An electrifying journey through the performance, private and public worlds pop cultural icon Grace Jones. From director Sophie Fiennes, the film reimagines the music doc, contrasting breath-taking musical sequences with intimate personal footage.
After 21 years of continuous failure in UN climate change negotiations, delegates from 195 nations meet for a last attempt to save our planet. Behind closed doors they must agree on the first global climate change agreement that will impact every human on earth.
"Some of the most beautiful cinematography to ever be seen in a documentary. Pure poetry." - Digital Journal
"God Knows Where I Am is one of those rare, beautiful films that has the courage to dwell in its own sadness. This is the kind of documentary that inspires." - Missoula Independent
For the past three years a team from Copenhagen-based Nordic Food Lab, made up of chefs and researchers Josh Evans, Ben Reade and Roberto Flore, has been travelling the world to learn what some of the two billion people who already eat insects have to say.
How did a boy from a small town on Columbia's Caribbean coast go on to become a writer who won the hearts of millions, from the poorest to the most powerful political leaders, and whose works changed our perception of reality?
Antonio Barrera is the most gored bullfighter in modern history. He has been stabbed an incredible twenty-three times over the course of his career but now with a family to consider and a body that is broken, Barrera has decided to retire – but not before one final fight.
In a startling loop of time and memory, Granito: How to Nail a Dictator (2011) shows how a filmmaker's first documentary was instrumental in indicting Ríos Montt.
Few twentieth-century figures have moved as fluidly and forcefully between the worlds of politics, literature, drama, film, historical debate, and the culture wars as Gore Vidal...
God Loves Uganda is a shocking and powerful exploration of the evangelical campaign to infuse African culture with values imported from America's Christian Right. Roger Ross Williams' award-winning film follows American and Ugandan...
Haja Fatma, a mother to eight children, tells the tale of family life in Tripoli during the Libyan Revolution. Women, young and old, all contributed during these hostile months in their own unique way. A human portal into the acts of ordinary people in their hope for freedom.