One of the few films to engage with Rwandans as users of images, rather than simply their subjects, The Faces We Lost follows nine survivors of the 1994 genocide, relatives of victims and professional memory-makers), who guide us through their stories and share their experiences, remembrance and images.
Having broken away from Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes to pursue his solo career, Teddy Pendergrass was on the cusp of super-stardom - but his position in music history was thrown into uncertainty by a devastating accident.
Franco’s brutal 40-year dictatorship has been ‘forgotten’ in an enforced collective amnesia. As Spain refuses to bring former torturers to trial, the case is made international and brought to Argentine Judge María Servini de Cubría.
Ten-year-old Oleg and his grandmother live in a village called Hnutove in Ukraine, which has become the frontline for the armed conflict between the government and pro-Russian separatists. Oleg explores the war-created wasteland by day, as bombs shake their house every night.
Witnesses, prosecution and defence prepare for one of the most significant tribunals in recent history in this tense and chilling observation of General Ratko Mladic’s trial at the Hague for crimes against humanity during the Bosnian War.
Constructed entirely out of films shot in San Francisco, The Green Fog builds a mysterious impression of Hitchcock’s Vertigo. Suspense grows in this dreamy, absurd reality, as a green fog threatens to envelop the icons of cinema and TV history.
Bill Murray is a living urban legend. With endless stories popping up across the globe about mysterious appearances at house parties, photo-bombings and pranks in public toilets, director Tommy Avallone goes on a mission to track down the elusive man behind the myth.