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by Jennifer Brea
Premiere: January 8, 2018
Follow filmmaker Jennifer Brea’s struggle with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in this intimate documentary.
The Untold Tales of Armistead Maupin
by Jennifer Kroot
Premiere: January 1, 2018
The colorful story of writer Armistead Maupin, whose
Tales of the City
series inspired millions to claim their own truth.
by Jessie Auritt
Premiere: December 18, 2017
Supergirl is the story of Naomi Kutin, an ordinary Orthodox Jewish pre-teen with extraordinary powerlifting talent.
by Johan Grimonprez
Premiere: November 20, 2017
Explore the shocking realities of the billion-dollar global arms trade through those who perpetrate and investigate it.
Chasing Trane: The John Coltrane Documentary
by John Scheinfeld
Premiere: November 6, 2017
brings saxophone great John Coltrane to life, as a man and an artist.
by Shaleece Haas
Premiere: June 19, 2017
A trans teen navigates adolescence, sobriety, and physical and emotional ramifications of his changing gender identity.
by Alix Blair, Jeremy Lange & DL Anderson
Premiere: May 29, 2017
A combat veteran’s fragile struggle to overcome PTSD and transition to life as a farmer in North Carolina.
They Call Us Monsters
by Ben Lear
Premiere: May 22, 2017
Three young violent offenders learn screenwriting in one of LA's high-security detention centers.
by Maya Zinshtein
Premiere: May 15, 2017
An Israeli soccer club's fans waged a racist campaign after their team, Beitar, added two Muslim players from Chechnya.
The Prison in Twelve Landscapes
by Brett Story
Premiere: May 8, 2017
In the era of mass incarceration, The Prison in Twelve Landscapes looks at how prisons affect citizens across the USA.
by Sonia Kennebeck
Premiere: May 1, 2017
The story of whistleblowers determined to break the silence around the controversial, secret U.S. drone war.
The Last Laugh
by Ferne Pearlstein
Premiere: April 24, 2017
Is the Holocaust (and other taboos) truly off-limits for comedy? Influential comics, thinkers and survivors debate.
by Taggart Siegel and Jon Betz
Premiere: April 17, 2017
SEED follows the journey of passionate seed keepers around the world determined to protect our 12,000-year food legacy.
by Kim A. Snyder
Premiere: April 3, 2017
Portrait of a community after an unthinkable tragedy fractured by grief but driven toward a sense of purpose.
by Joanna Sokolowski and Kate Trumbull-LaValle
Premiere: March 27, 2017
Young women of color from East L.A. redefine identity and build community through raucous, irreverently-named bike crew.
The Bad Kids
by Lou Pepe & Keith Fulton
Premiere: March 20, 2017
Coming-of-age story about Black Rock Continuation High School where teachers inspire the lives of so-called 'bad kids.'