32 Pills: My Sister's Suicide
A talented, gorgeous and well-loved New York artist and photographer kills herself in a strikingly peculiar fashion. Years later, the director—her sister—combs through her belongings to painstakingly uncover her motives in this refreshingly witty and brave quest.
About My Liberty
A group of millennial students plan protests unlike any Japan has ever seen—loud, well-marketed and fun—against President Abe’s plan to pass a security bill that will change the constitution’s commitment to peace and pacifism.
After a decade of stardom at Israel’s world-renowned Batsheva Dance Company, an American performer boldly decides to leave her coveted position and venture back home to create her own evocative and powerful artistic practice.
Bring the Jews Home
Want to hasten the return of Jesus Christ? Flemish Christian activist Koen Carlier can help. He travels through Ukraine, seeking out Jews to “send back” to Israel, in this tragicomic look at the absurdity of fanaticism.
The Charter at 35
A Curious Minds–style conversation featuring brilliant political influencer and former justice of the Supreme Court of Canada Mr. Ian Binnie, unravelling Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms, focusing around pressing issues facing Canadians today, with a sneak peek at In the Name of All Canadians.
The Girl Down Loch Änzi
A 12-year-old living in the Swiss mountains whose closest relationship is with her diary finds a deep fascination and connection with the mysterious legend of a girl who allegedly disappeared in a valley within her village.
Madison, a sweet 26-year-old transitioning from male to female, gets lessons on all things feminine from her martini-drinking grandmother and unexpectedly finds love with her best friend.
Driven by a commitment to capturing the heart-wrenching realities of war, award-winning conflict photographer Chris Hondros, killed in combat in 2011, shed light on world events with his arrestingly powerful imagery, and changed lives with his definitive work.
After surviving cancer, running across Canada and becoming a national hero at 19, Steve Fonyo turned to theft, larceny and drugs. Now in his 50s, he’s trying to retake control of his life in this follow-up to the award-winning Hurt.
A remote western Pacific island nation is a “recruiter’s paradise” for the US military, and the Nena family has served for generations. They are not American citizens and cannot vote, yet they die for a country not their own.
Life to Come
Born dangerously premature, a pair of twins spend their earliest days in a cold, sterile hospital, fighting to live. Surrounded by loud instruments and a whirlwind of doctors, their young mother struggles to form a life-saving bond.
The rise and fall of legendary ballerina Margot Fonteyn, told through extensive archives, firsthand accounts and Palmer-curated performance footage, is a story that has it all: courage, talent, celebrity, sex, betrayal, tragedy…and lover Rudolf Nureyev.
DocX: The Maribor Uprisings: A Live Participatory Film
Political protest turns into street-level uprising in Slovenia, and audiences get a chance to understand and experience how public outrage can quickly ignite in this participatory live documentary experience.