• Aalto


    Journey into the life and work of the defining figure in Scandic design and one of the greatest modern architects, Alvar Aalto. Recounting the intimate yet tragic love story he shared with his architect wife, Aino, the film provides a cinematic tour of their creative process and iconic buildings ...

  • About Bintou

    A young Malian student in Guangzhou reflects on the challenges of living abroad as an African, Muslim woman.


  • Advocate


    Since the early 1970s, attorney Lea Tsemel has made a career out of defending Palestinians in Israeli courts: feminists and fundamentalists, non-violent demonstrators and armed militants. As far as most Israelis are concerned, she defends the indefensible. As far as Palestinians are concerned, sh...

  • A Life For Ballet


    Legendary ballet reconstructionist Pierre Lacotte and his wife and longtime dance partner Ghislaine Thesmar influenced the world of ballet with their work, including adaptations of romantic ballets such as Coppelia in Shanghai in 2002, Daughter of the Danube in Tokyo in 2007 and La Sylphide in 20...

  • A Life in Dirty Movies


    A Life in Dirty Movies is a love story about legendary sexploitation director Joe Sarno, "the Ingmar Bergman of 42nd Street," and his loyal wife and collaborator Peggy. The film follows the Sarnos for a year, as 88-year old Joe struggles to get a new film project off the ground - a female-centric...

  • An American Satan


    Founded in 1966 by former organist and lion tamer Anton Szandor LaVey, the Church of Satan has often been surrounded by mysteries, scandals and moral panics. AN AMERICAN SATAN is an immersive journey into one of the most fascinating phenomena of American religious pluralism, featuring the views a...

  • An Art That Nature Makes


    Finding unexpected beauty in the discarded and decayed, contemporary photographer Rosamond Purcell has developed a body of work that has garnered international acclaim. This in-depth portrait details Purcell’s fascination with the natural world – from a mastodon tooth to a hydrocephalic skull – o...

  • Angry Inuk


    Seal meat is a staple food for the Inuit people, and many of the pelts are sold to offset the extraordinary cost of hunting. Inuit are spread across extensive lands and waters, and their tiny population is faced with a disproportionate responsibility for protecting the environment. They are pushi...

  • Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco

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    This vibrant time capsule reveals the decadent world of ’70s haute couture and the dominant fashion illustrator of the era, Antonio Lopez, whose distinctive drawings graced the pages of Vogue and Elle. A Puerto Rican native raised in the Bronx, Antonio was a seductive arbiter of style and glamour...

  • Atheist America


    Every Sunday afternoon two atheists in Austin debate callers for one hour on the only atheist television show in America. Over the span of twenty years The Atheist Experience has grown from local oddity to nationwide internet phenomenon. Along the way it has provided concentrated and entertaining...

  • Beautiful Darling


    Recapturing the excitement of New York’s underground scene, BEAUTIFUL DARLING tells the story of transgender pioneer Candy Darling, a star in the constellation that was Andy Warhol’s Factory. By the mid-sixties Jimmy Slattery, born in a Long Island suburb of Massapequa in 1944, had become Candy, ...

  • Bending Steel


    Chris Schoeck, a 43-year-old Queens native, is training to become a professional oldetime strongman. The story follows Chris’ journey from his early days training in a small basement storage unit to his very first performance on the big stage at New York’s historic Coney Island. Alongside his tra...

  • Between Land and Sea


    Experience a year in the life of a surf town at the mercy of the Atlantic Ocean. Set against the backdrop of Ireland’s stunning west coast, this observational documentary – at times intimate, at times epic – embeds itself within Lahinch’s passionate surfing community. Following this dedicated gro...

  • Bosch: The Garden of Dreams


    A mystery within a mystery, “The Garden of Earthly Delights” is the most famous and intriguing work of Early Netherlandish painter Hieronymus Bosch. An artist who is as much as an enigma as his highly symbolic and detail-rich paintings, Bosch was recently celebrated around the world in honor of t...

  • Botero


    Fernando Botero is one of the world’s most popular living artists. While his art is instantly recognizable, the story of how he became “the Maestro” is largely unknown. Born in Medellin, Colombia in 1932, Fernando Botero experienced a violent and tumultuous political landscape in his youth, which...

  • Cassandro, the Exotico!


    Famed as much for his flamboyant drag and sky-high pompadour as for his show-stopping kicks and flips, Cassandro’s trailblazing ascent as one the industry’s first openly gay wrestlers has resonated internationally for a quarter century. Marie Losier captures the moving, humorous, and always color...

  • Central Airport THF


    Berlin's historic defunct Tempelhof Airport remains a place of arrivals and departures. Today its massive hangars are used as Germany's largest emergency shelter for asylum seekers, like 18-year-old Syrian refugee Ibrahim. As Ibrahim adjusts to his transitory daily life of social services intervi...

  • Coby



    In a small town deep in the American Midwest, Suzanna begins a gender transition to become a boy, named Coby. Throughout this period of transformation Coby and his loved ones must confront their own preconceived notions of gender and sexuality while facing difficult decisions and prejudice. Combi...

  • Conduct! Every Move Counts


    The struggle of five artists for success at the International Conductors' Competition in Frankfurt provides real-life drama that tests not only their musical ability but their personal character. Told against the backdrop of this career-defining event, CONDUCT! EVERY MOVE COUNTS documents the fri...

  • Cooking at the World's End


    Set against the beautiful backdrop of Galicia’s coastal provinces, COOKING AT THE WORLD’S END invites viewers to embark on a journey of the senses. Documenting a land and a people rich in passion and culture, the film follows the rise of Grupo Nove, an association of leading chefs who joined forc...

  • Dispatches from Cleveland


    DISPATCHES FROM CLEVELAND is a five chapter documentary focused on ordinary Clevelanders who have been long shaken by police misconduct, social discrimination, and poverty. Depicting intersecting movements in Cleveland, the series examines how residents' love for their hometown pushes them to wor...

  • Dogs on the Inside


    DOGS ON THE INSIDE follows the relationships between abused stray dogs and prison inmates working towards a second chance at a better life. In an attempt to rebuild their confidence and prepare for a new life outside, these prisoners must first learn to handle and care for a group of neglected st...

  • East Jerusalem West Jerusalem


    Israeli singer-songwriter David Broza sets out to realize his dream of cooperation and dialog between Israelis and Palestinians through music. During 8 days and nights of joint creation by his mixed Jewish and Muslim band in an East Jerusalem studio, a hopeful message of equality and unity arises...

  • Famous Nathan


    An insider documentary directed by the grandson of Nathan Handwerker, founder of iconic Brooklyn institution Nathan’s Famous, Coney Island's premier hot dog stand. Filmed over a 30-year period, the film details Nathan's upbringing in a poor village in Poland, emigration to New York, and the creat...