Directed by Sam Pollard, MLK/FBI explores J. Edgar Hoover and the FBI’s harassment of Martin Luther King Jr. in an attempt to strip the charismatic Civil Rights leader of his power to mobilize the black community.
A 14 minute short documentary that profiles Captain Edward Dwight Jr. an African-American pilot who would have become an astronaut under different circumstances.
This true crime documentary investigates the Guatemalan state ordered assassination of Bishop Gerardi, an outspoken activist for the indigenous Mayan people in wake of the Civil War.
A shocking documentary about the abuse of power and fractured identity. Directed by Hannah Olson, Baby God tells the story of a fertility doctor who secretly fathered the children of his own patients.
A compelling documentary about avant-garde designer and fashion industry disruptor Martin Margiela, who maintained anonymity throughout his career.
Director Dawn Porter (John Lewis: Good Trouble) delivers again with another political documentary wrought with emotion. Inspired by the best-selling book, The Way I See It tells the story of Pete Souza, former photographer for the Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama administrations. The most important documentary you’ll see this year.
The Con is a five-part docuseries that examines the particulars that led to the 2008 financial crisis through case studies and investigative work and offers a dire warning for the future.
Feels Good, Man chronicles the journey of how Pepe the Frog morphed from benign comic book character into a symbol of hate speech.
Directed by Dawn Porter, John Lewis: Good Trouble chronicles the life and political career of an extraordinary man.
Directed by Michael Sellers and narrated by Band of Brothers star Michael Cudlitz, Return to Hardwick: Home of the 93rd Bomb Group is a loving tribute to one of the most extraordinary strategic bomb units of WWII.
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.