Before Watergate, Wikileaks and Edward Snowden there was Media, Pennsylvania. On March 8, 1971 eight anti-war activists broke into an FBI field office and stole every document they found. 

An unconventional look at film director John Boorman, director of Point Blank, Excalibur, Deliverance and Hope and Glory, by one who should know him best - his daughter Katrine. 

Director Abner Benaim's ambitious project to recreate the 1989 invasion of Panama through personal recounts and fictionalised reconstructions confronts the reliability of non-fiction filmmaking as well as questioning human remembrance and the collective memory of a country.


Dir: Sam Cullman & Jennifer Grausman

Art and Craft starts out as a cat-and-mouse art caper, rooted in questions of authenticity and forgery—but what emerges is an intimate story of obsession. 

Forever ruffling feathers Susan Sontag was a formidable, rebellious voice in American politics and culture. Director Nancy Kates chronicles the life of the rock star intellectual's fiercely guarded life beneath the spotlight.

As the price of our clothes decreases, the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. The True Cost pulls back the curtain on an untold story and asks us to consider, who really pays the price for our cheaper clothes?

On February 15th 2003, up to 30 million people demonstrated against the impending Iraq War. We Are Many is the story of the largest global demonstration in human history and how a small band of activists changed the world.

3 World Stories: SUMMER PASTURE

Dir: Lynn True & Nelson Walker & Tsering Perlo

Summer Pasture is a very modern love story set in an ancient culture. The film deftly captures a young couple’s domestic life with humour and empathy; while also showing how the lure of modern life threatens centuries of tradition.

The inside story of Chris Stamp and Kit Lambert, aspiring film directors from opposite sides of the tracks who form an unlikely partnership, leading them to discover and manage the iconic band that would become The Who.