Dir: Elyse Steinberg & Josh Kriegman

Many politicians have seen their careers veer off the tracks, but few instances have been captured so completely on film as they are in the incisive and painfully funny Weiner. ​


Dir: Pankaj Johar

When Cecilia’s 14-year-old daughter is trafficked and found dead, she decides to fight for justice - forcing her to navigate a complex network of cops, traffickers, judges, lawyers, villagers and family members.

From supporting the Bosnian Mujahideen to being imprisoned in Bagram and Guantanamo, from the rebel training camps in Syria to the prison cells of Belmarsh in Britain, Begg has witnessed a generation of conflict...

In 1986 a mass expedition of experienced alpinists ended in tragedy after their attempted climb of K2 left 13 dead in what is now known as K2’s “black summer”. Now, almost 30 years later, the children of these climbers embark...

This is the true story of one of the greatest scandals ever to envelop the literary world. The unmasking of “it boy” author JT LeRoy by New York magazine in 2005 is the type of stranger than fiction story tailor-made for the movies.


Dir: Stephanie Soechtig

In the past few years, a drastic rise in mass shootings has ripped across the United States, most recently in Dallas and Orlando, compounding an epidemic of gun violence.

The racially charged police killing of Mark Duggan in August 2011 ignited the worst civil unrest in recent British history. Duggan’s closest friends, Marcus and Kurtis, take us on a tour of their insulated world, which we pass everyday but never really see.

Bayou Maharajah explores the life, times and music of piano legend James Booker, described by Dr. John as, "the best black, gay, one-eyed junkie piano genius New Orleans has ever produced."

Academy Award-winning director Michael Moore is back with Where to Invade Next: a provocative and hilarious comedy in which Moore will stop at nothing to figure out how to actually make America great again.

On the eve of the release of her new album, internationally recognized soul singer Sharon Jones was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Tour dates were cancelled, the album pushed back and Sharon entered into a fight for her life and career.

Vladimir Tomic boarded the Flotel Europa in Copenhagen in the early 1990s, along with thousands of other refugees from the former Yugoslavia. Through home movie footage Tomic reflects back on his experience in this timely and unusual coming of age film.