Tel Aviv-based sales agent Cinephil has acquired international rights to Jedd Wider and Todd Wider’s “God Knows Where I Am,” which won the special jury prize at Hot Docs and is set to have its…
This fascinating curiosity is now destined to play everywhere but its subject nation, which has reportedly already tried suppressing its exposure.
Profiles a long-running family musical act whose joyful musicality onstage is somewhat belied by the discordant notes hit behind the scenes.
"100-year-old lovebirds" Bryoungman Jo and Gyeyeul Chang are already sorta famous for their devotional longevity when we first glimpse them after 75 years of marriage.
The un-heartwarming story of two real-life little girls who nearly stabbed a classmate to death because they thought it would please a fictive bogeyman who's gained recent traction online.
This caper documentary investigates an embarrassing scandal that rocked the world of highest-end wine collectors and left as many as 40,000 "fake" bottles still circulating in their milieu.
Like watching a takedown of Hitler by a disillusioned Leni Reifenstahl, this insider's look at a real-life cult is one of the decade's strangest and most unsettling documentaries, especially given…
Stranger than fiction, this prankishly entertaining documentary is well-suited for people who think they don't like documentaries.
Talking a cool, calm look at an incendiary topic, Maria Arlamovsky's doc "Future Baby" surveys variably controversial issues around IVF, from designer babies to wombs-for-rent, to profit versus…
A film that, despite frenetic cutting and a lean runtime, rewards contemplation and patience.
As much like a Guy Maddin movie as an anthropological dig, with a goldmine of archival materials complemented by beautiful animated sequences.