Being BeBe intimately charts 15 years in the life of drag performer Marshall Ngwa (aka BeBe Zahara Benet): An immigrant to America from Cameroon, first champion on RuPaul's Drag Race, and a leading artist celebrating Black Queer Excellence today.
Winner of the top prize at IDFA, Mr. Landsbergis tells an absorbing story of the Luthianuan nation's fight for independence between 1988 and 1993. This epic documentary focuses on music professor Vytautas Landsbergis, who by the will of fate became the first Head of Parliament of Lithuania after it left the Soviet Union.
Jabir, Usama and Useir are three young brothers living in the Bosnian countryside. They have grown up in the shadow of their father, a strict Islamist preacher, but when he is sentenced to two years in prison, the brothers are suddenly left alone, and begin to question their father's teaching.
A double bill of work by director Richard Fung: his seminal 1984 documentary Orientations: Lesbian & Gay Asians, exploring the perspectives of queer Asians in North America, and Re: Orientations, made over 30 years later, in which he revisits some of the original participants.