Tall as the Baobab Tree poignantly depicts a family struggling to find its footing on the edge of the modern world fraught with tensions between tradition and modernity.
Engaging, suspenseful and breathlessly paced, No is both a tense political thriller with a profound message, and a vibrant document of Chile's triumphal return to democracy.
Follow iconic filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin as she investigates the stories and the slow court cases behind the media-storm surrounding the Attawapiskat First Nation in northern Ontario. In The People of the Kattawapiskak River, we meet the mothers, fathers, children who live in conditions worse than had been imagined...
Camp 14 – Total Control Zone is a fascinating portrait of a young man who grew up imprisoned by dehumanizing violence yet still found the will to escape.
A true cinematic experiment, The Act of Killing explores a chapter of Indonesia's history in a way bound to stir debate—by enlisting a group of former killers, including Indonesian paramilitary leader Anwar Congo, to re-enact their lives in the style of the films they love.
What does it mean to be a woman in a world ruled by religion and violence? A poetic and politically charged allegory, The Patience Stone focuses on the plight of women ruled by archaic laws and traditions.
A testament to ingenuity, willpower and endurance against all odds, No Place on Earth brings to light an extra-ordinary true tale of survival that remained untold for decades.
Meet Masha, a 19-year-old who grew up in the Putin era, on her journey through the Kremlin-created Nashi youth movement. This coming-of-age tale focuses on Masha's personal political struggle and paints a grim picture of the Russian political climate.
Srdjan Dragojevic's The Parade takes a comedic look at Serbia through the lens of one group's fight to hold a Gay Pride parade in Belgrade.
A World Not Ours hits notes on a wide emotional scale, from tears to laughter, as filmmaker Mahdi Fleifel makes us feel for his family, friends, and home as strongly as if they were our own.