A documentary about the controversial Cape Wind Project on Nantucket Sound.
Photojournalist Danfung Dennis, embedded with the Marines' Echo Company in Afghanistan, follows wounded combatant Sgt. Nathan Harris from the front to his North Carolina home, where he and his wife try to manage his emotional and physical pain, pick up their lives and look to the future.
Filmmaker Heather Courtney follows the four year military sojourn of a group of teenage high school buddies who join the National Guard, are deployed to Afghanistan, and return to their hometown in rural Michigan to reenter civilian life.
A documentary chronicling the lives and concerns of punk rock musicians who grew up to become daddies.
A holocaust documentary about the performance of Verdi's 'Requiem' in Terezin concentration camp.
A review of 'Girl Model,' the documentary in which filmmakers Ashley Sabin and David Redmon track a 13-year old Siberian girl who seeks to become a model in Tokyo.
A documentary about the popular Jewish song, 'Hava Nagila.'
A documentary about events leading up to the demise of Osama bin Laden
An up close look at the pollination process that's essential to our food supply.
Documenting the story of Tim DeChristopher
American narrative filmmaker Gil Kofman makes a documentary about his job as a movie director for hire, making the first thriller produced in China.
Filmmaker Shirley Clark's masterful 1967 documentary, 'Portrait of Jason, has been restores and re-released by Milestone Films.
The true story of Gilbert and Eleanor Kraus, who risked their lives to rescue 50 Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Vienna.
The documentary follows a group of actors, directors, composers and choreographers -- some of them noted -- who get together for a 24 hour period to create, produce and present a series of four 20-minute musicals for charity.
Filmmaker Timothy Wheeler follows champion marathon swimmer Diana Nyad as she tries to swim from Cuba to Key West, Florida -- struggling against the surf, sharks and jellyfish. And she's 62 years old!
Presenting a compilation of personal letters that were written to Adolph Hitler during his years in power, this documentary stands as unsettling evidence about how devoted Germans from all walks of life and various geographic settings were to their fuhrer.
A primer on the music of Richard Wagner, with Stephen Fry taking the audience on a tour of important Wagner-related locations and providing context for the composers 'music dramas.'
A documentary that chronicles the annual hunt for guga, fledgling gannets that are a traditional food for the Scottish people who live in the remote town of Ness, on the northernmost point of the Isle of Lewis, a remote island in the North Atlantic.
French filmmaker Agnes Varda's remarkable documentary is about daily life on Paris' rue Daguerre. She shot the film in 1976. It was released in Paris and around the world in 1978. And, it is having its US theatrical premiere on December 12, 2011. Long awaited. Greatly anticipated.
Filmmaker Shirley Clarke's classic documentary profile of musician Ornette Coleman has been restores and is being re-released by Milestone Films.
A feature length documentary about the lives of subsistence hunter-fishermen in the remote Siberian Wilderness.
Filmmakers Shira and Yoav Potash film themselves as they take the food stamp challenge, and try to eat a healthy diet, spending about one dollar per meal. See whether they meet their goal at the end of the month.
Freedom Riders is a documentary that chronicles the mission of and pays tribute to an important group of civil rights activists who played a major role in the nonviolent civil rights movement.
Susanne Rostock's documentary profile of Harry Belafonte chronicles the life and career of the reknown and highly respected singer and social activist.
A documentary covering the years when Ed Koch was New York City's Mayor.