An account of how in 1973, Hollywood veteran Bing Russell founded the Portland Mavericks, the only independent baseball team in the country.
Director: Alex Gibney
A portrait of the life, music and political significance of Fela Anikulapo Kuti, the creative force behind the musical movement Afrobeat.
Director: Stanley Nelson
A look back at the summer of 1964, when more than 700 student activists took segregated Mississippi by storm, registering voters, creating freedom schools and establishing the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party.
Director: Amir Bar-Lev
A look beyond the headlines of the Jerry Sandusky pedophilia scandal.
“Last Days in Vietnam”
Director: Rory Kennedy
Examines the moral quandary facing American soldiers and diplomats during the final weeks of the Vietnam War: whether to obey White House orders to evacuate only U.S. citizens.
Director: Steve James
Recounts the life of film critic Roger Ebert, from his early days as a bachelor and Pulitzer Prize winner through his partnership with Gene Siskel to his brave battle with cancer.
Director: Greg Whiteley
A close-up look at Mitt Romney during his U.S. presidential run.
Director: Greg Barker
A look at ordinary individuals transformed by the moral and personal challenges they encounter when they stand up for what they believe is right.
“This May Be the Last Time”
Director: Sterlin Harjo
An investigation into Native American filmmaker Harjo’s family history, namely the mysterious 1962 disappearance of his grandfather and the songs of encouragement sung by those who searched for him.
“To Be Takei”
Director: Jennifer Kroot
A chronicle of the life of actor-activist George Takei, from his origins in a WWII internment camp to the helm of the Starship Enterprise and beyond.
“Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger”
Director: Joe Berlinger
An account of corruption at the highest levels of law enforcement as seen through the recent trial of infamous gangster James “Whitey” Bulger.