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A Bunch of Amateurs

A Bunch of British working class amateur filmmakers with nothing left to lose, tackle one of Hollywood's greatest musicals in order to save their beloved Club.

Britain’s oldest amateur filmmaking

A Chasm in Chinatown

"A CHASM IN CHINATOWN" follows the struggles of a Chinese American nonprofit, the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA), as its Executive Director, Nancy Yao Maasbach, navigates the challenges of NYC

Baba Babee Skazala [Grandmother Told Grandmother]

When Home Is What You Carry In Your Heart

“Baba Babee Skazala” [Grandmother Told Grandmother] tells the little known story of Ukrainian children torn from their homes in the crush between the Nazi

Backstreet to the American Dream

Backstreet to the American Dream is a 90-minute bilingual feature that takes the audience on a journey and delves into how street food fosters inclusion, all while exploring the deep connection

BAD FAITH: Christian Nationalism's War on Democracy

On January 6, 2021, invocations to Jesus rang out across the Capitol Mall in Washington D.C. as a violent confusion of forces attempted to overthrow the American government. While armed militiamen and

Baltimore Ballet Boys

After years of studying male technique, a Baltimore ballet dancer announces to their family that they want to transition and learn how to dance as a ballerina.

Baptizing Feminism

In the 1970s, a subversive group of spirited evangelical feminists emerged in the shadow of the secular feminist movement. With the Bible in hand, theological training, and a fiery, faith-fueled

Barbara Boxer Gives A Damn: Love, Loss and Life in Politics

“In the summer of 2016, I set out to document my ex-sister-in-law’s historic run to become the first woman president. Well, that didn’t happen. My project derailed. It was devastating and I felt lost

Barbara Van Cleve's American West

The feature documentary BARBARA VAN CLEVE'S AMERICAN WEST recounts her family’s settling to Montana in the early 19th century, her youth on a working ranch and tourist destination as a young woman in

Bathtubs Over Broadway

Comedy writer Steve Young’s assignment to scour bargain-bin vinyl for a Late Night segment becomes an unexpected, decades-spanning obsession when he stumbles upon the strange and hilarious world of

Battered Women Who Kill

The documentary film Battered Women Who Kill examines the
plight of abused women who have been incarcerated for retaliating
against their abusers. The film follows the stories of three women

Be Here Always: Adventures of an American Yogi

This is a story of Maharaj-ji, a miraculous holy man who lived in India and became famous in the seventies classic Be Here Now, by Ram Dass. It is also the journey of a young man trying to walk the

Becoming Us

A filmmaker discovers four siblings conceived through a donor using a DNA test. They journey across the United States to form a modern family while navigating their Filipino-American identities. They


Through intimate stories of patients, families, and medical providers, BEDLAM immerses us in the national crisis surrounding care of the severely mentally ill. Filmed over five years, it brings us

Before Their Time

Activist Iesha Sekou and her team of violence interrupters fight gun violence in New York City, guiding young people to peaceful resolutions in their Harlem neighborhood. This film highlights how

Behind the Curve

BEHIND THE CURVE delves into the outlandish world of Flat-Earthers — people who honestly believe that the world is flat, and that a worldwide conspiracy is keeping us from the truth.

Behind the White Glasses. Portrait of Lina Wertmuller

Behind the White Glasses is a film that shines a spotlight on the creative, visionary and groundbreaking filmmaker and writer, Lina Wertmuller. It is a gripping and musical portrait of a maestro of

Being Mennonite in America

To understand Mennonites, one needs to understand the stories by which they order their lives. Sixteenth century Anabaptist martyr Dirk Willems saved his pursuer from drowning only to be returned to

Beirut Dreams in Color

Mashrou’ Leila are indie rock gods in the Arab world. But their fame comes with a price. In a part of the world where singing about politics or sexuality is more than a little risky — and with an

Bell's Angels

Bell’s Angels is the untold story of Coach Franke Ann Bell, a woman who defied all odds to become one of the most famous swim coaches you’ve never heard of. Franke’s coaching career has all the


"Bella," is about the life, influence and impact of California-based artist Bella Lewitzky. Described as" of the greatest American dancers of our age," (Walter Terry) Bella Lewitzky was a

Belva Davis, Reporting

This is the untold story of TV pioneer, Belva Davis, who broke color and gender barriers to become the first Black on-air newswoman west of the Mississippi. More than a biopic, this is a story of the

Best of Enemies

Best of Enemies is a documentary feature about the legendary 1968 TV debates between two great public intellectuals, Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley and how TV changed the way we talk about politics

Between Ship and Shore

At America’s busiest port, longshoreman earn white-collar wages for blue-collar work. But trade policy and automation threaten job prospects and their unique community.

Filmed in an intimate cinema

Beyond Barriers

People from opposite sides of the Arizona-Sonora border come together despite economic, health care, and political barriers to create a center of wellness and hope.
An extremely overcrowded local

Beyond the Bolex

In the early 1920’s inventor Jacques Bolsey aimed to disrupt the film industry with a motion picture camera for the masses: the iconic Bolex. But little was known about the immigrant inventor until

Beyond the Cliff: Navigating Autistic Adulthood

"Beyond the Cliff: Navigating Autistic Adulthood", a feature-length documentary, follows the stories of adults on the autism spectrum and explores the various challenges each face during their

Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts

An inventive feature documentary capturing the vivid life of Bill Traylor, who in his late 80s, living homeless on the street in the thriving segregated black neighborhood of Montgomery, produced a


There can be little doubt that this area ranks as one of humanity's most unusual, exotic and misguided social experiments. In 1934 the Soviet leader declared the area the Jewish Autonomous Region (JAR

Black Barbie: A Documentary

Behind the rise of the iconic Barbie doll, came a twenty-one-year struggle to see the first Black Barbie. Filmmaker Lagueria Davis uncovers a hidden, emblematic struggle for representation for Black

Black Hair Empire

Black Hair Empire is the untold story of the rise and fall of the African American dominated hair care industry, from post-slavery to the current day.   It is the saga of four generations of African

Bleeding Audio

Bleeding Audio is an intimate portrait detailing The Matches’ promising career, defeating break up, and inspiring reunion as they navigate the digital age of music. The Matches started their rise by

Blind Momentum

Against all odds, Laura King Edwards — mother, writer, speaker, runner, and passionate rare disease advocate — sets out to break the world record for running a half marathon blindfolded. A decade


Urška recalls the day when she dived into the Lake Prespa, in the middle of the Macedonian mountains, fifteen years ago. Her four-year-old daughter, Zoja, and her close friend Petra, were waiting for

Body of My Own

At a moment in time when women’s rights are under increasing threat globally, comes a new documentary that places an intimate, collaborative lens among four Hijra women, whose ancient community is

Boodie & Bambi: A Nisei Story

Love. Perseverance. Faith. How does family endure during uncertain times? For Japanese-American couple, Kelly and Mary Adachi, the journey of acceptance leads from the flower shop deliveries in