from Gravitas Ventures
Join award-winning filmmaker Michal Siewierski on his three-year journey to expose the truth about our food choices.
This feature length documentary by Mountain Beast Entertainment chronicles the search for the legendary Sasquatch by filmmaker and adventurer Justin Chernipeski.…
Teenage fugitive Colton Harris-Moore's superhuman ability to escape capture by stealing airplanes and living in the wilderness made him a modern day folk hero.
WINNER of the 2016 Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize, this fascinating investigation into one of America's most peculiar medical procedures is a delight
from O2 Play
In Paralympic universe, overcome isn’t an option or heroic gesture, it’s only the starting point. Dive into the daily lives of some great Brazilian athletes.
from SWOOP FILMS
It's happened before: governments killing their own citizens for political or spiritual beliefs. But it's never happened like this.
from Merz & Partner
An elegiac ode to the dwindling Stayer, the lead man in the swiss competitive motorbike scene, one that is slowly dying amidst its small but ravenous fanbase.
from Journeyman Pictures
DUGMA: The Button - An intimate portrait of a group of very different suicide bombers working for Al Qaeda in Syria.
After Larry Hillblom, founder of DHL, disappeared following a 1995 plane crash, dozens of would be heirs came out of the woodwork to claim his mega fortune.
from Michael Blackwood Productions
A two-part portrait of the great Jazz composer and pianist Thelonius Monk, composed of verite footage shot in 1968 on the road with the artist.
The Elephant in the Living Room takes viewers deep inside the controversial subculture of raising the most dangerous animals in the world, as household pets.
Australia's Shame: A look at the terrible abuses within prisons that have shocked Australia
The Price Of Peace: A deep investigation into Tame Iti and the Urewera Four, a Maori activist arrested for fighting back against injustice against his community
Take a look at the contentious debate over pending reforms to Canadian prostitution laws, prompting us to rethink our attitudes toward the "oldest profession."
from Connie Diletti
Learn about all the different, mostly unusual things you can do with your body after you die through the exploration of inquisitive filmmaker Connie Diletti.
In this essential addition to the mass of documentaries about the Ukrainian revolution, a musical instrument becomes a powerful weapon and symbol of unity.
from Randy Murray Productions
A must-see for educators in America, this film presents an inspiring look at a group of teachers in Arizona attempting to improve the quality of their school.
Meet Zara and Aysha, two very different girls who represent the wide spectrum of Islamic identity in Britain, as they attend a school specifically for Muslims.
from Frameline Distribution
In an intimate and deeply personal documentary, immigrant Latino fathers across the U.S. recount the impact of their children’s coming out.
With an emphasis on healthful living, people waistlines are less important. Meet a bunch of people who have overcome their weight issues by focusing on running.
from Virgil Films
If you thought you knew all there was to know about John Kennedy, Jr., think again. This informative (and star studded) doc brings new insight to his story.
from Cinema Politica
A thoughtfully observed doc about a Swiss Detention center that locks up illegal immigrants for up to two years before deporting them. More relevant than ever.
Former Black Panther, Aquil Basheer, is on a mission to reduce violence in South Central L.A. in this relevant and inspiring documentary.
A follow-up to the documentary, "Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired," focusing on the filmmaker's successful battle to avoid extradition to the U.S. in 2010.
Political favoritism, ineffective social programs, and economic manipulations all reveal the need for tax reform.
A North Korean defector prepares for his first solo art exhibition in China in this electrifying documentary about art and freedom.
from Documentary Educational Resource
The last part in Robert Perkins profound travelogue. Here we find our host paddling down the Limpopo River in South Africa with a fellow explorer from Zimbabwe.
Part two in Robert Perkins quietly epic series about paddling down the river and ruminating about life and death.
Explorer/filmmaker Robert Perkins takes us on a journey down the river in this poetic examination of solitude and nature. The first part in a profound series.
After 20 years in a renegade Tokyo pro-wrestling league, a disabled wrestler trains for his final match against his able-bodied rival in this heartfelt doc.
Told from the perspective of the people who knew him best, this is the most comperehensive documentary on the life and times of legendary comedian Bill Hicks
Comedian's comedian Eddie Pepitone is the focus of this doc featuring Zach Galifnakis, Sarah Silverman, Patton Oswalt, Marc Maron and more of today's comics.
from The Orchard
A fascinating film perspective into the world of amputees, people who have spina bifida, paralysis, and cerebral palsy all participating in adaptive sports.
Amanda, a divorced photographer, finds herself in a fantastic Alice-in-Wonderland experience when her daily, uninspired life literally begins to unravel, revealing…
from William Allen
Some documentaries are not essential but are universally appealing and interesting in their focus on trivial subjects, and this love letter to pencils is one.
from Under The Milky Way
An interesting study of suburban racial politics arises in this personal and nostalgic documentary about the history and evolution of a town outside St. Louis.
Like a real-life Sons of Anarchy, this incredibly blunt documentary takes us up close and personal with one of the most infamous motorcycle clubs in the world.
from Ride the Thunder
Unlike most depictions of the Vietnam War in textbooks, documentaries and Hollywood movies, this compelling film presents a patriotic experience and history.
from Axemen of Sweden
Whether or not you know of Swedish guitarists, if you're a musician looking for inspiration and the type who subscribes to guitar magazines, this is essential.
A unique nonfiction horror film, this scary documentary presents a disturbing participatory theater experience called Blackout, where people pay to be tortured.
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