In this beloved cult classic, an aspiring filmmaker struggles to complete a hilariously lo-fi horror film, only to be derailed by personal demons and the staggering ineptitude of his production team.
Barbed wire and armed guards surround the residents of a secret Soviet-era city deep within Russia. Told they are the world's saviours and that outsiders are their enemies, a smuggled-in camera crew reveals the shocking truth.
An extraordinary lineup of top music stars including event mastermind David Byrne of The Talking Heads, Nelly Furtado, St. Vincent and more perform live with 10 "colour guard" teams—perfectly synchronized students in pep-rally choreography—in this one-of-a-kind, kaleidoscopic event.
Will natural reproduction grow passé? This compelling film brings together visionaries and experts on both sides of the in vitro fertilization debate, exploring the controversial hand of science in the art of baby making.
Girls Don't Fly
A flight school for young Ghanaian women appears on its surface to offer escape from the patriarchal structures of society; instead, this unpredictable story reveals a confrontation with chauvinism resulting in a powerful and resonant political awakening.
At age 34, former NFL defensive back and New Orleans hero Steve Gleason was diagnosed with ALS. With limited time left to live, he purposefully records his spirited and inspiring life—a heartfelt time capsule for his newborn son.
How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change
Fresh off his hometown fracking exposé Gasland, Oscar nominee Josh Fox applies his personal investigative style (and banjo playing) to climate crises around the world, encountering unexpected hopefulness and inspiration along the highly entertaining way.
Deep in the rainforests of southern Mexico, two Mayan brothers run free among the relics of their ancient civilization, but as one prepares to leave the village school, the future of his family and community hangs in the balance.
Michael Shannon Michael Shannon John
Having just learned of each other's existence, four half-siblings—two Michaels and two Shannons—attempt to reconcile conflicting versions of their mysterious father, who died 12 years ago in a barrage of gunfire in the Philippines.
My Scientology Movie
Truth really is stranger than fiction when the legendary Louis Theroux sets out to uncover what goes on in the Church of Scientology through a revealing and hilarious investigation filled with absurd twists and turns.
Under threat of detention and deportation, four young Afghan refugees hustle as ball boys in Tehran's tennis clubs, their outsider status barring them from competing. Frustrated, they weigh risking it all for an unknown fate in the West.
The clientele of Bindle & Keep, a Brooklyn company that tailors bespoke suits for people across the gender spectrum, share their deeply personal stories of realizing their new identities, embracing difference and living bravely in one's own skin.
A Walnut Tree
The devastating trauma of displacement is starkly realized in this portrait of an elderly Pakistani teacher who, from his refugee camp, nostalgically longs for a home that may no longer exist, destroyed in the ongoing conflict with the Taliban.