On devising a camera set-up that would put an interview subject at ease when talking about one of the most painful moments in his life - who happens to be the director of the film.
A brilliant reconciliation of how to express the shared experience of a country and the individual perspectives of its diverse citizenry in an enthralling vision of Jamaica.
A dive into a black lesbian strippers collective in Los Angeles goes more than skin deep.
A lovely look at a 48-year marriage that has run out of romance.
Chase Whiteside and Erick Stoll's heartrending debut tells of three brothers showing grace under pressure when called upon to take care of their grandmother.
The ten-year study of a young Slovenian who becomes a father while he is still a teen brilliantly illustrates the families we create for ourselves and the ones we're born into.
The big dance in Flint, Michigan takes on greater dimension in this wonderful documentary.
This remarkable tale of how the Black Panthers and Young Lords solved the drug crisis in their community will put you on pins and needles.
David Osit’s wily profile of Musa Hadid, the mayor of Ramallah, amuses and devastates in equal measure.
Daniel Hymanson's moving portrait of the beauty that emerges from a 50-year marriage of convenience for a pair of inconvenient artists.
Subhed: A generation accustomed to self-curating an identity online tries to apply those principles offline in this provocative and engaging consideration of how we construct reality.