Viktor Kossakovsky’s documentary Aquarela throws up a pair of middle fingers at climate change deniers.
Humboldt: The New Season shares the survivors’ harrowing stories as they mentally and physically recover from their trauma.
A.J. Eaton's new doc David Crosby: Remember My Name is no hagiography. The rock legend doesn't let himself off the hook and brings new meaning to the expression warts and all.
Viva Varda: Faces Places & Kiva Reardon on the legacy of Agnès Varda celebrates the life of the cinematic icon.
The new documentary The Biggest Little Farm follows ambitious back-to-the-landers John and Molly Chester as they attempt to resurrect a dead farm and reject monoculture in favour of traditional, sustainable farming practices.
Hi, A.I. thoughtfully examines our relationship to artificially intelligent robots.
What if everything you thought you knew about modern day Satanic worship was ass-backwards?
Nature documentaries are having a pop culture moment. Disney as usual has their fingers on the pulse of the culture with the timely release of Disneynature’s Penguins.
IFFBoston 2019’s slate includes The Farewell, One Child Nation, and The Art of Self-Defense.
Hot Docs 2019 features 15 programs showcasing over 200 documentaries.
Pamela B. Green’s doc examines one of cinema’s long-forgotten visionaries.
With dozens of American and International docs screening every year in Park City, Sundance habitually becomes the focus for many of the best words of non-fiction for the year.
To gear up for Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men’s Sundance premiere, Sundance Institute and Showtime have released trailers
Now in its sixth year, CUFF.Docs highlight non-fiction films during the Calgary Underground Film Festival's five-day documentary festival. See the full lineup here.
Aaron Wolf's documentary Restoring Tomorrow tells the story of a revered Los Angeles temple’s struggle to survive in an increasingly secular society.