Amos Carlen and Aline Robichaud’s new documentary Shadows of Freedom tells the story of the organized Jewish resistance movement in Algiers during WWII and its involvement in Operation Torch, an Allied invasion of French North Africa in 1940.
A Towering Task: The Story of the Peace Corps is a comprehensive look at the history of an agency born out of both patriotism and altruism in an effort to good for mankind.
Director Bert Marcus steps inside the ring to run a deep and critical status check on the boxing world.
Directed by Greg Barker, The Longest War is a detailed exploration of the U.S. government involvement with Afghanistan from 1979 to the present day. Interview subjects include former CIA officials, war correspondents, Afghanistan experts and nationals.
Bert Marcus and Cyrus Saidi’s feature documentary about Electronic Dance Music’s past, present and future: What We Started (2017).
Filmmaker Matt Riddlehoover’s new documentary My Darling Vivian sets the record straight about Vivian Liberto, Johnny Cash’s first wife. Features interviews with their four daughters.
Directed by Sarah Brennan Kolb, Good Ol Girl explores the struggle between long-held traditions and female independence and the slow fade of rural life.
Filmmaker Alice Gu’s new documentary The Donut King follows the dramatic rise and fall of Ted Ngoy, a Cambodian refugee who started a donut empire and the enduring legacy of one of America’s most beloved pastries.
Directed by Matthew Sellah and produced by Rose Tucker, We Don’t Deserve Dogs is a series of vignettes about the impact dogs have on humans.
Filmmaker Jiayan “Jenny” Shi’s Finding Yingying is a sensitive portrayal of a young woman with a bright future and a family struggling to come to terms with their loss.
Quelle Movies: The Dilemma of Desire, a new documentary about the clitoris and women’s sexuality. #SXSW #Cliteracy
Patricio Guzman offers poignant and emotionally resonant documentaries about the history of Chile. Seven films available to stream on OVID.tv.
Jasper Mall is a fascinating look at a dying enterprise: the American mall.
Guest review by Ally Russell. Big Fur is an enjoyable watch for Bigfoot believers, taxidermy enthusiasts, and environmentalists.
Steve Markle’s Shoot to Marry is a heartfelt and quirky documentary about finding love and being true to yourself.
A fairly unpolished yet important documentary explores the decline in lesbian community spaces with a focus on the ones that are still thriving.