Eat Your Catfish

While there are many documentaries devoted to exploring the lives of those with physical and mental ailments, few are able to fully […]

Children of the Mist

High in the mountains of North Vietnam, the Hmong community is isolated from the rest of the world as much by their […]


President is Danish director Camilla Nielsson’s masterful political thriller about stealing elections. In the aftermath of Donald Trump and his ramblings about […]

The Velvet Queen

A svelte, slinky figure in spotted silvery blond, the snow leopard is one of the great haughty glamazons of the animal kingdom […]

Babi Yar. Context

The subject here is the WWII genocide of Ukraine’s Jewish population. Editing film and stills from state and public archives in Russia, […]

Far Eastern Golgotha

“It’s better to be a clown than a slave.” So claims Viktor Toroptsev, a taxi driver and self-described “toothless, terrible Far Eastern […]

Trust Me

Waleed Ahmed has been called many things, from “Norway’s Mark Zuckerberg” to “Justin Bieber fraudster” and “his own worst enemy.” He has […]

Bank Job

Artist/filmmaker partnership Daniel Edelstyn and Hilary Powell confront a monetary system based on debt and perpetuated inequality with their trademark blend of […]

From the Wild Sea

Robin Petré’s film From the Wild Sea is a poetic essay direct from the frontlines of the Anthropocene in which the animals […]

The Balcony Movie

Paweł Łoziński sets his camera and a shotgun mic in his first-floor Warsaw apartment balcony that’s facing a sidewalk. He does some […]