In 1994, six men were gunned down in a pub while watching a World Cup soccer match in Loughinisland, Northern Ireland. Academy Award-winning documentarian Alex Gibney reopens the original case to investigate why no culprit was ever brought to justice.
Nick Broomfield's second documentary on Aileen Carol Wuornos. The film focuses on Wuornos' declining mental state and the questionable judgment to execute her despite her being of unsound mind.
Soldier Girls follows a platoon of women undergoing basic training at Fort Worth, Georgia. The women have all joined for different reasons and while some are dedicated to defending their country, others seem to have had no other option.
One of cinema's most innovative figures, Chantal Akerman passed away in tragic circumstances in 2015. Her last film, No Home Movie, is her most intimate and personal work: a record of her relationship with her mother over the course of the latter's last year of life.
With unprecedented access to the UN Office for Outer Space Affairs, the military, and experts from leading space agencies, The Visit explores an event that has never in fact occurred - our first encounter with intelligent life from space.
After his father leaves to start a new life, filmmaker Adam Ol'ha starts mapping his parents' relationship and the impact of their split. Adam's personal memoir, drawing on decades of home movies, is gorgeously crafted, resonating with...
In the Takhar prison in Afghanistan 40 women are serving long sentences for 'moral crimes'. These crimes largely involve the defiance of men, from rejection of forced marriage to infidelity to fleeing violent relationships.
Legendary French documentarist, Nicolas Philibert, returns with his distinctive verite film-making style. Creating a charming, funny and poignant portrait of the day-to-day life of Nénette, a forty-year-old orang-utan who lives in the Jardin des Plantes Exotiques Zoo in Paris.
In 1979, the Sandinstas won a hugely population revolution in Nicaragua, putting an end to decades of corrupt US-backed Somoza dictatorship. They based their reformist ideology on that of the English Co-operative Movement, but it was to prove too 'radical' for the Reagan administration. In this film, John Pilger describes the achievements of the Sandinistas and their 'threat of a good example'.