This intimate portrait captures the contradictions and passion of this de facto anthropologist who has for years been absorbed in a sole pursuit - documenting the way people dress.
When a group of Palestinian villagers stands in front of bulldozers to save their olive trees from destruction, their actions initiate a new movement that unites Israelis and Palestinians in a nonviolent struggle in this up-close and inspiring documentary chronicle.
This compelling documentary explores the mystery surrounding the sudden vanishing of honeybees—a phenomenon, known as Colony Collapse Disorder, with widespread repercussions for humans—drawing on various profiles of leading beekeepers as they struggle to rescue their vital industry.
Nearly 55 years after they met, Constantin and Elena are still in love, living simply in their Romanian village and enriching each day with stories and singing in this unforgettable documentary portrait of one year in the life of an extraordinary couple.
Ten million men killed and 23 million wounded in World War I. Why did they follow orders implying certain death or injury? With an unseen French soldier as our guide and narrator, this gripping documentary offers some answers in a powerful compilation of archival footage.
An enthralling narrative woven from the mysteries surrounding Garbo—the Spanish double agent who perpetrated the greatest fraud in World War II—this masterful documentary shows us just how thin the line is between truth and fiction.
Never-before-seen footage from Henri-Georges Clouzot’s lost masterpiece, Inferno, fuels this fascinating documentary, which partially reconstructs the unfinished film while chronicling its problem-plagued production. Clouzot’s radical visual experimentation tantalizes viewers with what might have been.
A legend in his own time—and mind—the fascinating, forbearing 80-year-old Yoshiro Nakamatsu holds 3,400 patents, including the floppy disk, bouncing shoes and the impossible-to-resist Love Spray. This humorous, quirky and visually striking cinematic portrait proves wholly worthy of its eccentric subject. With short Arsy-Versy (23 min).
This visually stunning documentary draws viewers into the lives of a family of migrant factory workers on a grueling holiday journey back to their rural village—and the resentful child they left behind—in an intimate portrait of modern China.