And Everything is Going Fine
For two-and-a-half decades, Spalding Gray mined the details of his life to provide comedic commentary on the subjects of art, sex, family, and mortality — but a 2001 car crash changed everything.
Antoine is a five-year-old in Montreal who of late has become a detective, and he's hot on the trail of a disappearing woman named Madame Rouski.
As Lilith
In this surreal dark comedy, an Orthodox Jewish organization and an eccentric Israeli mother lock horns over the remains of her teenage daughter's body.
The Ponce family's traveling circus has journeyed throughout rural Mexico for generations, but mounting debt and a difficult nomadic lifestyle threaten to halt the grand tradition.
The disappearance of the honeybee population is one of the most vexing mysteries of our time, and this artful film begins to unravel it.
Cowboys in India
A filmmaker's hoped-for expose of a Western mining company results in a comedy of errors involving his relationship with his Indian driver and guide.
Dinner Party
LSD athletes, camel herders, karaoke kids and salacious swingers — these are your guests at this specially made Dinner Party.
A scary, surreal survey of Ghuangzhou, China, as if Eraserhead were a documentary.
Enemies of the People
True Life Fund selection. On a mission to investigate and to also forgive the brutal murderers who perpetrated the Killing Fields of Cambodia, journalist Thet Sambath is seeking truth and reconciliation.
An warts-and-all look at thirty years in a single Peruvian family's life.
Natural gas exploration in the US isn't so natural after all, Josh Fox learns, as he sets out to expose a rapacious industry before it lays waste to his beloved river valley.
Greetings from the Woods
A Swedish director captures life in his eccentric hometown.
An Irish convert to Islam faces off with an evangelical Christian: will either budge?
How to Fold a Flag
We go beyond the body count as we track returnees from a Latino cage fighter to a Congressional candidate.
Identity Crisis
Identity crises from around the globe including a deer who thinks he's a cow, the story of how Ernest Hemingway created Hemingway, and a teenager at a crossroads.
It Felt Like a Kiss
Ike & Tina Turner, the space chimp, Nikita Khrushchev, Saddam Hussein, Little Eva, the CIA and Rock Hudson all play parts in Adam Curtis' jaw-dropping mash-up of 50 years of empire building and storytelling.
Kati With an I
A dreamy, intimate portrait of a small-town teenage girl wrestling with her future.
Kick in Iran
The changing face of Iran as seen through a portrait of taekwondo star Sarah Khoshjamal, its first female Olympic qualifier.
Last Train Home
An epic adventure movie about one family's place amongst the 120 million people in China who return from the factories in coastal cities to their vilages in the interior.
My Country My Country
In this visionary film by our True Vision honoree, an Iraqi doctor and political candidate struggles with the chaos that has engulfed his country
On the Other Side of Life
A stunning film following two brothers in Cape Town, South Africa accused of murder.
Rachel Is
A warm-hearted look at Rachel, a mentally challenged teenager, as she and her mother Jane struggle to find independent living options.
Racing Dreams
With dreams of NASCAR dancing in their heads, three tweens compete on the national go-kart circuit.
An immersive journey with an American platoon inside the one of the most dangerous combat zones in Afghanistan.
Secret Screening Black
The definitive look at the outsider comedian considered to be the greatest of his generation.
Secret Screening Gold
The sunny side of global warming: with glaciers receding, all that gold in them thar hills is now exposed, and ripe for some greedy adventuring.
Secret Screening Orange
How do you plan for something to last 100,000 years?
Secret Screening Pink
A portrait of an iconic performer shown still in her irreverent prime, as vulnerable — and funny — as ever.
Smash His Camera
Ron Galella was the original American paparazzo, a social pariah and celebrity scourge. But at 79, he now feels like more of a pop idol himself and, surprisingly, an artist.
Someone to Watch Over
This shorts compilation goes from Bobcat Goldthwait's behind-the-scenes look of his childhood home movies to the unfathomable journeys that parents of disappeared children endure.
The British in Bed
Disarming confessions from eight couples sitting up in bed.
The Invention of Dr. NakaMats
Meet the crackpot inventor responsible for 3,357 inventions, including the floppy disk, in his almost 80 years.
The Mirror
A loving and humorous portrait of a small Italian village and their plan to build a giant mirror.
The Oath
A Yemeni taxi driver struggles with his past ties to Bin Laden and a brother-in-law who is imprisoned at Gitmo.
The Red Chapel
A devilishly absurdist road trip inside the heart of North Korea's evil empire.
The Tightrope
A Mexican circus performer is torn between family tradition and her husband's desire for an ordinary life in this exquisitely shot piece of observational filmmaking.
Those Who Remain
Two Mexican directors' sure-handed celebration of their culture, in the shadow of El Norte.
Waking Sleeping Beauty
Art and commerce collide inside the mouse house as Disney animation studio bounced back during a tumultuous period.
Waste Land
Brazilian artist Vik Muniz returns to his homeland and to Jardim Gramacho — the largest garbage dump in the world.
When We Were Boys
This nostalgic, impressionistic snapshot of male adolescence captures two years in the lives of a group of Canadian prep schoolers.

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