A look at how money and the influence of two of the world’s richest men, David and Charles Koch, has changed the Republican party and the country's political system at large.
Already awarded the Gotham Independent Film Award and the New York Film Critics Circle Award, this documentary takes a look at Edward Snowden and the leaks that rocked the nation.
Finding Vivian Maier
After a trunk full thousands of negatives is snatched up at auction, the story of a nanny, who was secretly an amazing street photographer, comes to light.
The Internet’s Own Boy
The story of Aaron Swartz, the prodigy who helped found Reddit and whose information access activism ensnared him in a two-year legal battle that ended with his suicide.
Cult filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky was on the verge of creating a Dune adaptation starring Salvador Dali, Orson Welles and Mick Jagger, but it fell apart. This doc takes a look at what could have been.
Keep On Keepin’ On
Shot over three years, this doc follows music legend Clark Terry, who was Quincy Jones’ first teacher, mentor to Miles Davis, and the first African-American staff musician at NBC on The Tonight Show, as he connects and mentors a blind piano prodigy.
The Kill Team
This story is about Specialist Adam Winfield, a 21-year-old infantryman in Afghanistan who tried to alert the military to heinous war crimes his platoon was committing. Nothing is done about the information, his platoon finds out, and things spiral out of control.
Last Days in Vietnam
Directed by Rory Kennedy for American Experience Films/PBS, this doc counts down the last days of the Vietnam War. As the North Vietnamese Army closes in on Saigon and an official evacuation of South Vietnamese is held up in Washington, some Americans take it in their own hands to get their allies and friends to safety, however they can.
Based on his bestselling memoir, this film explores Roger Ebert's legacy, from his Pulitzer Prize-winning film criticism to his on and off screen relationship with Gene Siskel, and beyond.