A women's professional football team finds their greatest battle is off the field with the limitations of their sport in this passionate doc...
Sheffield Doc/Fest 2020 Review: A Sunset Can Be Seen as a New Horizon in Hannah Jayanti’s “Truth or Consequences”
A world that is looking a lot different for its inhabitants comes into focus in this inventive nonfiction excursion to New Mexico.
Sheffield Doc/Fest 2020 Review: One Systemic Failure Leads to Another in Anthony Baxter’s Gutting Exposé “Flint”
The corrosive consequences of the water contamination crisis that will last for generations are brought to light in the new film from the di...
Frameline 2020 Review: An Influential Magazine Faces a Future Beyond Its Pages in “Ahead of the Curve”
An engaging profile of Franco Stevens, the founder of the groundbreaking lesbian magazine Curve.
An accusal of witchcraft threatens to sweep a proud matriarch off her land in this captivating documentary.
AFI Docs 2020 Review: Sebastian Junger and Nick Quested’s “Blood on the Wall” Reveals How the U.S./Mexico Border Crisis Started From the Outside
An humanizing look at the role governments across North and Central America have played in destabilizing its citizenry.
AFI Docs 2020 Review: A Musician Gives Voice to a Community Grappling with Violence in “Freedia Got a Gun”
An artist's look at gun violence in her native New Orleans hits home.
A profile of three alt-right personalities pulls back the curtain on a tiring act.
A look at the transgender community of Christopher Street in New York where history was made with Stonewall and the future is still hardly p...
AFI Docs 2020 Review: A Family Crisis Comes Into Focus in Miles Hargrove’s Riveting “Miracle Fishing”
A truly unique home movie documents a family attempting to rescue their kidnapped patriarch.