THE TRUE COST is a documentary about the impact of the fashion industry on the human rights and the environment.
ORIENTED delves into the lives of three young gay friends living in Tel Aviv, whose identities are not only complicated by their sexual orientation, but also by the fact that they are Palestinians who have become citizens of Israel.
In studying the male perpetrators of domestic violence, CALL ME DAD expounds upon the personal complexities of the epidemic with skill and sensitivity.
SUMÉ: THE SOUND OF A REVOLUTION tells a fascinating story of the rock band that served as a metaphor for Greenland’s thirst for independence.
Though clunky and at times reductive, Rehad Desai’s MINERS SHOT DOWN excels when relying purely on the shocking scenes of the massacre and through its remarkable access to police and security footage.
Laurent Bécue-Renard’s portrait of American Iraq War veterans undergoing therapy for PTSD is a sobering look at the mental toll of war and a crushing indictment of entrenched emotional repression.
In showing the plights of two climate change-affected countries through personal stories, THULETUVALU succeeds as a quietly effective call to action.
THE HUMANITARIANS is a tender film, wanting its audience to understand that people with disabilities, whether they be physical or intellectual, maintain a strong human desire for intimacy.
Los Hongos is an intimate coming-of-age tale that paints a markedly idealistic portrait, but a largely important one nonetheless.