- 20,000 Days on Earth
- The Apple
- Approaching the Elephant
- Big Men
- Bronx Obama
- Cairo Drive
- Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart
- Concerning Violence
- Dusty Stacks of Mom
- Forest of the Dancing Spirits
- The Green Prince
- Happy Valley
- Jodorowsky's Dune
- The Joycean Society
- Killing Time
- Kingdom, If I Can (shorts)
- Kith & Kin (shorts)
- Life After Death
- Miraculous Tales
- The Mirror
- A Moment of Innocence
- My Kid Could Paint That
- The Notorious Mr. Bout
- The Overnighters
- Particle Fever
- Private Violence
- Rich Hill
- Sacro GRA
- Secret Screening Amber
- Secret Screening Burgundy
- Secret Screening Orchid
- Stand Clear of the Closing Doors
- Stop-Over (L'Escale)
- A Thousand Suns (Mille Soleils)
- Tim's Vermeer
- Ukraine is Not a Brothel
- Uncertain (work-in-progress)
- The Unknown Known
- Vanishing Point (shorts)
- The Vanquishing of the Witch Baba Yaga
Singer-songwriter Nick Cave's life is unpacked in this wildly creative re-imagining of the music doc.
An alluring, unpredictable Hudson Valley housewife decides to re-enter the acting business and deals with the consequences in this inventive chimera.
A social worker comes to the rescue of twin sisters who have spent much of their eleven years locked behind bars in this 1998 debut from a then 17-year-old Samira Makhmalbaf. Screens for free as a part of the Neither/Nor Film Series.
An enthralling, immersive look at the first year of a radical New Jersey school for young children.
An investigation into the multi-layered world of oil exploration off the coast of Africa, from Texas board rooms to ski-masked saboteurs.
Both epic and intimate, this coming-of-age narrative deploys fiction storytelling and a lengthy production process to show, in real-time, a family growing up. From the great American director Richard Linklater.
What if you woke up on election day 2008 and realized that you looked exactly like the President of the United States?
Delightfully captures the spirit of Egypt by trailing its residents as they navigate the city's chaotic streets.
A small-town murder in New Hampshire summons up a self-perpetuating media circus and now inspires this grand, enthralling work of nonfiction.
In one of the greatest films of the ‘90s, an imposter says he’s director Mohsen Makhmalbaf and convinces a family to make him a houseguest. Screens for free as a part of the Neither/Nor Film Series.
Revolutionary writing from Frantz Fanon melds with extraordinary archival footage to reveal the legacy of Colonialism.
32 Spanish film students, led by 2012 True Vision honoree Victor Kossakovsky, craft a playful and poetic vision of protest.
Jodie Mack's mother ran a poster-and-postcard warehouse in the age of Bowie and Floyd; its demise now inspires a rock opera, which Mack will perform live.
When crimes against humanity flare up, members of the E-Team serve as the world's first responders.
An intimate and personal account of a rainforest society perched on the precipice of modernity.
The unlikely, thrilling story of the son of a Hamas leader and his tenuous partnership with an Israeli intelligence agent.
In 2011, a massive scandal rocked football-crazed Penn State. Can the town recover? A morally complex and emotionally powerful film from our 2014 True Vision honoree.
In the hippie era Alejandro Jodorowsky was a cinematic shaman on the rise, until he attempted to adapt the doomed, sci-fi epic Dune.
A small, erudite cult meets weekly to decode the most notoriously impenetrable text in modern literature: James Joyce's Finnegans Wake.
Since 1982, the state of Texas has lethally injected 509 convicts on Death Row: this is the story of number 499.
Transcendence doesn't come easy, as shown in three international shorts: The Green Serpent, Mountain in Shadow and Sirs & Misters.
Family ties are untangled in these six shorts, climaxed by the stunning I Think This is the Closest to How the Footage Looked.
A hilarious, sharp-eyed portrait of Kwasa, a charismatic twenty-something Rwandan native, and his "family" of American philanthropists.
The playfully stylized presentation of eleven different journeys to an ancient Hindu temple in Nepal.
A tour of folk medicine, faith healing and other comforts for the afflicted, led by the Irish farmer/raconteur Mickey McGuigan.
When her mother fails to show up, a young first grader attempts to walk home from school in this 1997 film from Jafar Panahi. Screens for free as a part of the Neither/Nor Film Series.
Director Mohsen Makhmalbaf revisits a haunting episode from his past by recreating it in this devastating, reflexive masterpiece from 1996. Screens for free as a part of the Neither/Nor Film Series.
Marla is a child artist who has sold hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of paintings. But is she the real deal?
With his video camera ever in hand, arms dealer Viktor Bout led a wild (and well-documented) high life.
Not all who flooded the North Dakota oil fields found a gusher: some of them landed in a shelter run by Pastor Jay Reinke, whose turbulent story matches theirs.
The world's most savvy scientists guide us through the largest experiment in history, the Large Hadron Collider, which seeks to unlock the secrets of life itself.
2014 True Life Fund recipient. This astonishing, powerful doc pulls back the curtain on domestic violence with gripping narratives guaranteed to challenge our apathy.
A tender, gorgeously lensed portrait of three small-town Missouri teenagers contending with major life obstacles.
Surrounding Rome's tourist ghetto is a highway whose adjoining residents reveal the real story of modern Italy.
This buddy comedy par excellence finds two men at the end of their tethers.
A lone man challenges an institution, fueling debate that will undoubtedly spill off of the screen.
Civilization has its discontents, including this person who gave away everything they knew to start a new life.
With Hurricane Sandy looming, an autistic teenager goes AWOL in the New York subways.
Greece was supposed to be a getaway for a crew of undocumented Iranian men, but it ends up providing only a state of limbo.
Forty years after starring in one of his country’s most famous films, a Senegalese cattle herder wanders Dakar and reflects on his legacy in this dreamy chimeric work. Plays with "Vegas."
Tim Jenison is a software geek who believes he’s unlocked the 350-year-old secret of how Old Masters created extraordinary paintings.
Femen, Ukraine's topless feminist protesters create headlines wherever they go. But is there a darker truth behind the sharpie slogans?
Settle in to the sun-dappled Texas town of Uncertain where outlaws take refuge, wild boars maraud, and past lives can't be kept quiet.
Ten rounds of sparring between Errol Morris, our greatest living interviewer, and Donald Rumsfeld, a master of political obfuscation.
In these three mysterious shorts, including "Morning Star," we go off like scent hounds on the trail of the disappeared.
This spellbinding film drinks deep from the mythology and history of Eastern Europe to explore the contentious relationship between man and nature.