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Documentaries

WikiRebels

When does whistle-blowing become a threat to national security? Is it morally right? Julian Assange and WikiLeaks are the focus of this Swedish television documentary. More…

WikiRebels
When The Dragon Swallowed The Sun

Dirk Simon’s 2010 documentary about Tibet touches on the controversial topic of whether or not freedom can be attained through non-violent or violent means, as well as many other pressing issues. More…

When The Dragon Swallowed The Sun
Cinema Komunisto

Cinema Komunisto tells the story of the Avala Studio and the Yugoslav film boom of that era, an industry that at its height attracted the likes of Orson Welles and Richard Burton. More…

Cinema Komunisto
Donor Unknown

Donor Unknown is a documentary following 20-year-old JoEllen Marsh as she tries to find her anonymous donor father (Donor 150) and half siblings across the country. More…

Donor Unknown
You’ve Been Trumped

American business magnate Donald Trump is the focus of Anthony Baxter’s exposé as he attempts to lift the lid on his multi-million dollar golf resort on the Aberdeenshire coast. More…

You’ve Been Trumped
Baraka

Ron Fricke’s Baraka captures startling and profound contrasts with the ancient and modern world highlighting both beauty and crises in nature and culture. More…

Baraka
Samsara

Ron Fricke explores the eternal “wheel of life” and captures both the mundane and miraculous, contrasting the beauty of nature and sacred places with disaster zones. More…

Samsara
Village At The End Of The World

Teenager Lars and the other fifty-eight genial inhabitants of a remote village in northern Greenland are the focus of Sarah Gavron’s arresting ethnographic portrait. More…

Village At The End Of The World
The Thorn In The Heart

Director Michel Gondry turns the camera on his own family in The Thorn In The Heart, a revealing reportage on the life and career of his aunt, Suzette Gondry. More…

The Thorn In The Heart
Être Et Avoir

Nicolas Philibert’s award-winning documentary is a lovely portrait of a rural community school run single-handedly by devoted educator Georges Lopez and attended by some real characters. More…

Être Et Avoir
Set The Piano Stool On Fire

Directed by Mark Kidel, Set The Piano Stool On Fire follows 80-year old classical pianist Alfred Brendel as he passes the torch on to his young prodigy Kit Armstrong before retirement. More…

Set The Piano Stool On Fire
Default: The Student Loan

Aurora Meneghello’s short documentary serves to educate people that two thirds of students who graduate college in America do so with crippling debt. Meet a few of them. More…

Default: The Student Loan
Michael H: Profession Director

Yves Montmayeur, having worked on DVD extras on an array of Haneke’s films, directs this fascinating documentary on the filmmaker which also includes some great behind-the-scenes footage. More…

Michael H: Profession Director
Hearts Of Darkness

Shot and narrated by Eleanor Coppola in 1976 in Vietnam, Hearts Of Darkness: A Filmmaker’s Apocalypse is the story of how one of the greatest movies ever made, was made. More…

Hearts Of Darkness
A Brief History Of Time

Directed by Errol Morris and scored by Philip Glass, A Brief History Of Time is more a film about Stephen Hawking than it is about his landmark book of the same name. More…

A Brief History Of Time

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