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Q: Into the Storm
Who controls QAnon?
Allen v. Farrow
A look behind the years of sensational headlines to reveal the private story of the accusation of sexual abuse against Woody Allen involving his 7-year-old daughter with Mia Farrow.
Small sum, big consequences
Stories from the frontlines of suicide prevention
Black Holes | The Edge of All We Know
Two teams chase the elusive black hole. One, including Stephen Hawking, works to solve a paradox at the heart of science. The other, the earth-spanning Event Horizon Telescope, attempts the first picture of a black hole, 55-million light years away.
Caroline and Colette are social workers. All day long, they receive families who are seeking asylum in France to assist them with the process. Every day, there are new arrivals, from the four corners of the world, by charter plane or by covered truck
RUTH - Justice Ginsburg in Her Own Words
RUTH tells the improbable story of how Ruth Bader Ginsburg who couldn’t get a job after graduating at the top of her law class became a revered Justice of the Supreme Court and icon for gender equality and human rights.
James Stewart / Robert Mitchum: The Two Faces of America
On this, the twentieth anniversary of their deaths, what heritage have these two Hollywood legends left behind them, and how did their particular qualities feed the American dream?
Deeply moving and laugh-out-loud funny, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu share science-backed wisdom of how to live with joy in troubled times in Mission: JOY.
The intermingled destinies of autocrats’ or bloodstained despots’ wives, divided into seven episodes that combine love, glory and terror
Claude Lanzmann: Spectres of the Shoah
Oscar-nominated biographical documentary examining the life and work of pioneering French filmmaker Claude Lanzmann, and the making of his 1985 Holocaust masterpiece Shoah
A Jobless World?
A jobless world? investigates this proclaimed end of "work". The film sets off to meet with researchers, businessmen and whistle-blowers in the heart of this new world facing a unique technological and social divide
Latin America: A Giant In Turmoil
An inside view on the new challenges the continent is facing
Carole and Pascal embark on their winter transhumance with three donkeys, four dogs and eight hundred sheep, braving the cold and the snow, with a canvas cover and animal skins as their only shelter at night
It starts out like a fairy tale: there's a queen, a king and their beautiful children, Pauline, Anaïs and Guillaume. But it's a bit more complicated, a little more funky than that
Who's afraid of Alice Miller?
Martin is beaten by his father and rejected by his mother - and she looked away. This could be an example from the bestseller “The drama of the gifted child“ by psychoanalyst Alice Miller. Except Martin is Alice Millers son
No Man's Zone
The 40 year old nuclear power station on the coast of Fukushima went into crisis after being struck by the tsunami on March 11th 2011. Within 24 hours, evacuation order was proclaimed to the surrounding 20 Km area
In a Soldier's Footsteps
Even after the worst happened to this child, Steven found the courage to tell his story.
Vulva 3.0, Between Taboo and Fine Tuning
We live in hypersexualised times. The insecurity of many women is a goldmine for cosmetic surgery promising the perfect vagina.
Willy Ronis, The Reporter and His Battles
Relating the great historical events of the 20th Century, the film portrays a humanist photographer who never gave up his political and social commitments
Rules of the Game
The coaches of an employment consultancy firm teach young people without qualifications the attitudes and language required to find work today
Nowadays in France, a group of teenagers reenact iconic films from the 1968’s era. While barely able to define neither political commitment nor the idea of revolution at first, they gradually realize that the perspectives from the past still echo in our present politics
No Man Is an Island
No Man Is an Island travels across Europe, from the farmers working together in the Galline Felici cooperative in Sicily to the architects, craftspersons and elected representatives who collaborate in the Swiss Alps and in Austria
Like an Open Sky
On the French-Belgian border, there’s a unique place that takes in children with mental and social problems. Day after day, the adults try to understand the enigma that each one of them represents and invent the solutions that will help them to live in peace
Into Our Hands
When their lingerie factory goes bankrupt, the employees—mostly women—attempt to take it over by forming a cooperative. Their little enterprise becomes a theater where, in an impish tone, fundamental economic and social issues are played out amidst the bras and panties
I'll Come to You with Deaf Eyes
The film examines the roots of the distress that plagues the Deaf, and explores a rich and fascinating world, a people that struggles to preserve its Sign Language and Culture
How I Came to Hate Math
Taking us on a journey around the world to meet the greatest mathematicians, How I Came to Hate Math tells the story of how mathematics has changed our world for the better... and sometimes for the worse
The documentary takes us on an incredible journey mixing images of private archive material and the fascinating testimony of Reinhold Messner and his colleagues
To the Four Winds
In the Roya valley between France and Italy, thousands of migrants try to cross the border each month. Cédric Herrou, a local farmer, welcomes migrants at his home, challenging French immigration policies
The Boy Factory
The Boy Factory follows several classes of teens at technical colleges in remote regions of France as they train to become foundry workers and mechanics in the hopes of securing a better future for themselves and their families
Sons of Honor
In the most violent region of Italy, the ‘Ndrangheta mafia rules. One of the few who dares to stand up against the mafia is the President of the juvenile court, Roberto Di Bella. Through him and his team we will meet the sons of some of the most dangerous men in Italy
John Ford, the Man Who Invented America
The film draws John Ford's portrait and explores the many echoes between his works and the turbulence that America is now going through
All My Mother's Goats
For over 40 years, Maguy has been manufacturing goat cheese with respect to nature and animals, on an isolated plateau in the Gorges du Verdon. Retiring Soon, she must give her flock. She decides to sponsor Anne-Sophie, a young farmer wishing to establish herself
The Grand Hotel Ballet
At the foot of the French alps, students at the renowned Lesdiguières Hotel School are on track to become chefs, headwaiters and housekeepers for the world’s most prestigious hotels and restaurants
Since their factory that had made suits for Kenzo (LVMH) was relocated abroad, the Klurs family is unemployed and in debt. That’s when François Ruffin knocks on their door, to pull one over on Bernard Arnault, CEO of LVMH and France’s richest man
On the coal road linking the Shanxi mines with the large port of Tianjin, in northern China, the drivers of 100-ton trucks shuttle endlessly to and fro, day and night. On the roadside: prostitutes, cops, petty racketeers, garage owners, mechanics
Bernadette Lafont, and God Created the Free Woman
Throughout the film, Bernadette Lafont, with her inimitable character actress voice, re-evokes a life in cinema marked with insolence, courage and freedom.
From 1941 to 1970, about 500 WWII orphans and foster kids were raised by Yvonne & Roger Hagnauer a.k.a; Goéland and Pingouin, two code names for this strong-willed and caring couple of Resistants.
This film is dedicated to Nana Caymmi, one of Brazil’s most sophisticated singers and her leading role in the Brazilian music world in the last 50 years. Nana Caymmi is the guardian of an unrivalled musical heritage
Through survivors' stories and the search for remnants of their era in modern Phnom Penh, the film reveals the vital importance movies had for an entire generation, as well as the complex legacy they leave today's youth to inherit.
Each and Every Moment
Every year, thousands of students embark upon courses that will lead them to become nurses. It is a difficult process during which they will have to acquire a great deal of knowledge, master numerous technical procedures and prepare themselves for heavy responsibilities.
HAYATI (My Life)
Osama and his son Zeid who were abused by a Hungarian journalist. Despite of himself, Osama became the symbol of the unfair treatment of immigrants and is given the chance to land his dream job: football coach in a Madrid based club
Abbas by Abbas
Abbas wan an iconic photographer and member of the Magnum Agency. This movie portrays an observer of the world and captures the last words of one of the most important photographers of our time.
Children Of Chance
In the small local school of Cheratte, a former mining town, 11-year old students with an immigrant background are coming to the end of their primary school education with Brigitte, a dynamic teacher
A Place in the Sun
François Ruffin – Member of French Parliament - embarks on a journey across France with documentary filmmaker Gilles Perret to go visit the infamous Gilets Jaunes (Yellow vests) occupying roundabouts since November 2018 to protest against social inequalities
Auroville - On The Path Of Utopia
For fifty years, Auroville, an experimental city in India, has functioned as a real life utopia. dir. Fred Cebron takes us on a journey inside this unique city
Believers, agnostics and atheists all feel the need for a narrative when confronting death. So, what is left of paradise, which once promised eternal happiness?
To Russia With Love
Leading up to the Olympics in Sochi, a law banning “propaganda of nontraditional sexual relations to minors” was passed in Russia. Gay Olympians were confronted with a tough decision: whether to protest in defense of their Russian comrades or compete in silence
Huxley on Huxley
Italian born Laura Huxley, a teenage violin virtuoso, left the concert stage to become a renowned psychotherapist and author. In 1956 Laura married Aldous Huxley, literary giant and prophet of the 20th century
“Ballerina Boys” is a portrait of Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, a dance company of male ballerinas who present dazzling parody of classic ballets changing the world one pirouette at a time
Three men who embark on a journey in search of meaning and happiness in the autumn of their lives.
Making a Mountain
Star architect Bjarke Ingels and his team have spectacular plans for a new waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen
Body of Truth
Artists Marina Abramović, Sigalit Landau, Shirin Neshat; Katharina Sieverding have been politicized by experiences with war, violence and suppression and integrated them into their work, using the most personal feature available: their own bodies
An Impossible Project
Fully shot on 35mm, this entertaining story follows the spectacular re-invention of Polaroid and comes as a light-hearted and inspiring story about the analogue vs digital world
Old age can still be fun - and a good business, too!
Lessons of Love
Free-spirited Jola, after escaping from a marital nightmare is letting loose with her friends and finds herself thrust into a new romance at a Latino dancing class
Having fled from Syria two doctors and their kids get separated
The mines of Johannesburg, or Jozi, have produced a third of all the gold mined in human history
Incredible coverage of 4 years in the office of the Swedish foreign minister, Margot Wallström
Journey to Utopia
A Norwegian family preoccupied by the global climate crisis decides to be the change they want to see in the world and move to an eco village in Denmark.
The Reformist - A Female Imam
The struggles of Sherin, one of the first female Imams in Europe.
The Good Death
One woman's journey to her final goal.
When refugees become rockstars in the most unlikely of settings.
How far does faith take you as a child, or in a cult?
Up, close and personal: a different look at how families are torn apart in war, and reunite in peace.
Humanity on Trial
The precedent in European courts: is it smuggling, or is it saving people from drowning?
When a highly talented young filmmaker tells the story of this country with compassion, beauty, and warmth.
Inside the War on ISIS
It looks different when a woman tells about war from inside.
Twelve years in the making, SHOAH is Lanzmann’s monumental epic on the Holocaust and features interviews with survivors, bystanders and perpetrators in 14 countries
Travelling across the USA, two European filmmakers conduct a series of interviews with Americans of diverse race, gender, religion and socio-economic standing, exploring the current climate of social and political life
The Campaign Against The Climate
In 1988 the world was prepared to act against climate change. Georg W.H. Bush talked about how ”the White House Effect would handle the Green House Effect”. But then something stalled the action which led to the alarming climate situation we are all facing today
How does one become a leader? Young conductors are in search of their place in the hierarchical world of classical music
Hagiga: The Story of Israeli Cinema
A unique two part documentary that encompasses 50 years of Israeli cinema through dozens of interviews with the filmmakers who created some of the most important, beloved, locally and internationally successful movies in the history of Israeli cinema
A brief televised guide to the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A succinct, lucid summary and concise presentation of its basic concepts and decisive events, while laying them out on a timeline and a spatial map, related from a variety of viewpoints and positions
An inner perspective into the phenomena of sexual abuse in Palestinian society
The refugee crisis encapsulated in a single night: a crowd of people wait in front of the immigration office for the tiny chance that they'll be granted a refugee status
Before Oprah, before Arsenio, there was Mr. SOUL! Ellis Haizlip ensures the Revolution will be televised with SOUL!, America’s first “Black Tonight Show.”
Ready Or Not
A Black 17 year-old gun violence survivor challenges a powerful white incumbent for a seat on Houston City Council. With one foot in teenagerhood and the other in hardball politics, Marcel McClinton comes of age before our very eyes
The School in the Cloud
What is the future of education in a networked world? Indian professor Sugata Mitra sets up an internet kiosk in a remote Bengali village to pioneer the “School in the Cloud”. The film follows the children as they encounter the internet for the first time
A female-driven, grassroots protest movement takes on the military establishment and challenges the patriarchal society of Israel to stop a bloody war that has been raging for years
Ben Gurion, Epilogue
Based on archive material, the film reveals the final years of Israel's founder, David Ben-Gurion. Excluded from leadership, he allowed himself a hindsight perspective on the Zionist enterprise
The eventful story of Golda Meir's term as prime minister of Israel – from her surprising rise to power and iconic international stature as “queen of the Jewish people”, to her tragic and lonely demise
Once Upon a Boy
The film gives us a rare and intimate view of family life, while navigating the universal experiences of a family, which have a unique experience of raising a child with special needs
A group of Orthodox Jewish women arrive at the "Kosher Beach" in Tel Aviv from their closed off community. Here they can be free. When the beach is facing a shut down, the heroines are afraid to lose their island of freedom
The film is a unique journey into the meeting point of the Jewish faith and the holocaust events, through the Admor of Sanz-Klausenburg's story of heroism
A personal journey by Rachel, an ultra-Orthodox director, through marriage, divorce, matchmaking, and head covering, records the world of ultra-Orthodox women and gives voice to their inner world for the first time
Suzan isn’t either-or. Suzan isn’t both. Not quite male, not quite female. At 35 years old Suzan discovers this for the first time
Hope I'm In The Frame
A portrait of Michal Bat-Adam the first and only woman director in Israel to regularly create films since the 70s. The film intimately documents her and her husband director Moshe Mizrahi sharing the struggle to make films despite aging
From Slavery to Freedom
FROM SLAVERY TO FREEDOM portrays the story of Soviet "Refuseniks" through the prism of Natan Sharansky's biography
Before My Feet Touch the Ground
A young Israeli named Daphni looks back on the time she went from a naive demonstrator to the figurehead of a national protest movement
Through rare archival footage and a dramatic first-person re-enactment of one of the biggest Cold War muddles of the 1970s, Lithuanian sailor Simas Kudirka tells the tale of his desperate jump to freedom
The Devil's Advocate
The Devil’s Advocate is a feature-length documentary by Emmy-Award winning directors Habiba Nosheen & Hilke Schellmann that follows lawyers who defend men accused of terrorism
California's Latest Water War
Based on recently declassified files, Oscar-nominated filmmaker Sam Pollard explores the US government's surveillance and harassment of Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Power of Conscious Commerce
Lost Warrior is the story about Mohammed, a young Somali man who grew up in England. At the age of 19, he was deported to Somalia and recruited by Al- Shabab
Based on a true story, Little Germans offers astonishing insights into the structures of various rightwing extremist families, presented in a unique mix of animation and documentary
Golden Dawn Girls
A political thriller shot from the inside of Greece’s extreme right-wing party
The Fight for Greenland
The amazing story about four young Greenlanders fighting against cultural dominance, geo-political powers and taking responsibility of the future of their beloved country
The adventurous traveler Audun Amundsen is spellbound in the deep jungle of Mentawai in Indonesia by a people living like they have always done for thousands of years. A shaman, Aman Paksa, takes Audun under his wing and a lifelong friendship evolves
One More Dead Fish
Six Canadian fishermen, who practice sustainable handline fishing, go from 'rednecks' to radicals when they seize a government building to fight corporate globalization and environmental destruction
A rare invitation into the world of a young artist dying of cystic fibrosis as he navigates the ominous, sacred, and unmapped journey at the end of life
The Greatest Party on Earth
Every good party leaves a few hangovers. This one left a country reeling, never to recover
Under the Boardwalk: The MONOPOLY Story
A classic board game that has been played by over a billion people in the last 85 years, MONOPOLY® is a worldwide cultural phenomenon. "Under the Boardwalk" captures fascinating stories about the game and those who play it
Factory of Lies
An American soldier shooting holes in the Quran, brothels for animal sex in Denmark, Swedes convicted for eating bacon in front of a Muslim Woman, ISIS soldiers in training camp in Ukraine – stories all of which are produced in Russia – and all of which are fake
A Gift from God
Was the failed coup in Turkey in fact staged by the powerful President Erdogan himself? Or was it just an unbelievable luck for him to use the moment to clean up the country?
Voices from El Sayed
El Sayed village has the highest percentage of deaf in the world. Deafness is accepted as one’s fate. Allowing modern medical technology of Cochlear Implant to change the destiny of 3 years’ old Muhammed challenges tradition in this conservative community
Slaves of the Sword: Yitzhak Rabin
Rabin, the quintessential Israeli fighter, what drove him to turn diplomacy, to politics to the post of Prime Minister? Until Israeli militarism nurtured, among others, by Rabin, turned against him: he was assassinated by a Jewish fanatic
Slaves of the Sword: Moshe Dayan
“Rocking the boat is his favorite tactic, to sway it sufficiently for the helmsman to lose his grip” Moshe Dayan an enigma- a warrior, a farmer, a man of the world? A non conformist who defied norms and conventions
The Age of the Generals: Begin
I hope to be remembered as someone who prevented civil war- this is more important than having been the supreme commander of the underground movement, prime minister or the peace treaty with Egypt. Begin in his own words
Slaves of the Sword: Ariel Sharon
Sharon incorporated reliance on naked, brutal power when dealing with the Palestinians. Deviant in his tactics, he has changed the map of Israel almost to the point of no return. Until he too became a victim of his own manipulations
The Inner Tour
The Inner Tour is a sightseeing tour of the State of Israel of Palestinians from the occupied West Bank. Tourists in their homeland. The windows of the bus serve as a two-way mirror at the Palestinian tourists, at Israeli society
Slaves of the Sword: Golda
The ultimate Jewish Mother, Golda Meir, turned out to be the Israeli Iron Lady, neither more civilian nor more feminine in her decisions than her male counterparts. She continued the power politics of Israeli leaders and personified Israel’s unyielding stand
Rabin - Shivah in November
Itzhak Rabin was assassinated in the middle of his groundbreaking peace initiative, by a political opponent. This is an authentic documentation of the immediate reactions of grief in Israel, before grasping that the course of history was forever changed
Roll Red Roll Toolkit
The Roll Red Roll Toolkit follows the film’s impact campaign and supports college athletic administrators, coaches, and counselors who are looking for a way to discuss sexual assault prevention with student athletes
Is it a moment or a movement? Surge follows three, diverse female candidates who each ran in uphill battles to flip their deep red districts to blue in the historic, barrier-breaking 2018 midterm elections
Boogie Man: The Lee Atwater Story
Legendary political rock star Lee Atwater helped elect Ronald Reagan, created the Bush dynasty, and taught the Republican Party that politics is war. Then Lee repented. Or did he?
The Rescue List
In a hidden safehouse in Ghana, social workers help two children recover from a childhood enslaved to fishermen. But their story takes an unexpected turn when their rescuer embarks on another rescue mission and asks the children for help
Ernie & Joe: Crisis Cops
A rare 360 degree portrait, Ernie and Joe: Crisis Cops follows two police officers with the San Antonio Texas Police Department who are diverting people away from jail and into mental health treatment, one emergency call at a time
Kiss the Ground
Narrated and featuring Woody Harrelson, "Kiss the Ground" is an inspiring and groundbreaking film that reveals the first viable solution to our climate crisis
An illustration of a small mountain cooperative community at 1000 meters elevation
The First Sea
A touching story from the midst of the Israel-Palestine conflict
Private Revolutions - Young, Female, Egyptian
Courage, Will, and Sensibility
My Fathers, my Mother and Me
Growing up in the infamous Freidrichshof commune, Paul-Julien Robert looks at what the nature of family is
Solo - Out of a Dream
A story of poverty, violence, and escape from the slums of Rio de Janeiro
The economy of diaspora. China Reverse is the story of the Chinese community in Vienna and their relationship with their homelands
At 26, Leyla is elected the youngest mayor in Turkey, in her hometown of Cizre, a Kurdish capital city near the Iraqi-Syrian border—a city she fled over 20 years ago, after her father was killed by the Turkish military
Kinders follows children and teenagers of different origins through their sometimes difficult and confusing, sometimes funny and bitter lives
A daughter follows her mother with a camera on a personal journey through domestic violence, leading them both between the contradictions of family.
Eisenberger - Art Must Be Beautiful, As The Frog Says To The Fly
What really constitutes artistic freedom? And does it require artists at all?
This Land is My Land
The United States: one nation - divided
Sochi - All in the Game
A look at the new face of Russia
Are You Sleeping, Brother Jakob?
A film about both farewells and reunion
With God's Grace
A story of suffering and survival
Kick Out Your Boss
A look at alternatives to Late Stage Capitalism
If you’re human, you’re biased. Now what?
Bureau 39: Kim's Cash Machine
How is it possible that North Korea, one of the poorest countries on earth finances a nuclear weapons programme large enough to challenge the USA? The answer: Bureau 39.
Eat, Grow, Love
We often ask ourselves, how can I contribute to a more sustainable society? 'Eat, Grow, Love' travels across the globe to find that permaculture could well hold some of the answers.
Bhutan: The Dictatorship of Happiness
With its exquisite natural beauty and emphasis on ‘Gross National Happiness’ Bhutan seems like a model for the rest of the world. But behind this idyllic façade there lies a more complex reality
Beyond the Grace Note
'Beyond The Grace Note' looks at the struggles and problems that many of the most famous female conductors in the world have had to face pursuing their chosen profession
Beirut, La Vie en Rose
We follow the lives of four members of the Lebanese Christian elite. In one of the world´s most politically unstable countries, they are the last representatives of a golden age they are reluctant to give up
In the Valley of the Wupper
1992. In Wuppertal, in Germany, two skinheads killed a man who claimed to be Jewish. Amos Gitai questions the witnesses, the residents, and the protagonists of the trial.
In the Name of the Duce
A cartography of the Italian political landscape during the 1993 municipal and presidential campaigns. The leading contenders in Naples are Mussolini's granddaughter Alessandra and her left wing rival Antonio Bassolino.
Give Peace a chance: Political Route
The path of political ideas, from Cairo to Jerusalem via Washington
Give Peace a chance: Writers speak
An intellectual journey: Arab and Jewish authors discuss the utopian aspects of their work and present their views on how the situation in the Middle East could improve
Give Peace a chance: Theater for life
Juliano Merr, resident in Haifa, runs a small theatre company for children in the Jenine camp for Palestinian refugees on the West Bank. His mother is an Israeli, his father an Arab
War and Peace in Vesoul
In the train on the way to the Festival in Vesoul, filmmakers Amos Gitai and Elia Suleiman talk about the subjects that preoccupy them: war and peace in the Middle East, their film projects, their cities, their private lives...
Infinite Potential - The Life and Ideas of David Bohm
He was one of the 20th Century’s most brilliant physicists. Einstein called him his spiritual son. The Dalai Lama relied upon him as his “science guru.” So why is it that hardly any of us know the name: David Bohm?
Picture a Scientist
A harrowing look into the systemic discrimination against women in the fields of science. This film provides a rare first-person accounts of the struggles undertaken by women scientists, their inner conflicts and the comradery that helped them to come out with their stories
Stories of kindness, decency, and the power of community in America
A Haunting History
Haunted by his violent past, lawyer Anuol returns to his homeland, South Sudan, committed to serve his country and hold accountable those who are responsible. But his quest, hits a wall when he is confronted with his countrymen’s reluctance to reconcile with history
A House in Jerusalem
Filmmaker Amos Gitai examines the new residents of a house he visited 18 years earlier
Weapon of War
Military and rebels unveil their hidden motives and strategies of rape of as a war crime in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Justice for Sale
JUSTICE FOR SALE follows Claudine, a young and courageous human rights lawyer, in her struggle against injustice and widespread impunity in Congo
The Case Against 8
A behind-the-scenes look inside the historic case to overturn California's ban on same-sex marriage. The high-profile trial first makes headlines with the unlikely pairing of Ted Olson and David Boies, political foes who last faced off as opposing attorneys in Bush v. Gore
Chris The Swiss
Croatia, 7th of January 1992: In the middle of the Yugoslav Wars, a young journalist is found dead, dressed in the uniform of an international mercenary group. Twenty years later, his cousin Anja Kofmel investigates his story
In a small Amazonian village, Gilberto Gil performs a concert. This concert addressing key questions of cultural diversity is the result of Gil's journey across the Southern hemisphere
The Dark Hobby
All the pretty fishes and the price paid to tank them
On the Record
Filmmakers Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering examine the sexual assault allegations against hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons
In iHuman, some of the brightest minds in the AI industry decrypt a roadmap to our future. Who is really holding the code?
Ahead Of The Curve
Franco Stevens’ outrageous adventures with the world’s best selling lesbian magazine connect lesbian visibility in the ‘90s to queer womxn’s activism today
The Greenaway Alphabet
The whos, whats and whys of filmmaker Peter Greenaway, directed by his wife Saskia Boddeke
Living the light - Robby Müller
When his films are finished, his images keep moving
The definitive inside story of the alt-right, following movement leaders as they ride a wave of racist ideas to viral fame
The Lebanese Rocket Society
The strange tale of the Lebanese space race
Silence is not an option
For the Whales
Writers, artists, and musicians celebrate the whale
The Oligarchs' Wives
The dream of marrying rich can turn into a horrible nightmare, as some oligarchs’ wives have found out
The Jewish Underground
This political thriller tells the story of how the members of the largest terrorist organization of the Israeli Right Wing settlers have now become a dominant power within the current Israeli government
Latifa Ibn Ziaten is the story of a mother who becomes an activist
The new role of Social media is utilized by Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank.
Bernard-Henri Lévy and a team of cameramen travelled the 1000 km of the frontline that separates Iraqi Kurdistan from Daesh's troupes
Made In Auschwitz: The Untold Story of Block 10
Almost eighty years ago, gynecologist Carl Clauberg conducted medical experiments on Jewish women in Auschwitz. For the first time they tell their story to the world
Lene Marie Fossen, a world class photographer, suffers from anorexia. She stopped eating at the age of ten. Intent on exposing the shame around anorexia and confronting her disease, her art is naked and honest
The Men's Room
25 Norwegian men in a men's choir are rehearsing for their biggest gig ever: warming up for Black Sabbath. But at the same time, their conductor is dying from cancer.
Illustrious & Unknown: The Man Who Saved the Louvre
"We don’t choose our enemy, but we pick our fight." Jacques Jaujard (1895-1967)
"Revolution can be done with peace, love and beer, but if it’s not working, we’ll throw stones, we’ll set fire and break glass!" Indianara, a bigger-than-life revolutionary character and her group who lead a fight for the survival of transgender people in Brazil.
Those Who Jump
A film about making a film, By the producers of Academy-Award Nominees "The Look of Silence" and "The Act of Killing"
Raed Andoni, director of "Fix ME", assembles an eclectic group of Palestinian ex-prisoners in order to rebuild the Israeli investigation center in which they were all imprisoned.
John Lewis: Good Trouble
A fascinating look into the life and times of U.S representative and activist, John Lewis. Using interviews and rare archival footage the film delivers an intimate account of Lewis's legacy and contribution to the Civil Rights Movement
The Viewing Booth
Would seeing how we see change the way we think?
In the King of Prussia
Starring Martin Sheen and The Ploughshares 8 in the trial and conviction of peace activists who performed the first act of disarmament since World War II.
PilgrIMAGE is a populist but personal inter-generational journey into movies, media and image-making.
Forget everything you thought you knew about population.
Midsummer in Newtown
A show of strength. An act of courage.
Activist. Conservationist. Rebel.
Bending the Arc
In the 1980s, three young people barely out of their teens began a movement that would change global health forever. Bending the Arc tells their story.
99% Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film
An engrossing behind the scenes look into the history of the Occupy Wall Street Movement: its key participants, struggles and impact on our present life and future.
How the children of a Palestinian theater group got involved in the Intifada
Angels in the Dust
Angels In the Dust is the story of a courageous, self-sacrificing, fiercely loving woman who chooses a spiritual path over a material one; it tells of the life-changing power of one compassionate heart.
Three high school senior find inspiration and the possibility for a better life while attempting to win a scholarship for the country's best culinary schools under the tutelage of Mrs. Stephenson, a one of a kind teacher.
Speak Your Peace
Down the Deep, Dark Web
Is the Darknet a prophetic glimpse into the twisted dystopian future that awaits us or the key to escaping the Orwellian reality in which we are already living?
A feature documentary where four survivors from the Utøya massacre of 2011 reconstruct their memories in a black box studio together with twelve young participants in order to share and remember their experiences.
Journalist Shay Fogelman of Israel’s Ha’aretz newspaper has been circling the world and chasing every clue in his hunt for Yehoshua.
An Intimate Journey Into America's Mental Health Crisis
A one-hour documentary that delves into the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the birth of a new movement to treat and prevent toxic stress
One high school’s unlikely success story.
Most Likely to Succeed
A Provocative Look at the Future of Education
School Of Seduction
Three Russian women in their 30s who all seek the same: security, a higher social status and eternal happiness.
Where We Belong
Two separate worlds emerge from what once was considered a unity.
The Arctic Camels
He wanted a horse...
Killing loneliness one door at a time
The Border Fence
A political satire about populism and its absurd consequences
Architecture Must Blaze
An exclusive insight into Wolf Prix' Coop Himmelb(l)au
Do we have to tolerate sexual violence as a by-product of war?
The story of CRISPR. The most important scientific discovery of the 21st century.
The World According to Sesame Street
The World According To Sesame Street explores the drama, challenges, and rewarding outcome as dedicated Sesame producers and local producers bring to life the world’s most watched children’s television program in Bangladesh, Kosovo and South Africa.
Everyone's busy being somebody - Ram Dass
Island of the Hungry Ghosts
Poetic profile of the forgotten asylum seekers detained on Christmas Island
Raghu Rai - An Unframed Portrait
An unframed portrait of Magnum photographer Raghu Rai and his 50 year long journey capturing the stories of India
The Art of Museums (series)
Blurring the boundaries between entertainment and high culture, this series takes the viewer into a fine selection of world’s most renowned museums.
Kids on the Silk Road (series)
15 countries along the colorful ancient Silk Road, 15 children (11-14 years old) who give an insight into their lives and challenges.
Mamacita is the story of a Mexican matriarch who blows her family history wide open in a surprising documentary by her grandson.
How to Make a Book with Steidl
Who's the man behind Robert Frank, Karl Lagerfeld and Jeff Wall? Their publisher Gerhard Steidl.
The Life and Performances of Benjamin Netanyahu
Running With Beto
Running with Beto follows Beto O'Rourke's rise from political unknown to national sensation through his bold attempt to unseat Ted Cruz in US Senate.
Roll Red Roll
Roll Red Roll is a true-crime thriller that goes behind the headlines to uncover the deep-seated and social media-fueled "boys will be boys" culture at the root of high school sexual assault in America.
Every Child Needs A Family
The First Patient
First year medical students on the ultimate expedition to explore the inside of the human body
The Hebron Hills garbage dump serves the Israeli settlements in the area and is a source of an eked-out livelihood for 200 Palestinian families.
House Call - Vika
We follow the medical team aiding Vika, a single mother with cancer, during her final days.
Oleg and the War
Follow 10-year-old Ukrainian boy Oleg, who learns to navigate his childhood through the war.
A film exposing and exploring the multinational economy around us
The Price of Free
Opening our eyes to the injustice of child labour, this film tell the true stories of child labourers rescued by Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi.
Wadi Grand Canyon
Twenty years after his first "Wadi," Amos Gitai returns for the third time to Wadi Rushmia.
A film-diary shot in the occupied territories before and during the invasion of Lebanon.
Wadi, Ten Years Later
Ten years after his first Wadi, Amos Gitai takes up again the tale of the inhabitants of Wadi Rushmia.
News from Home / News from House
Amos Gitai completes the trilogy, exploring the relationships between the house's inhabitants, past and present, Israelis and Palestinians.
A Letter to a Friend in Gaza
Gitai pays homage to Albert Camus, while interjecting texts by Izhar Smilansky, Emile Habibi, Mahmoud Darwish, and Amira Hass.
House enables each of the voices in it to go its own way in the face of the power and complexity of the events unfolding before it.
Death by a Thousand Cuts
In DEATH BY A THOUSAND CUTS, the murder investigation of a Dominican park ranger by a Haitian charcoal producer reveals the complex, growing conflict between the Dominican Republic and Haiti in the battle for natural resources.
Girl Rising 5th Anniversary Edition
The updated film features new research on girl’s education, video updates on the girls, and videos from the Girl Rising movement featuring students, teachers, and community leaders taking action for girls’ education.
Do You Trust This Computer
From the director of WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR?
What if your passion was punishable by law?
State of Mind
People from the war-torn DRC will not be able to be productive until they overcome their trauma.
Stories of Our Lives
A series of vignettes based on true stories collected for the Stories Of Our Lives project.
The search for a South African husband begins.
Love the One You Love
‘Love The One You Love’s parallel stories question the ideals we hold too sacred: love,
happiness, and the New South Africa, the pursuit of which makes truth impossible.
An offbeat Sudanese love story set in a time of civil war.
Beats of the Antonov
BEATS OF THE ANTONOV shows how the people of the Blue Nile and Nuba Mountains in Sudan how they deal with civil war. Traditionally music has always been part of daily life but now it has a new role in a society challenge by war.
Congo in 4 Acts
A quartet of powerful, hard-hitting short films that lay bare the disturbing reality of everyday life in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
“The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong at the broken places.” - Ernest Hemingway, A Farewell to Arms
Filmmaker Moran Ifergan, takes us on a year-long journey into the women's section of prayer at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, as she remembers the religion she left in her late teens.
America to Me
Academy Award®-nominated filmmaker Steve James examines racial, economic and class issues in contemporary American education in the multipart unscripted documentary series. Witness it through their eyes.
That Which I Love Destroys Me
An uncensored look at the current epidemic of PTSD and severe mental trauma that create tremendous challenges for returning service members.
Enter a hidden third world shadow industry of digital cleaning, where the Internet rids itself of what it doesn't like: violence, pornography and political content.
GURRUMUL is a portrait of an artist on the brink of global reverence, and the struggles he and those closest to him faced in balancing that which mattered most to him and keeping the show on the road.
The Distant Barking of Dogs
This Peabody award winning film follows the life of 10-year-old Ukrainian boy Oleg throughout a year, witnessing the gradual erosion of his innocence beneath the pressures of war.
Isis, Tomorrow. The Lost Souls of Mosul
Isis, Tomorrow traces the months of war through the voices of the children of militiamen trained to become suicide bombers, but also of their victims and those who fought them.
In My Room
An up-close and personal look at six teenagers inside their room, told entirely out of their self made videos posted on YouTube.
Through the stories of Russian immigrants scattered across Israel and outside of it – the image of the last great wave of Russian immigration is unfolded in all its facets.
Based on the book by Jonathan Safran Foer that aims to alter the frame of public discussion about industrial agriculture and the future of meat
Far from the Tree
From The New York Times best seller and "10 Best Books" Honoree Andrew Solomon
Allah in Europe
What is the future of Islam in Europe? How hopeful can we be of an European, enlightened version of Islam, and will it be possible to overcome the Europeans’ distrust of Islam?
Why 119 million people in Europe live under the breadline today. How could this happen? The reality of deprived children, unemployed young adults, and indigent workers spreads all around the Union. What does Europe do for them?
Moshe is a survivor. His family was murdered when he was 13 years old. Moshe is different from other survivors and did what many only dared to dream of, he got revenge.
A documentary about the life and activism of Jaha Dukureh, a Gambian anti-female genital mutilation campaigner who returns to her country of birth to confront the harmful tradition that she and 200 million women and girls have undergone globally.
Hero. Icon. Dissenter. RBG explores the life and career of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
A portrait of the life of Liberian activist Silas Siakor, a tireless crusader against illegal logging and a symbol of resistance for a new generation.
When there is nowhere to go, nowhere is home. An epic film journey led by the internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei.
A German Life
Brunhilde Pomsel got closer to one of the worst criminals in world history than anyone else presently alive: she was the secretary for Joseph Goebbels. Now 105 years old, she tells her story.
A colorful personal journey into the dawn of the clean energy era as it creates jobs, turns profits, and makes communities stronger and healthier across the US.
Race to Nowhere
Featuring the heartbreaking stories of students across the country who have been pushed to the brink by over-scheduling, over-testing and the relentless pressure to achieve, “Race to Nowhere” points to a silent epidemic in our schools.
The Islands and the Whales
An Interpid Cinema film
The Last Dalai Lama?
Will he be the last Dalai Lama?
Dolores Huerta fought tirelessly alongside Chavez for racial and labor justice and became one of the most defiant feminists of the twentieth century. The fight continues...
Return Of A President - After The Coup In Madagascar
RETURN OF A PRESIDENT tells the inside story of the five-year battle to bring President Ravalomanana home and reinstall democracy in Madagascar.
What Lies Upstream
The truth has been spilled, in this classic detective story where investigative filmmaker Cullen Hoback travels to West Virginia to uncover the truth behind a massive chemical spill that left 300,000 people without drinking water for months.
the bomb is an experimental film that explores the strange, compelling, and unsettling reality of nuclear weapons, featuring music composed by the electronica / rock band THE ACID
In a world that is so connected, why do we feel so alone? Jacqueline Monetta asks teens to share their struggles with mental illness and suicide.
Straight/Curve: Redefining Body Image
A documentary about body image and industry leaders challenging society's dangerous and unrealistic standards of beauty
Doctors in a Parisian hospital are fighting a life-and-death battle. Everything’s got to be cheaper, quicker and more efficient. A glimpse of imminent burnout in the healthcare system.
A portrait of New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina, revealing how displacement and destruction were used as an opportunity for neoliberal initiatives, drastically intensifying the city’s economic, social and racial inequalities.
Romeo Is Bleeding
Richmond, CA is a community struggling with gun violence, stemming from a turf war which spans multiple generations. A local arts organization recruits young people to take part in an urban adaptation of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet.
Guardians of The Earth
The Paris Agreement is a milestone in history that will influence the next few decades.This is the only film team that got access behind closed doors of the negotiations, to reveal the clash of forces that will shape our future.
An Inconvenient Sequel
A decade after AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH brought the climate crisis into the heart of popular culture, comes Al Gore's riveting and rousing follow-up that shows just how close we are to a real energy revolution.
Tutti A Casa - Power to the People?
In many Western countries, people have lost faith in conventional political parties, and populist movements are on the rise. Italian comedian, Beppe Grillo, vows to bring the people to power through his party Movimento.
Reporters Against Power
Fidan Ekiz visits courageous people from across the world who practice journalism under dictatorship or oppression, traveling to the countries where journalists can make the difference, even whilst their freedom of speech of speech is under threat.
Henry Miller - Prophet of Desire
Rediscover Henry Miller, the most infamous representative of modern American literature.
Examining the recent epidemics of Ebola, Influenza and Zika, Unseen Enemy makes it clear that epidemics bring out the best and worst of human behavior, and that their effect goes far beyond the terrible tolls of sickness and death.
Hotline for Refugees and Migrants, a Tel Aviv based NGO, fights an uphill battle against the rising xenophobia and against the legislation which treats illegal border crossing as criminal offense.
Purim, the happiest Jewish holiday. The celebrations are intense and high energy and balanced by other more serious aspects of Purim - giving cash to those in need.
Family Matters (Girsa Deyankuta)
With their parents' divorce, a family is divided between the two conflicting worlds: that of Ultra-Orthodox Judaism and of the secular
Into the North
A coming-of-age story of young Czech Jewish refugees who were saved by Danish farmers during the WWII.
Seven women arrive in Israel by ship in the 1950s and 1960s and are sent straight to Dimona, a town recently established in the desert.
Can one be a Catholic priest and an Observant Jew at the same time? 12 years after he was ordained as a Polish Catholic priest, Romuald Waszkinel discovers that he was born to Jewish parents, and that his name was Jacob Weksler.
During the 1920s, Café Nagler was the hottest place in Berlin. Mor, the film's director embarks on a journey to find out what's left of her family's legendary café.
Death and the Maiden
Shortly after World War II, over 1000 paintings were found in a Cellar in southern France, by a Young-Jewish artist called Charlotte Salomon
A Trip to the Other Planet
An animated portrayal of Jewish writer and holocaust survivor Yehiel De-Nur's hallucinatory journey back to the "Other Planet" of Auschwitz.
The Freedom To Marry
The epic and surprising story of same sex marriage in America; the most successful - and perhaps most inspiring - civil rights movement of our time
Oceans are a sonic symphony. Sound is essential to the survival and prosperity of marine life. But man-made ocean noise is threatening this fragile world.
My Life: Isabella Rosellini
She is beautiful, and smart, and funny. And in this film, there is a whole hour of her. In her home, at work, and on the set of the new 'Napoléon'.
One war, ten days, three stories: the Old City of Jerusalem, at the dawn of a new Middle East. For the Brits, it’s the shameful end of 30 years Mandate. For the Jews, it’s the birthday of their State. And for the Palestinians, it’s a catastrophe.
La Paloma - The Melody of Longing
No other piece of music has ever been interpreted, arranged or released as often as “La Paloma”. From Richard Tauber to Pavarotti, from Elvis Presley to Dean Martin, from Mariachi to Sinti – La Paloma is the Grande Dame of pop music.
World Class Kids
"An Arab, a Jew, a Chinese, and a Philippine walk to school ..." It sounds like the beginning of an old joke, but instead these are some of the second-grade pupils attending an elementary school in the heart of Tel Aviv.
This is the strory of Winnie Madikizela Mandela, one of the most misunderstood and intriguingly powerful contemporary female political figures.
Conservation is war, especially when it comes to protecting the planet’s last remaining mountain gorillas.
The C Word
Reveals the forces at play keeping us sick and dares to ask: if up to 70% of cancer deaths are preventable... what are we waiting for? It's time for cancer to be afraid of us
The Music of Strangers
The only way to change the world is to make a little noise: The extraordinary story of The Silk Road Ensemble, an international musical collective created by legendary cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
What remains after all is lost? A story of the aftermath of the deadliest mass shooting of schoolchildren in American history.
Going behind the lines to expose crimes against humanity with the E-Team - the most intrepid division of a respected, international human rights group.
A Brave Heart
Following the inspiring journey of 26 year old, 58 pound Lizzie Velasquez from cyber-bullying victim to anti-bullying activist.
A Small Act
With clarity and grace, A Small Act bears witness to the ripple effect one singular action can have.
This Changes Everything
Inspired by Naomi Klein’s international bestseller, THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING is an epic attempt to re-imagine the vast challenge of climate change.
Half the Sky
Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide
The emotional journeys of two women victimized by corruption and injustice in Mexico and of the love, dignity and resistance that allowed them to survive.
National Bird follows the dramatic journey of three whistleblowers who are determined to break the silence around the secret U.S. drone war.
Olympic Pride, American Prejudice
In 1936, 18 African-American athletes won hearts and medals the Berlin Olympic Games, defying theories of Aryan supremacy. History forgot all except one. This is the story of the other 17.
Under The Gun
In the gun debate, truth is the ultimate weapon. UNDER THE GUN gives a human face to a crisis that is costing us in blood and scarring the conscience of a nation.
Toxic Hot Seat
A searing exposé on the use of toxic chemicals in consumer products. Are chemical flame retardants making us sick?
Time to Choose
Climate change is the biggest challenge humanity has ever faced – and is also our greatest opportunity. TIME TO CHOOSE leaves audiences understanding what can be done to fix this global threat.
Based on the global bestseller by Patricia McCormick, SOLD is the story of Lakshmi who journeys from a pastoral, rural village in Nepal to a gritty brothel/prison called Happiness House in Kolkata, India.
The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia
How can dyslexia, a persistent problem with learning to read, be as great a gift as it is an obstacle?
A documentary by Academy Award winning filmmaker Roger Ross Williams based on a book by Pulitzer Prize winning writer Ron Suskind.
Do Not Resist
DO NOT RESIST is an urgent and powerful exploration of the rapid militarization of the police in the United States.
A winter spent in the heart of an emergency shelter for homeless people in Lausanne, and the nightly selection process which decides which of the needy will receive a hot meal and a bed.
South to North
By following the Big Project of Chinese Rivers Diversion, director Antoine Boutet explores a territory transformation that is the consequence of a political choice. But is it the good choice?
We do as we’re told. Or do we? A compelling new feature documentary breaks open Stanley Milgram’s dramatic ‘Obedience to Authority’ experiment and forces us to re-evaluate its conclusions.
I Am Here
Every week, millions of viewers tune in to China's most popular singing competition, Super Boy. I Am Here immerses us in the finalists' gruelling, adrenaline-filled experience, whilst raising provocative questions about the social context of such a phenomenon.
Good Things Await
Neil is an ageing farmer who's produce is prized by Copenhagen's famed NOMA restaurant. Will new regulations threaten his way of life?
After years of preparation, the Xus leave their home in the darkness one morning, taken by bus to a townhouse complex hundreds of kilometers away. But will their new life be a better life?
Reach for the Sky
Can one test shape the rest of your life? Suneung isn’t a regular high school test. The test determines not only where high school seniors attend university but also their ultimate status in Korea's hierarchical society.
With an acceptance rate of just 0.1%, India’s most prestigious medical school is much more competitive than any Ivy League university. Getting in, however, is the easy part.
Little People Big Dreams
Behind the curtains of the most unlikely kingdom on earth. This is China's Dwarves Empires, where little people stand tall. Or do they?
The story of Lauri, and the story of other victims of school bullying and other childhood trauma: victims full of white rage, which may lead to extreme acts of violence such as school shootings.
What is the story behind the most iconic photos from around the world? A unique and fascinating 10 episode journey into the contact sheets that produced these images.
Five Days to Dance
"If people can dance together, people can live together." Two choreographers show up at a rough Spanish high school one Monday morning to put this adage to the test.
A Match Made in Heaven
For the first time, orthodox Israeli Jews allow a camera to enter their personal lives on an intimate level, enabling us to discover the practice and belief which guides their approach to marriage and "dating".
A film about the quest for gender equality in Africa, told through the eyes of a Finish Aid worker in Uganga experiencing homophobic blackmail.
Leila Khaled Hijacker
Leila Khaled was the first woman in the world to hijack an aircraft, an American Boeing 707 in 1969. How did this Palestinian woman become one of the world's most famous terrorists?
Berlin for Beginners - A Roma Home Movie
Humor, chutzpah and solidarity against poverty and exclusion: members of the Velcu family from Faţa Luncii, Romania, move to Berlin and begin performing the future they want for themselves.
Women of the sea have to hold their breath to survive. The documentary reveals a closed community of women whose lives are bound to the oceans surrounding them.
Dali's Last Masterpiece
For the first time, the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres opens its doors for an all-access tour with the master himself.
10 Billion - What's On Your Plate?
By 2050, the world population will grow to ten billion people. In the middle of the heated debate about food security, comes this broad and analytic look into global food production and distribution
The world is increasingly divided by walls, physically separating the human beings living on either side of them. How can we understand WALLS as a global issue?
Thank You For Playing
How can a video game address the universal complexity of grief? THANK YOU FOR PLAYING explores how the fusion of art and technology can document profound human experiences in the modern age.
A film about the future of human reproduction taking place right before our eyes. This investigation takes us around the world to patients and researchers, to egg donors and surrogate mothers, to laboratories and clinics.
I Am Kuba
A coming-of-age film, following Kuba, a twelve-year-old boy from Poland who is left to take care of his little brother Mikołaj (8) after their parents are forced to leave them to work abroad.
Cinema mon amour
CINEMA, MON AMOUR follows the story of a lifetime cinephile in his battle to preserve one of today's last remaining cinemas in Romania
In God's Hand
The story of three former priests, a Belgian, an Austrian and a German, is related through three intimate confessions, juxtaposed with the filmmaker's own personal story.
With U.S. abortion clinics are fighting to survive, what remains of a woman's right to choose?
Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief
A provocative tale of ego, exploitation and lust for power, shining a light on the Church of Scientology, how they attract true believers, and the things they do in the name of religion.
Michael Haas has played war video games since he was 5. At 19 he is employed by the US AirForce as a drone pilot.
The riveting stories of two modern-day vigilante groups and their shared enemy - the murderous drug cartels.
Food Chains exposes the abuse of farmworkers within the United States and the complicity of the multibillion dollar supermarket and fast food industries.
From her childhood bedroom in suburban Chicago, Ala’a, a 19-year-old American girl coordinates the revolution in Syria.
3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets
3½ MINUTES: TEN BULLETS dissects the aftermath of the murder of 17-year-old Jordan Davis and the trial of Michael Dunn who, in 2012, shot him repeatedly at a Florida gas station for playing his music too loudly.
Debugging the Gender Gap: What would society gain from having more women and minorities in the tech industry, and how do we get there?
Behavioural scientist Dan Ariely discovers the complicated truth behind what happens when we lie to each other.
Poverty has become a multi-billion dollar industry: the business of doing good has never been better. Who profits the most?
The Armor of Light
Faith, firearms, and one minister's journey... the story of one Evangelical Reverend trying to find the courage to preach about the growing toll of gun violence in America
One Day on Earth
The first film made in every country of the world on the same day
Before the Last Curtain Falls
The exceptional and heart-warming stories of a group of transsexuals and drag queens in their sixties and seventies, who summon the courage to take the stage one last time.
Children of the State
How did 500'000 Russian orphans became the victims of international political power games?
The Hunting Ground
A startling exposé of sexual assault on U.S. college campuses, institutional cover-ups and the brutal social toll on victims and their families.
Most Valuable Players
Meet a new kind of high school All-Star in a live television event that celebrates excellence in high school musical theater.
One Lucky Elephant
Where does an elephant go after a life in the circus?
A Haitian Princeton janitor returns to his country after the devastating 2010 earthquake to revive his lifelong dream to bring what is most fundamental to his village's survival; clean water.
Inequality For All
A powerful exposé of how the widening income gap has a devastating impact on the American economy
The Great Invisible
The truth will surface. The story of the Deepwater Horizon oil rig explosion as seen through the eyes of oil executives, survivors and Gulf Coast residents who experienced it first-hand.
At 10 years old, Chico Colvard accidentally shot his older sister in the leg. This seemingly random act detonated a chain reaction that exposed unspeakable realities and shattered his family.
The Crash Reel
The Mind Has Mountains. Kevin Pearce is an unforgettable athlete with a comeback story with a difference.
Louder than a Bomb
A mic. A stage. A pen. A page. The story of four Chicago high school poetry teams as they prepare to compete in the world's largest youth slam
The Human Face of Big Data
The Promise and Perils of Growing a Planetary Nervous System
The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare. Tackling one of the most pressing issues of our time: how can we save our badly broken healthcare system?
It takes a village to unite the most divided people on earth. Budrus shines a light on people who choose nonviolence to confront a threat.
The most widely used educational media tool teaching the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, a beautiful and deeply moving portrait of seven children on both sides of the divide
Educating girls can break cycles of poverty in just one generation, yet millions of girls aren’t in school.
The Invisible War
A groundbreaking investigative documentary about one of America’s most shameful and best kept secrets: the epidemic of rape within the U.S. military
We Are Legion
The Story of the Hacktavists
An intimate, character-based drama about people who look to a virtual world in search of something they are missing in their real lives.
How to Survive a Plague
The story of how activism and innovation turned AIDS from a death sentence into a manageable condition.
Surviving Hitler: A Love Story
A gripping film that combines simple romantic narrative, tense wartime story, and eye-opening links to monumental historical events.
Pray the Devil Back to Hell
The dramatic success story of the women's peace movement of Liberia
Terms and Conditions May Apply
A disquieting exposé that demonstrates how we unknowingly, click by click, generate a cloud of data that records our every on-line move.
With one switch, everything changes. PARTICLE FEVER gives audiences a front row seat to our generation's most significant and inspiring scientific breakthrough as it happens.
We're Not Broke
When will corporations be made to pay their fair share?
The Internet's Own Boy
A personal story about what we lose when we ignore the implications of technology and its relationship to our civil liberties.
A Place At The Table
One nation. Underfed. Examining the issue of hunger in America through the lens of three people struggling with food insecurity.
The World Before Her
A provocative portrait of Indian women and their current cultural conflicts.
A visually stunning portrait of our planet's changing climate
Success is our only option. Spanning 12 years in the lives of two middle class black families sending their sons to a prestigious Manhattan private school.
Awake: The Life of Yogananda
Filmed over three years with the participation of 30 countries around the world, the documentary examines the world of yoga and explores why millions today have turned their attention inwards, bucking the limitations of the material world in pursuit of self-realization.
Crime After Crime
Horribly abused, wrongfully imprisoned... one signature away from freedom.
An Autoblogography about Love, Death, and Technology. This is an exhilarating rollercoaster ride to discover what it means to be connected in the 21st century.
The House on August street
The story of the Jewish Children’s Home in Auguststrasse, Berlin, and its heroic transfer to Israel by Beate Berger once the Nazi Party rose to power.
A Collection of Short Films by Joshua Oppenheimer
An exclusive look at the early short films made in the career of Joshua Oppenheimer, the Oscar nominated director of THE ACT OF KILLING and THE LOOK OF SILENCE
War of Lies
War of Lies is the story of an Iraqi refugee, whose information about portable weapons of mass destruction passed through the hands of the BND, MI6 and CIA.
The most famous dominatrix in France creates sadomasochist “Ceremonies” in her chateau. Welcome inside...
Falciani's Tax Bomb
An insightful documentary on the HSBC whistleblower Hervé Falciani and the global controversy over banking privacy and international tax regulations.
Author and cook David Gross embarks on a road trip across Europe, cooking exclusively what others throw away.
Like The Others
A rare insight into daily life at a child and adolescent psychiatric centre. We meet dedicated therapists, parents and patients with very different problems.
Mark Twain once said, "Buy land, they're not making it anymore." With the world’s farmland is at risk, this aphorism has become a matter of urgency
The Old City of Jerusalem is in the heart of the Middle East conflict. Measuring just a single square kilometer, people from three of the world's great religions rub shoulders in four distinct quarters, against the backdrop of some of the holiest sites in the world.
Life Is Sacred
The fearless Colombian philosopher-politician-teacher Antanas Mockus and his followers struggle for peace in a country with the longest running internal conflict in the world. This is a story about 4 years that changed a country forever.
Oscar®-winning director Stefan Ruzowitzky attempts to unlock the minds of Nazi killers, trying to understand why these men followed orders and how killing became routine.
The Look of Silence
In this highly-anticipated companion to The Act of Killing, Joshua Oppenheimer offers another haunting look at the Indonesian genocide, this time from the perspective of the victims.
The 50 Year Argument
Told through the inimitable documentary style of Martin Scorsese, The 50 Year Argument rides the waves of literary, political and cultural history as charted by its subject: the influential and renowned publication The NY Review of Books.
Vienna's Lost Daughters
The exceptional story of eight women who left their native Vienna during the war as part of the Kinder Transport and remade their lives in New York City
Affectionate, provocative and funny, Women's Lust questions the taboos surrounding the sexuality of older women.
Aharon Barak, controversial President of the Supreme Court of Israel and author of the Law syllabus staple, "The Judge in a Democracy", bares his soul on camera for the very first time.
Cathedrals of Culture
"If buildings could talk, what would they say about us?" This 3D film project about the soul of buildings allows six iconic and very different buildings to speak for themselves.
No Fire Zone
An explicit and horrifying exposé of the final months of the Sri Lankan civil war, as told by the people who lived through it, providing direct evidence of a war that was supposed to be conducted in secret.
This film focuses on the friendship between Perla Ubsitsch, a dwarf who survived Dr. Mengele's cruel experiments in Auschwitz, and a researcher Hannelore Witkovsky. Together they search for an old film featuring Perla and her siblings.
The Women Pioneers
The Women/Pioneers uncovers the passion, struggle and pain of the female pioneers who came to Palestine a hundred years ago with the dreams of creating a new world and a new woman.
How much unspoiled nature should we preserve and what do we sacrifice for clean, renewable energy? Dreamland gradually turns into a disturbing picture of corporate power taking over nature and small communities. It’s the dark side of green energy.
Dust. The great Asbestos Trial
The great asbestos trial recounts the first degree criminal trial of Turin, which should decide of the responsibilities of the biggest leaders in the social aftermath of the company's activities, related to both his own employees and the community.
Governments apply models taken from business corporations in order to improve our health care systems. Do choice, competition and capitalist models improve health care?
Lost Down Memory Lane
The first documentary about living with Alzheimer’s, as seen through the eyes of the people who suffer from it.
Teenager Sujeylin Aguilar raises her newborn daughter Karla on the same streets she has been calling home for the past eight years. Mother and baby struggle to reach the little one’s first birthday.
Many of us fear age. Youth is our modern world's ideal. These ballplaying ladies might change our ideas, and possibly make us realize that those who do get to experience old age are actually the lucky ones.
Coach Zoran and His African Tigers
South Sudan became an independent state in July 2011, following almost 50 years of civil war. This film follows veteran coach Zoran Djordjevic as he seeks to forge the first national football team in the new country.
Empire of Dust
Two different cultures clash in the dust of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Not only the language barrier but also the extreme cultural differences make any kind of cooperation almost impossible.
My Toxic Baby
This is a personal essay that aims to broaden the options that are made available to parents in the context of the chemical world we live in today.
The Man who made Angels Fly
Michael Meschke is one of the world's top puppeteers.Over time he amassed a collection of 3,000 marionettes that must now vacate unsuitable basement storage in a Stockholm museum. Each has its own story and unmistakable personality.
An Arab man marries a Jewish woman and they live in quiet harmony within the Arab-Jewish community with their son and daughter. The family unit is broken when they discover that their Arab father is behind dozens of terror attacks.
Hugo Pratt in Africa
Thrown from a normal Venetian childhood into a wretched Fascist adventure in Ethiopia, Hugo Pratt's years in Africa irrevocably shaped his life and works.
“The Israel Experience" is one of the largest Zionist outreach projects in recent years, with the aim to create new allies for the government of Israel. To this end, it takes young Jews on guided tours of the “Holy Land”.
Mad as Hell: Peter Finch
Maps the significance and legacy of Australian actor Peter Finch’s life and career as seen through the eyes of his daughters, fellow actors, producers and manager.
My Barefoot Friend
Shallim is a rickshaw puller, an ordinary man with an old and tired rickshaw. He runs endless miles with it each day to allow him to support his family.
A character driven film, following four Israeli boys from their high school graduation and deep into the army service. At the age of 18 they will all become the property of the national army.
Scientology. The Truth About A Lie
Honest, objective and nuanced, this documentary aims to show why individuals are consciously or unconsciously drawn into the Church of Scientology, asking why they stay and how can one fall prey to such a system.
Over a decade ago, the filmmaker fell into a deep hole of drug use and nearly destroyed himself. Emerging clean but fragile, he remained isolated from his family for years. Recently he discovered how this shattered his parents' lives.
A compelling and true whodunit that digs into African religion and the heritage of colonisation, based around an iconic photograph which captured a brave act of revolution
Darwin. No services ahead
With a population of 35, Darwin exists without a government, church or children it has a makeshift look and feel. A droll and dusty portrait of a place where privacy is prized and boundaries respected.
A tale of two lifeguards, Mauricio and Jean Pierre, who occupy neighbouring lookout towers and bring very different approaches to their job
The Al-Mahdi Scouts
The Al-Mahdi scouts are Shiite Muslims. An Islamic community, originally from southern Lebanon, who follows the prophet Mohamed and his descendants and whose lives are affected by the Israeli-Arab conflict.
Eight Rwandan children leave their families behind to embark on a life or death journey seeking high-risk but potentially life-saving heart surgery in Sudan.
Victor Erofeyev is a Russian author and dissident in conflict with the authorities since the Soviet era. Victor shows us deep inside into Russian society, facing yet another big change. Nothing can be taken for granted for Victor or Russia
To See If I'm Smiling
Female soldiers provide a personal account of their experiences in the Israeli Army, the only one to conscript women for mandatory military service.
Long Distance Love
What are the personal consequences of migrant work? 3500km stand between Alisher and his wife: can their love bridge the gap?
Red Forest Hotel
Could China's growing environmental awareness set an example for the rest of the world, or is there something more sinister lurking behind the country's new green innitiatives?
Brides of Allah
Israeli director Natalie Assouline chronicles the lives of women who are serving time in prison for involvement in terrorist attacks in Israel.
50 Years! Of Love?
What is it like to be married for 50 years? An honest look at marriage beyond the honeymoon and the "happily ever after" cliches.
Dolls. A Woman from Damascus
In a traditional Damascene milieu, Manal is challenged to cherish her excellence as a housewife. Still, she insists on chasing a personal dream of getting back to work.
As the survivors emerge from China’s worst natural disaster in decades, they speak for today’s Chinese generation thrust into the nation’s relentless pursuit of progress.
Kalash, The Last Infidels of Pakistan
A young woman must choose between converting to Islam, join the modern world or enable her tradition to continue. With the choice of her generation the eternal return of the seasons sanctified by Kalash could fin an end.
Millions Can Walk
100'000 displaced indigenous Indians walk to Delhi to demand that the government recognise their rights
Chittagong is a small port city of southern Bangladesh. Everyday some 20,000 people there risk their lives for an average wage of $2 a day.
In Bed with the Arab Spring
Women played key roles in the revolutions that swept the Middle East. In the aftermath of these political upheavals, they find themselves on the front line of the clash between traditionalism and secularism in modern Islam.
The Vanishing Spring Light
Documenting the parallel decline of the ageing matriarch Grandma Jiang and the old neighborhood where she grew up – set to disappear under the inexorable forward march of gentrification.
Where is my Son?
'Hyo' is a Korean word meaning filial duty. It is a term rarely used these days, as traditional family values are rapidly changing.
My Thai Bride
A personal and touching insight into the phenomenon of older western men marrying young Thai women.
Shariq, a 22-year-old electrician living in Kanpur, is renowned for his prowess in stealing electricity. In the face of day-long power-cuts, he runs illegal connections so that homes, factories and businesses are not left in the dark.
Sea of Butterfly
After an 8-year relationship, Jae-nyeon and Woo-young decide to get married. Though similar brain lesions define them, the pair must confront and resolve marital issues identical to any other couple.
State of Play
Top video game players in South Korea can earn hundreds of thousands. But what happens to these young men's lives when play becomes work?
Char... the No Man's Island
Rubel is a fourteen year old boy smuggling rice from India to Bangladesh, crossing the river Ganga which acts as an international border between the two countries.
Blush of Fruit
Tong Phuoc Phuc, has been praised as an anti-abortionist and a saviour to ‘fallen’ Vietnamese women and their unwanted children. With rumours of child abuse and profiteering, does this home offer the safe-haven which these women expect?
The Good Son
The unbelievable story of 22 year old Or, who secretly finances his sex change operation in Thailand and then returns home as a woman to face her new life, her family and the cost of living her dream.
I Am a Woman Now
The story of the first generation of transsexuals, as told by five women who underwent surgical reassignment procedures in 1950s Casablanca.
A River Changes Course
Three young Cambodians struggle to overcome the crushing effects of deforestation, overfishing, and overwhelming debt in this devastating and beautiful story of an ancient culture ravaged by globalization.
Big Tobacco, Young Targets
Tobacco will continue to kill 8 million people each year and yet the dangers of smoking are well known. The very survival of the industry is at stake and they will do what it takes to remain profitable.
A Mi Lado (By My Side)
Some mothers put their children first. Some don’t. To survive in the trash of the Chureca, three young women will have to determine whether their mothers are their best allies or unexpected foes.
A Stranger's Skin
How does a young man become obese? Arnaud is 20 and severely overweight. Whatmade him overeat and why does he now decide to turn to surgery to solve his weight problem?
Agnus Dei: Lamb of God
Agnus Dei is a courageous documentary on the thorny subject of pedophilia in the Catholic Church. 15 years after his abuse, Jesús is torn between Christian forgiveness and anger toward his sexual predator
Bicycle, Spoon, Apple
Pasqual Maragall is a well known and well liked Spanish politician. When he is diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's, he decides to use his position as a platform to advocate for research into this disease.
Babelsberg from East to West
The Babelsberg studios tell the story of German film industry, from the fame and genius of Fritz Lang and Marlène Dietrich, through the forced exodus of talented directors under the Nazi regime, to the post-communist era success enjoyed today.
All that Glitters
Examining the unfamiliarity of capitalism and democracy when introduced to a former Soviet country, where people who were never given autonomy are suddenly expected to make their own financial and political decisions.
Shadows of Liberty
90% of the media in the USA are controlled by five big for-profit-conglomerats, creating a media monopoly that is able to manipulate, censor and control.
The administrator of the mass deportation of Jews to the Nazi death camps Adolf Eichmann, was hanged in Israel's first and only execution. Shalom Nagar, a religious Jewish ritual slaughterer and street philosopher was the hangman.
Dancing with the Devil
OSCAR and Emmy awarded director Jon Blair offers us an intimate look at one of the bloodiest urban conflicts on earth; a gripping film with unprecedented access to some of Rio de Janeiro’s most wanted men...
Four generations, three funerals, two wars and a boyfriend waiting in Tel Aviv: in a tragic-comic clash between the filmmaker and the habit of obedience.
Although slavery is currently illegal across the world, there are more slaves in the world today than at any given point in human history. Why does slavery still exist and what will it take to finally get abolish it?
White Black Boy
In Tanzania, albinos are threatened by witch doctors who use their body parts to create magic potions. For their own protection, albino children are sent to boarding schools, far away from their families.
The Guantanamo Trap
No one escapes Guantanamo unscathed. Not the law, not the political morale – and certainly not the people. The film tells the story of these people and depicts their search for a life after Guantanamo.
The Age Of Aluminium
Aluminium has found its way into every facet of our lives: deodorants, sunlotions, vaccines or filtered drinking water. But this light metal comes with heavy consequences. ...
This documentary is a fierce indictment of the industrialized meat industry. The objective is to demonstrate the consequences of our excessive meat consumption: for the animals, for the earth, but also for our own bodies.
DHARAVI Slum for sale
Dharavi, India's biggest slum is to be demolish and its profitable real estate turned into billions of Dollars. The film follows the struggle of the underprivileged to defend their homes and livelihoods against mounting globalization.
A Diary of Healing
The director learns she has breast cancer. Her life is turned upside down. Her journey through the medical world, part of an artistic and personal quest, achieves unprecedented intimacy with the disease.
One journalist investigates how the recent spate of suicides amongst Indian farmers reflects the way in which globalization is dramatically changing the country’s agricultural infrastructure.
DANUBE HOSPITAL, a portrait of one of Europe’s largest hospitals, shows the daily routines and work processes at a powerful and highly complex institution.
Harbour of Hope
In Spring 1945 Red Cross liberated over 30.000 of concentration camp survivors and rescued them to peaceful Sweden.
An investigative documentary revealing how the Israeli military occupation in Palestine has become a business rather than a burden.
Journey To The Safest Place On Earth
The lethal, highly radioactive nuclear waste from decades of nuclear power use is to be disposed of in final repositories for centuries to come. Safe places are being searched for throughout the world.
Toxic waste was sent from Sweden to Chile in the 80's. Children began to play amongst the waste; when they get sick where does the finger of blame point?
Director Marc Schmidt films his childhood friend Matthew, who, due to his autistic disorder, desperately tries to create order in the chaos around him.
The women from the legendary Jewish sports club, Hakoah Vienna reunite on their 'old turf' 65 years after they fled Nazi Austria.
At the age of 20, director Anna Van der Wee lost her twin brother. By investigating the bond between twins, she hopes to understand what it means to be a twin, and what one looses when one of them dies.
My Beautiful Dacia
An humorous odyssey from Communism to Capitalism, seen from the perspective of one of Romania’s most charismatic symbols, the Dacia. The film follows several Romanians whose lives are interconnected by this humble car.
Women Of Hammas
A rare insight into the inner workings of Hammas, from the perspective of some of the organisations most powerful female members.
The Act Of Killing
In this chilling and inventive Oscar nominated documentary, the unrepentant former members of Indonesian death squads re-enact some of their many murders in the style of the American movies they love.
A candid portrait of Hollman Morris, a journalist in Columbia who speaks out about the violence in his country on his weekly television show. For this he has received both international acclaim and death threats.
Following the recent phenomenon in Turkey in which muezzin's compete for the most powerful and beautiful call to prayer , this film investigates the phenomenon of individuality within Islamic culture.
Kashmir: Journey To Freedom
After years of armed resistance a new generation of young Muslim Kashmiris decided to lay down their arms and start a nonviolent resistance movement in the hope of finally achieving peace and independence.
The Punk Syndrome
A film about Finland's most kick-ass punk rock band with Down Syndrome.
Rajai, a Palestinian “service” taxi driver ferries his passengers between East Jerusalem and Ramallah. En route, he either gives you insight into the challenges faced by Palestinians under Israeli occupation or drives you crazy. Or both.
Heroes for a Semester
Young law students have one semester to prove the innocence of prisoners whose cases even top American lawyers don't dare to tackle.
Footprints of War
What does a war mean to our ecosystem and how is the global eco-balance affected? Can a modern war be eco-friendly?
When a blond Californian with Alabama roots becomes a Flamenco guitarist in Andalucian boots, fathering five children to five different women, what happens along the way and behind the scenes?
Putin's Games investigates the absurd nomination of Sochi as the site of the 2014 Winter Olympics, and the political forces that propelled this sub-tropical city to be selected as host.
Inspired by characters from "Alice in Wonderland," "Waiting for Godot" and "Antigone," young Palestinian actresses deal with the military occupation and gender oppression, violence and grief, on stage and in life.
A critical look at the Israeli control of the flow of goods into Gaza , revealing the absurdity and cruelty of a policy that attempts to distinguish between necessity and luxury.
Seeds of Summer
Seven years after completing an IDF course for female combat soldiers, the director returns to the place where, for the first time, she fell in love with a woman – her commanding officer.
9 Years Later
A mother who converted from Islam to Judaism returns to Morocco from her new home in Israel to re-connect with her son who she hasn't seen for 9 years.
A Hebrew Lesson
A group of immigrants from all over the world come together in their Hebrew lessons, as they learn how to negotiate a new language, culture, and way of life.
A search for the identity of an anonymous victim of a suicide bombing in 2002.
Maori Boy Genius
Two cultures collide in the life of Ngaa, a young Maori boy who displays a prodigious talent for politics and the aptitude to become a leader of tomorrow.
My Sweet Canary
An exuberant musical and cinematic journey across Greece, and Turkey in search of Roza Eskenazi, an artist whose music shaped the soundtrack of the region for almost a century.
Recessionize! For Fun and Profit
A black comedy that explores the way some have managed to turn the recent economic crisis into an opportunity.
The first part of a trilogy about Wadi, a valley near Haifa where Jews and Arabs live in a state of fragile co-existence.
Facing her own struggles as a widow in a new country, Irena turns her energies to address the struggles of others: her 26 third grade students growing up in one of the toughest neighbourhoods in Jerusalem.
Thieves By Law
The former heads of Russia's criminal underworld have emerged to become reputable businessmen with significant political influence. Thieves By Law traces this transformation.
Jerusalem is Proud to Present
Plans to hold the International World Pride celebration in Jerusalem in 2006 were disrupted by orthodox Jews, evangelical Christians, and conservative Muslims, united by their objection to LGBT events in the city they consider holy.
Family Matters (Mishpuche)
A single hetrosexual woman teams up with a gay couple to form an alternative family cell.
The Cemetery Club
For over two decades, a group of women and men have been meeting weekly at Israel’s National Cemetery to debate philosophy, read poetry, eat lunch and determine the fate of the Jewish nation.
The Tale of Nicolai and the Law of Return
With humor, irony and the unconventional fusion of different genre styles, the film tells the story of a Romanian worker who realizes his Jewish roots can change his life.
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