I Want My Name Back: Thirty years after recording "Rapper's Delight," Master Gee & Wonder Mike come back to reclaim their identities and rightful place in Hip Hop history.
Marie's Story: Marie Heurtin is born both blind and deaf. Sister Marguerette wins her trust and teaches her how to express herself.
Print the Legend: Follows the people racing to bring the hot new 3D printing technology to your home, documenting the "Macintosh Moment" of this revolution and exploring what it takes to live the American Dream.
The Wings of Eagles: A biography of Navy flier-turned-screenwriter Frank W. "Spig" Wead.
Unauthorized: The Harvey Weinstein Project: An uncensored look at the life and work of film producer Harvey Weinstein.
Callas Forever: A fictionalized account of the last days of opera singer Maria Callas.
Madonna: Innocence Lost: The early years of the entertainer's career are chronicled.
The Lady: The story of Aung San Suu Kyi as she becomes the core of Burma's democracy movement, and her relationship with her husband, writer Michael Aris.
I Am Steve McQueen: I Am Steve McQueen" is told through the eyes of the people that knew him best including much of his family that followed his path into acting including son Chad, ("Karate Kid"), his grandson Steven ("Vampire Diaries"), granddaughter Molly ("Carjacked") and former wives Neile Adams McQueen ("This Could Be The Night"), Ali MacGraw ("Love Story"), and his widow former model Barbara Minty McQueen.
The Benny Goodman Story: Bio of swing band leader 'Benny Goodman' from age 10 (1919) to his landmark Carnegie Hall band concert in 1938. Not exactly historically accurate, but great music.
Larry Kramer in Love and Anger: Larry Kramer in Love and Anger is a feature-length documentary about the legendary author, activist and playwright, Larry Kramer. It is an in-depth 'warts and all' portrait of one of the most important and controversial figures in contemporary gay America, a political firebrand who gave voice to the outrage and grief that inspired a generation of gay men and lesbians to fight for their lives. He's a complicated man, who, at 78, still commands our attention.
Annie Oakley: A romanticized biography of the famous sharpshooter.
Calamity Jane: A movie that's well worth watching, and maybe even buying?
Barbarians at the Gate: The president of a major tobacco company decides to buy the company himself, but a bidding war ensues as other companies make their own offers.
The Wolfpack: Winner of Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, this critically acclaimed documentary follows the Angulo brothers who were locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan and discovered about the outside world through the films that they watch.
Honest Man: The Life of R. Budd Dwyer: Honest Man: the Life of R. Budd Dwyer is a movie about politics and corruption, suicide and survival. Four years in the making, it explores the scandal that led an honest, hard-working man to take his own life. This independently produced feature-length documentary follows Budd Dwyer, a Pennsylvania politician who infamously committed suicide at a televised press conference.
The Redfern Story: The National Black Theatre movement in Redfern, Sydney formed at a very crucial time in Australian political history, culminating with the establishment of a political movement and the setting up of a number of significant Aboriginal organisations. The National Black Theatre has left a lasting legacy on national politics, social welfare and the Australian arts scene.
Avenues: Saul Sanchez returns home to the rough Los Angeles neighborhood of Highland Park, also known as The Avenues, after serving a decade-long prison sentence.
Keep the Faith, Baby: New Yorker Adam Clayton Powell Jr. (Harry J. Lennix) becomes a congressman and condemns all forms of segregation and discrimination.
Alec Mapa: Baby Daddy: Actor and comedian Alec Mapa's one-man show about how his life has changed since he and his husband adopted a child through foster care.
Shelter: A Look at Manchester's Homeless: Manchester City Council state only 7 people sleep rough in the city. If they are sleeping in a bus shelter, that counts as a roof. With the number of people sleeping rough in the UK rising, I take a look at the people that the council say don't exist.
Stevie: This biographical film has Glenda Jackson portraying a British poet with emotional problems.
Smiling Through the Apocalypse: 'Smiling Through the Apocalypse' chronicles a man whose editorial instincts produced one of the greatest magazines ever: Harold Hayes, the swinging editor and cultural provocateur of the iconic Esquire Magazine of the Sixties.
An Unreasonable Man: A look at the career of consumer advocate Ralph Nader from wannabe presidential candidate to public pariah.
The Salt of the Earth: For the last 40 years, the photographer Sebastião Salgado has been travelling through the continents, in the footsteps of an ever-changing humanity. He has witnessed some of the major ...
One Week Job: After graduating from university, Sean Aiken struggled with the question 'What should I do with my life?' His father said to find his passion. Taking the advice to heart, Sean created The One-Week Job Project, with the goal of working 52 jobs in 52 weeks.
The First Grader: The true story of an 84 year-old Kenyan villager and ex Mau Mau freedom fighter who fights for his right to go to school for the first time to get the education he could never afford.
IRL 2.0 in Moderation: A documentary about playing video games in moderation.
Ninahs Dowry: Ninah is a runaway wife whose husband finds out she is pregnant and he comes to recover the dowry he paid or take home the woman he owns. By any means necessary.
Sriracha: Sriracha has earned a cult following, but the story of this spicy sauce is a mystery to most fans. Dedicated to Sriracha lovers, this documentary travels around the globe to reveal its origin and the man behind the iconic "rooster sauce."
Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel: A look at the battles Hugh Hefner fought over the years against the U.S. government, the religious right, and militant feminists.
John Rabe: A true-story account of a German businessman who saved more than 200,000 Chinese during the Nanjing massacre in 1937-38.
Gascoigne: A feature length, theatrical documentary on the life of Paul Gascoigne, one of the greatest footballers that ever lived: delving deep into his psyche, vulnerabilities, fears and triumphs.
John and the Missus: A small Canadian town is devastated when a local mine--the town's only source of income--is closed. One man incurs the wrath of the townsmen when he stubbornly refuses the small amount of settlement money offered by the government.
The Outlaw: A chronicle of the life of Lope de Vega, the Spanish playwright who dominated Spain's early Golden Age of theater.
Constantines Sword: An exploration of the dark side of Christianity, following acclaimed author and former priest James Carroll on a journey of remembrance and reckoning.
Gandhi, My Father: The account of troubled relationship between Mahatma Gandhi and his eldest son.
Admiral: When the young republic of The Netherlands is attacked by England, France and Germany and the country itself is on the brink of civil war, only one man can lead the county's strongest weapon, the Dutch fleet: Michiel de Ruyter.
Rude Dude: Legendary and award-winning comic book artist Steve "The Dude" Rude confronts the extreme suffering he experiences caused by his bi-polar disorder and decides at age 53 to leave the industry that made him famous to pursue a new and quieter lifestyle, out of the comic book limelight, as a fine artist.
Waiting for Mamu: In some parts of the world, children whose parents are sent to prison and who lack other guardians are locked away along with their parents. This eye-opening documentary tells the story of what it means for a child to grow up in prison and what hope exists for a better life.