of the experimental artist, musician & producer.
from Attraction Distribution (aka DF)
A sinful of history around one of the world's most popular beverages. First of three parts.
from First Run Features
Tag along on a journey with renown photographer Jim Nachtwey as he shoots in various war zones and at the most devastated corners of the planet.
Meet the Fitzhughs, 5 generations of them in fact. The documentary focuses on a Cape Cod house that has passed along for generations and which is being sold.
You'll be smiling & humming after watching this entertaining documentary, which looks back at one particular song that should never been an international hit.
Tag along on Kiryat Moshe's night shift as a cop working his beat. That beat is an impoverished and troubled Ethiopian neighborhood in Israel.
For the first time in history, the mysterious shooting of JFK is treated as a cold case and given rigorous forensic analysis, with truly illuminating results.
from Virgil Films
A south Korean pastor and his wife incite controversy when they create a drop box for unwanted babies being abandoned, which they raise as their own children.
from Idee Films
Learn about the changes taking root in our modern food system, the real farmers who are growing/raising real food -- and the consumers who are demanding it.
from Juice Distribution
Welcome to the world of a feisty 83-year-old Lebanese matriarch's life. Fantastically captured by her grandson, her stories live on before death erases them.
from SOCIAL IMPACT MEDIA AWARDS
Filmmaker Maya Borg poignantly discusses ideas of the economy, utopia and loss with futurist Jacque Fresco in this poetic exploration of the future.
from Journeyman Pictures
PURGATORIO is a mediative look at the complex, and often brutal, issues of those living and working on the US-Mexican border.
When Robi Damelin loses her son to a Palestinian sniper, she wonders if the actions to resolve conflict in South Africa can be applied in Israel.
from Tim Bonython Productions
Seven years in the making, this 13-part documentary celebrates some of surfing’s biggest surf and all of the different off-shoots of wave riding.
A Haitian sculpture creates works reflective of Haitian social issues, cultural spirituality, and the struggle of rebuilding following a major Earthquake.
from Digital Smash Enterprises
One of the UFC’s biggest stars George St-Pierre battles back from a near career ending injury to fight his toughest opponent yet.
from Jay Rosenstein
A Spokane Indian woman's crusade to bring awareness to the hurtful and harmful stereotypes sports teams portray in their “honoring” of her people and culture.
from How To Make Everything
Have you ever thought about what actually goes into making the things we use everyday? This series explores the complexities of the things we take for granted.
from Inception Video On Demand
Experience Mike Scotti's emotional, firsthand account as a soldier fighting in Operation Iraqi Freedom, the first campaign after 9/11.
You are invited to take a spectacular journey along the San Marcos River in Texas, a place where Mastodons have died on its banks and now theme parks are built.
from Worldwide Documentaries
This is the first film to depict the cruel and dehumanizing practices of human trafficking and modern slavery on a global scale. It is a film to create change.
The Oscar-nominated, Emmy-winning, Sundance special jury prize awarded documentary on the dangers of fracking is still just as timely and powerful today.
In the face of shrinking budgets, schools and communities must band together to preserve and nurture arts education. This doc reminds us why that is vital.
This documentary follows the story of Frances implication in the genocide in Rwanda, President Kagame's charges, and the suspicious arrest of Kagame's top aide.
This is the kind of necessary documentary that digs deep into a story we've heard about, but corrects the misconceptions we probably know nothing about.
This sequel offers up a lot more fodder for discussion and debate, not just regarding the case of the West Memphis Three but also about documentary impact.
Jennifer Lynch, daughter of cult film auteur David Lynch, was the youngest American woman to direct a feature film. Now she's making a movie in Bollywood.
Watch the amazing and inspirational story of Christopher Rush, a paraplegic who lived with muscular dystrophy well beyond his predicted two years of life.
This character-driven documentary takes a stunningly personal look into the lives of LGBTI [note: the "I" stands for "intersex] refugees in South Africa.
from yvonne boudreaux
Through the eyes of compelling present-day characters, 61 BULLETS shines a unique light on one of the biggest political killings in U.S. history.
from MVD Entertainment Group
A potent documentary examination of the D.C. punk scene of the 1980's, a musical and counter-cultural explosion that continues to be influential.
from Revelation Film Festival
REVELATION PERTH INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS
Dir: Johan Grimonprez
National Geographic explores the incredible world beyond our vision in this educational and awe-inspiring documentary.
from Fandom The Film
The world of fantasy football is explored in this entertaining documentary recommended for all types of players, from the high stakes gambler to the casual fan.
Director Rachel Leah Jones tackles the complicated personal history of her father, master flamenco guitarist David Serva, who has had five wives and many kids.
from Andy Wolff
Brothers Lucky + Bongani use swagger to survive the rough reality of growing up young, male, black, and poor in South Africa, until they are charged with murder
This documentary takes a thorough, fact-based look at the frequently asked question, how would history have been different had JFK never been assassinated?
from Laboratory X
A Japanese husband and wife team drive around their community assisting the elderly and handicapped, though the govt. pay is so low it is essentially voluntary.
from Go-Trolley Films
A woman tries to understand her families place in South Africa's changing cultural landscape.
from Sideways Film
A necessary and difficult look at the state of domestic violence in the U.S.
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