from Paget Films
John Paget explores the world of Elvis impersonator Larry Hass, and the subculture of Elvis impersonators.
from Luc Hardy
In the heart of the Antarctic, nine adventurers are about to live an extraordinary story.
from Gravitas Ventures
The award winning documentary about a math genius named Ted Slauson and his life of memorizing and documenting the prize amounts on "The Price Is Right."
The world’s best conflict photographers take us behind the lens and into their lives.
from XTreme Video
A stylish documentary on the birth of the Houston / Galveston surf scene ('61 through '69).
from Capture Adventure Media
Devin Olsen and Lance Egan share the techniques, gear, rigging and expertise that have propelled them to competitive fly fishing success.
from Cinema Guild
In 2007 Mobile, Alabama, Mardi Gras is celebrated... and complicated.
from Women Make Movies
A searingly honest and moving examination of poverty, welfare and drug rehabilitation in the United States today.
Across walls, fences, and alleys, rats not only expose our boundaries of separation but make homes in them.
What really happened on August 9th, 2014 in Ferguson, Missouri?
from The Orchard
In the backwoods of British Columbia, a small movement of renegade mountain bikers rose up and changed cycling in ways that no one could have imagined.
from Prelight Films
This portrait of Alexandre Desplat is part of "In the Tracks Of", a documentary series about the greatest film composers.
The ultimate backstage pass and front row seat to 40 years of incredible music from the longest running music show in TV history.
from Journeyman Pictures
A stunning exploration of honey bees, their habitats, and mankind's relentless quest for their precious honey.
'Mother Europe' takes a look at Europe through the eyes of a six year old child, Terra.
With intimate interviews, dance sequences, and archival material, this documentary follows Ella as she explores her identity as an elite ballet dancer.
Cassette inventor Lou Ottens digs through his past to figure out why the format won’t die.
Type "The Angriest Man in the World" into any search engine, and one name appears—Jack Rebney—an hilarious ‘80s RV salesman who became an Internet phenomenon.
from Oscilloscope Laboratories
Tultepec, a town in south-central Mexico, becomes famous for its manufacturing of fireworks - and their annual National Pyrotechnics Festival.
The Pearl is a cinematic and intimate profile of 4 transgender women that come out in their senior years.
from Vision Films
This is the ultimate critical review of the album which launched the band on the road to superstardom.
from Ricki Lake and Abby Epstein
Executive Producer Ricki Lake and Filmmaker Abby Epstein follow their landmark documentary, The Business of Being Born, with an all-new, four part series.
An inside look at Christopher Kirkley’s project “Sahel Sounds” - a blog, record label and platform to explore arts and music of the Sahel region.
A powerful soundtrack of classic first generation Hardcore in early Boston from 1981 through 1984.
The Gateway Bug explores how changing daily eating habits can feed humanity in an uncertain age, one meal at a time.
Panti Bliss: part glamorous aunt, part Jessica Rabbit, is widely regarded as best drag queens in the world.
from Filmoption International
Filmmaker Danae Elon documents her family’s move to Israel in a quest to find a homeland, one her children will be able to call “home.”
from Rising Sun Media
The last days of the Israeli community in Tehran, before the Islamic Revolution of 1979.
Even though Tova does not believe in love, she has had a remarkable success as a matchmaker.
Operating at the intersection of fiction and documentary, Stranger in Paradise reflects on the power relations between Europeans and refugees.
from EyeSteelFilm Distribution
The story of dedicated scientists working to build a small sun on Earth, which would unleash perpetual, cheap, clean energy for mankind.
from John Mitchell
A love letter to the most misunderstood movie of all time.
from FilmBuff | A G&S Company
A look deep inside the raw, energetic world of Jamaican Dancehall culture through the eyes of the powerful women at its heart - Dancehall Queens.
from Odessa Films
Andrei Malaev-Babel traces the life and history of his grandfather Isaac Babel, a subversive writer who was executed in 1940 for challenging the Soviet Union.
from David Redmon
DO DONKEYS ACT? Encourages us to consider the mystery and intrigue of donkey utterances.
Exploring the intriguing relationship between man and ape.
Daniel Goldstein battles in court to save his home and community from being demolished to make way for the densest real estate development in U.S. history.
CALIFORNIA TYPEWRITER launches us into the bittersweet moment when a beloved technology, the typewriter, faces extinction. Delivering a thought-provoking view on…
Hundreds of thousands of Turkish cats roam the metropolis of Istanbul freely. This is the story of seven of them.
from House of Real
Filmmaker Sven Vinge journeys back through time to confront his father, the ceramic artist Niels Vinge, who was found frozen to death a few miles from his home.
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