That Which Once Was
In 2032, two environmental refugees discover friendship in a world devastated by climate change.
Silvio Rodriguez: My First Calling
Cuban troubador Silvio Rodriguez recounts his experience as a 1961 Literacy Campaign brigadista.
Drunk on Too Much Life
In a world gone crazy, a young woman discovers that her madness is a fierce and powerful gift that makes her more fully human.
The Art Of Un-War
An instigator for social change, Krzysztof Wodiczko’s powerful public art interventions disrupt the valorization of state-sanctioned aggression and challenge our complacency towards war, xenophobia and displacement.
Into the Dark
An expedition into the polar night to discover how melting sea ice is leading to changes in underwater light that may be radically altering the Arctic Ecosystem.
All That Perishes at the Edge of Land
A conversation between a decommissioned vessel and her shipbreakers.
Fireburn the Documentary
Vigilantes, heroines, or criminals? Find out what really happened during the bloody labor revolt of 1878 on the island of Saint Croix.
We Rise For Our Land
The film explores the complexities, repression, and criminalization of social movements fighting for land and ecological restitution in Eswatini (formally known as Swaziland), Mozambique, and Zambia.
A Jumpin’ Night in the Garden of Eden
Re-released for a new generation: the first film to document the klezmer music revival.
My Dear Children
A woman’s quest to solve a family mystery reveals a forgotten humanitarian tragedy.