March 5, 2018

Screen Time: Week of March 5

Cody Wilson, right, in 'The New Radical.' Christopher Messina/The Orchard.

Screen Time is your curated weekly guide to excellent documentaries and nonfiction programs that you can watch at home.

Newly streaming at Hulu is Adam Bhala Lough's The New Radical. Uncompromising millennial radicals from the United States and the United Kingdom attack the system through dangerous technological means, which evolves into a high-stakes game with world authorities in the midst of a dramatically changing political landscape.

Premiering tonight on A&E is Divided States, an original documentary series about how racial tensions and hate crimes are impacting communities in the US and Europe, and how community members are confronting the problem and fighting back.

Newly streaming on Netflix is Flint Town, a series in which filmmakers Zackary Canaperi, Drea Cooper and Jessica Dimmock embedded with cops in Flint, Michigan to reveal a department grappling with volatile issues in untenable conditions.

Streaming at IndieWire is last night's Oscar winner for Best Documentary Short, Frank Stiefel's Heaven Is a Traffic Jam on the 405, an intimate portrait of artist Mindy Alper.