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16 Shots

16 Shots, (formerly The Blue Wall), is the feature documentary account of the Chicago police killing of Laquan McDonald. The film is a forensic examination of a shooting, an anatomy of a coverup, and a portrait of a city torn apart in the aftermath.


How do you make sense of a story that lasts longer than a human lifetime? BASELINE: Part 1 is a letter to three children growing up on the frontlines of the climate crisis; it promises to revisit their stories in the year 2050.

Becoming Us

A filmmaker discovers four siblings conceived through a donor using a DNA test. They journey across the United States to form a modern family while navigating their Filipino-American identities.

Black Box Diaries


From confessional-style iPhone and secret recordings mixed with verite shooting, a staggering account of Shiori's Ito's improbable fight as both victim and jo

Black Snow


When the residents of a remote Siberian city discover an old Soviet mine has caught fire beneath their neighborhood, they turn to Natalia Zubkova, a local hom

Blind Momentum

Against all odds, Laura King Edwards — mother, writer, speaker, runner, and passionate rare disease advocate — sets out to break the world record for running a half marathon blindfolded.

Body of My Own

At a moment in time when women’s rights are under increasing threat globally, comes a new documentary that places an intimate, collaborative lens among four Hijra women, whose ancient community is

Body Parts


Body Parts viscerally investigates the making of Hollywood “sex” scenes, revealing movie magic processes while candidly exploring the toll on th


An exploration of the nexus of political and social forces roiling our southern border and acts of resistance by Americans to U.S immigration policies.

Boxed Out: The Untold Story of the Eastern Professional Basketball League

The Eastern Professional Basketball League was the second-best pro basketball league in the country during the 1950s and early '60s when the NBA had 10 or fewer teams and only 100 players, an unwri


When a news publisher in Arkansas, an attorney in Arizona, and a speech therapist in Texas are told they must choose between their jobs and their political beliefs, they launch legal battles that expose an attack on freedom of speech across 30 states in America.

Brannu: The Urban Horseman

This is a coming-of-age story that shines light on the power of dreams where a young black man realizes his full potential in the crux of unchartered territory in 21st century America.


What does it mean to be safe in school in the United States? Safe from what, and from whom? Bulletproof poses and complicates these questions through a provocative exploration of fear and American violence.

Bury Me Standing

It is a question that sparks protests and violence, results in crimes and deaths, divides even the most rational thinkers and forces us all to explore our connection to the past and our hopes for t

San Francisco Doc

A tale of the formative years of the San Francisco Scene of the mid 1960’s, including the “Summer of Love,” the Fillmore West, the Avalon Ballroom, The Grateful Dead, Santana, Jefferson Airplane, J

The Bomb With No Name

THE BOMB WITH NO NAME is about gullibility, about how unprotected we are when things go wrong. Especially when it comes to bombs.

The Breaking Point

Why would someone at the pinnacle of their career – with a prestigious title at a prestigious organization, with prospects for advancement and a thriving network of fellow professionals – ever want