GET 50% OFF YOUR FIRST 2 MONTHS!

Limited time - use promo code: PROMO50 at checkout

Movies

  • Last Men In Aleppo

    Movie

    2018 Academy Award Nominee for Best Documentary Feature and winner of the Grand Jury documentary prize at the Sundance Film Festival - follows the efforts of the White Helmets, ordinary citizens who rush into Syrian battlefields hoping to save lives.

  • Salvador Allende

    Movie

    A chronicle of the life and death of one of the 20th century's most inspiring, and controversial, leaders, whose overthrow by an American-backed military destroyed not only his dream of Chilean socialism, but all those he inspired.

  • The Embassy

    Movie

    An unexpected response to Pinochet's 1973 coup d'etat in Chile, as seen in footage apparently found in an embassy, where political activists had taken refuge during the coup. But the events—and their setting—are not what they first appear to be.

  • American Dream

    Movie

    Winner of the 1991 Academy Award for Best Feature Documentary, American Dream captures working men and women of Austen, Minnesota making tough choices about survival during a time of economic crisis in the American Midwest.

  • A Diary Between Friends

    Movie

    Through interviews with the passengers, tells the story of those Americans who were stranded in various airports throughout Canada on September 11, 2001 - and the kindness of the Canadian citizens who went out of their way to help them.

  • Our New President

    Movie

    The story of Donald Trump's election told entirely through Russian propaganda. Horrifying and hilarious, this is a satirical portrait of Russian meddling in the 2016 election, revealing a fake news empire and its information warfare tactics.

  • Black and Cuba

    Movie

    A group of street-smart students, who are outcasts at an elite Ivy League university, band together and adventure to Cuba to see if revolution is truly possible. They film their journey through the streets of Havana and Santiago.

  • About Elly

    Movie

    With the return of their close friend Ahmad from Germany, a group of old college pals decide to reunite for a weekend outing by the Caspian Sea.

  • Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story

    Movie

    Academy Award nominated filmmaker explores life in 1960s Mississippi and the momentous impact of "Booker" Wright, a black man who voiced opinions on race relations on network TV, and the subsequent ensuing fallout.

  • Dog Pound

    Movie

    In this gritty psychological thriller, three teenage boys have a rude awakening when they end up in a juvenile detention center. Facing attacks by hardened criminals and ruthless guards, they are forced to do whatever it takes to survive.

  • Starless Dreams

    Movie

    An unforgettable portrayal of innocence lost and found, Starless Dreams plunges us into the lives of teenage girls sharing quarters at a juvenile detention center on the outskirts of Tehran.

  • Southwest of Salem

    Movie

    After being wrongfully convicted of a horrific crime, four Latina lesbians fight to prove their innocence.

  • Far From Men

    Movie

    Set in French Colonial Algeria, the film follows Daru, a reclusive, pacifist teacher (Viggo Mortensen) tasked with delivering Mohammad, a docile Algerian murder suspect into the hands of French authorities as the Algerian War of Independence ignites.

  • Still Life

    Movie

    A mild-mannered government worker charged with finding the family members of those who have died alone is assigned to his final case. He finds himself on a liberating journey that allows him to finally start living his life to the fullest.

  • Bones Brigade

    Movie

    Featuring Tony Hawk, Bones Brigade is a very personal story of a group of young, dorky, straight laced American kids who did the impossible through a combination of work, skill, passion, and the belief that anything is possible

  • Fire In Babylon

    Movie

    An underdog story of how one of the most gifted teams in sporting history triumphed against all odds. A celebration of the power of sports as a vehicle for social change set to a reggae beat featuring Bob Marley and others.

  • Losing Sight of Shore

    Movie

    Four women set out to row across the Pacific Ocean, from America to Australia. As they row over 8,000 miles during their nine months at sea, they must overcome extreme mental and physical challenges to make history.

  • GameChangers: Dreams of BlizzCon

    Movie

    Enter the unexplored realm of professional esports as told through the eyes of two of the world's best StarCraft II players, "MMA" and "MC." Go behind the scenes and experience the high pressure, high stakes lifestyle of professional esports.

  • Lynch: A History

    Movie

    The story of an unwitting hero. Marshawn Lynch is known for refusing to talk to reporters. This doc uses more than 700 clips to create a haunting montage of his resistance against the American sports-media complex and its racial oppression.

  • Kumare

    Movie

    In Kumare, filmmaker Vikram Gandhi impersonates a wise guru from India and gains real followers, asking the question, “Can a fake guru teach real enlightenment?” Winner of the Audience Award for Best Documentary at SXSW 2011

  • Spettacolo

    Movie

    Once upon a time, villagers in a tiny hill town in Tuscany came up with a remarkable way to confront their issues: they turned their lives into a play. But with an aging population, the town’s 50th–anniversary performance just might be its last.

  • The Comedy

    Movie

    Tim Heidecker stars as an aging Brooklyn hipster who, as he’s set to inherit money from his dying father, begins testing the limits of acceptable behavior with his like-minded friends in this provocative character study.

  • Bernie

    Movie

    In small-town Texas, a much-loved mortician goes to extreme ends to extract himself from the controlling relationship with a wealthy widow. Starring Jack Black and Shirley MacLaine. From director Richard Linklater. Based on a true story.

  • Becoming Who I Was

    Movie

    Cast out of his monastery and displaced in his reincarnation, a Ladakhi boy of noble birth must go in search of his past life in Tibet, with the help and sacrifice of his aging godfather.

  • What Maisie Knew

    Movie

    In this modern adaptation of a Henry James novel, a young girl in New York City is caught in the middle of her neglectful parents’ nasty custody battle. With Academy Award® winner Julianne Moore, Alexander Skarsgård, Steve Coogan and Onata Aprile.

  • A Guide To Recognizing Your Saints

    Movie

    In this award-winning film, a boy growing up in Astoria, New York in the 1980s watches as his friends die, go to prison, or ruin their lives with drug use. The all-star cast includes Robert Downey Jr., Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson and Shia LaBeouf.

  • Paris Je T'aime

    Movie

    Twenty filmmakers write the ultimate love letter to Paris with this anthology of vignettes, following diverse characters across the city. Featuring Natalie Portman, Elijah Wood, and Steve Buscemi, and films by the Coen Brothers and Alfonso Cuaron.

  • She Shears

    Movie

    Meet the badass women of competitive sheep shearing—a world that isn’t split by gender, just by skill. For five New Zealand women, the Golden Shears championship is their Holy Grail. This doc tells their stories of passion, purpose and “shear” will.

  • Rigged: The Voter Suppression Playbook

    Movie

    America’s democracy is threatened. Narrated by Jeffrey Wright, RIGGED tells the story of how the principle of "one person, one vote" is being compromised and how American citizens are fighting back.

  • Boys of Summer

    Movie

    In this documentary, filmmakers investigate how Curacao has managed to send a scrappy team of Caribbean boys to the Little League World Series for seven consecutive years.

  • Nas: Time is Illmatic

    Movie

    The story behind Nas's groundbreaking debut album 'Illmatic,' and a look at the early life of one of the most talented rappers of all time. Featuring Pharrell Williams, Alicia Keys, Q-Tip, and Busta Rhymes.

  • War Witch

    Movie

    Forced to join a rebel army during a bloody civil war, a young African girl is kept captive by a brutal warlord. However, she finds hope for survival when her captors believe she's endowed with supernatural powers.

  • Palo Alto

    Movie

    Emma Roberts and James Franco star in this unflinching portrait of adolescent lust, boredom, and self-destruction that centers around a shy young girl on the cusp of an illicit relationship with her soccer coach. From director Gia Coppola.

  • Side By Side

    Movie

    Keanu Reeves takes an in-depth look at the future of digital cinema, featuring interviews with cinematic masters James Cameron, David Fincher, David Lynch, Martin Scorsese, Steven Soderbergh and more.

  • Meet The Patels

    Movie

    Imagine your parents being your dating coach. In this real-life “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” Indian-American Ravi searches for a wife with the help of his parents, aunts, uncles, and even strangers. Get to know traditional Indian dating.

  • How Gay is Pakistan? (Mawaan Rizwan)

    Movie

    In Pakistan, the punishment for being gay is up to ten years in prison or death. When gay YouTuber Mawaan Rizwan returns to his country of birth, he finds a growing gay community, where some fight for equal rights in defiance of threats of violence.

  • Getting High for God (Mawaan Rizwan)

    Movie

    Mawaan was brought up in a religious family but no longer practices. He visits religious movements in North and South America which use powerful psychoactive drugs they claim gives them access to the almighty. Will drugs bring him closer to God?

  • You Are Good at Things

    Movie

    What are you good at? Choosing a doughnut? Spying on other people’s text messages? Touching your toes? Even though you might not have the kind of achievements you believe are worth bragging about, these bright spots are still worth celebrating.

  • A Conversation With Spring Awakening’s Steven Sater

    Movie

    The writer and lyricist looks back on the creation of the musical in the wake of Columbine.

  • Kings

    Movie

    A man who grew up without a father finds fulfillment in mentoring another.

  • Phenomena Exotica

    Movie

    An animated exploration into the mind-boggling phenomenon that is synchronicity. Featuring events so bizarre you will no longer believe in “just coincidences.”

  • Manifesto

    Movie

    Two-time Academy Award® winner Cate Blanchett stars in vignettes in which she portrays 13 different characters—among them a homeless man, a 5th grade teacher, a Russian choreographer and a scientist—in a series of tour-de-force transformations.

  • The Witness

    Movie

    In 1964, Kitty Genovese was stabbed to death near her Queens apartment. News coverage stated that dozens of people witnessed the crime and did nothing about it. 40 years later, her brother Bill investigates to learn the truth behind the legend.

  • The Family I Had

    Movie

    A mother recalls how her brilliant teenage son came to shatter their idyllic family through one unthinkable act. Now, left to pick up the pieces, the survivors test the boundaries of their newly defined reality in this moving true crime story.

  • By Sidney Lumet

    Movie

    In a never-before-seen interview filmed a few years before his death, Sidney Lumet, the director of such film classics as "Dog Day Afternoon," "Serpico," "12 Angry Men" and Network," guides us through his life and work.

  • The Glass Menagerie

    Movie

    From director Paul Newman comes this 1987 stage adaptation of the classic Tennessee Williams play about a young man’s recollections of the tragically codependent relationship between his aging, often delusional, mother and his painfully shy sister.

  • Ash Wednesday

    Movie

    From writer/director Ed Burns, comes this crime drama set on Ash Wednesday, 1983. Francis Sullivan discovers that his younger brother Sean (Elijah Wood), who has supposedly been dead, has reappeared. Now, both are in danger as old scores are settled.

  • Boxing: In and Out of the Ring

    Movie

    This investigative documentary takes you inside the high-stakes boxing business, with unprecedented access to the FBI's investigation of the International Boxing Federation.

  • James White

    Movie

    Self-destructive twentysomething James White (Christopher Abbott) tries to stay afloat in a frenzied New York City. But as his mother (Cynthia Nixon) battles a serious illness, James must take control of his life or risk imploding completely.

  • Motherland

    Movie

    Takes us into the heart of the planet’s busiest maternity hospital where, at first, the subjects are strangers. But soon thereafter, the mothers' stories become absorbingly intimate, rendering their struggles increasingly familiar.

  • I Dream In Another Language

    Movie

    A linguist arrives in a small jungle settlement hoping to record a conversation between two elderly men, the last remaining speakers of the Zikril language. Unfortunately for him, the men are feuding and haven't spoken to each other in 50 years.

  • How To Kill Your Neighbor's Dog

    Movie

    Peter McGowan (Kenneth Branagh) is a failing, insomniac playwright who lives in L.A. and finds himself bonding with a new neighbor's daughter (Robin Wright) who has mild cerebral palsy. To top it all off, he oddly meets his doppelgänger.

  • Transsiberian

    Movie

    A Transsiberian train journey from China to Moscow becomes a thrilling chase of deception and murder when an American couple encounters a mysterious pair of fellow travelers. This award-winning films stars Woody Harrelson and Emily Mortimer.

  • New York Doll

    Movie

    Arthur “Killer” Kane, a newly converted Mormon with an alcoholic past, is given a rare opportunity to reunite with his legendary former band, the punk rock icon New York Dolls, for the first time in 30 years.

  • Adele's Wish

    Movie

    The story behind the world's most valuable painting, the Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I. The film recounts the struggle of 92 year old Maria Altmann, who sued Austria to recover Klimt paintings stolen from her family in Vienna by the Nazis in 1938.

  • The Sunshine Makers

    Movie

    Nicholas Sand and Tim Scully were the unlikely duo at the heart of the 1960s American drug counterculture. United in a mission to save the planet through the power of LSD, this documents their story as they tried to stay one step ahead of the feds.

  • Hobbyhorse Revolution

    Movie

    Funny and moving film about the power of imagination and the strength of a community. Witness the empowerment of three young girls, whose lives have been transformed by their new interest: hobbyhorses.

  • The Drew: No Excuse Just Produce

    Movie

    Featuring basketball stars Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, James Harden and Baron Davis, this film chronicles the nation's foremost Pro-Am basketball league and its impact on South Central Los Angeles.

  • This Is Yarra

    Movie

    This is Yarra follows the story of Riyadh Aden and Deng Dut from the Yarra Wild Beasts as they prepare for a basketball tournament, with the hope of taking home their first trophy for the junior team.

  • Everybody Street

    Movie

    Documentary | United States • Filmmaker and photographer Cheryl Dunn turns her lens on the pioneers and masters of New York street photography, revealing that these shooters are as colourful and unique as the subjects they’ve documented.