Critic's Pick! – The New York Times

"A brave, revelatory, and beautifully realized film, it is easily one of the year’s best and most important documentaries." –

“A lively and moving documentary about the first major American hospital center for transgender surgery." – Variety


Winner of top prizes at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals

"Critic's Pick! Audacious and thrilling... an ingenious adaptation of the Jack London novel." – The New York Times

"One of the most epic-feeling Italian movies in years." – Time Out New York


A life history of the beloved neurologist and author in his own words

"A portrait at once tender and thrilling." – Variety

"A thoughtful, deeply affecting film." – The Hollywood Reporter


From Academy Award nominee Hubert Sauper (Darwin's Nightmare)

"Captures a Cuba that seems frozen in time." – Screen

"The director’s remarkable eye… will mesmerize you." – Vulture


"The craziest action film you never saw." – VideoTalk

"An excellent example of the type of escapist fun that packed drive-in theaters as recently as a decade ago but is now without a natural home." – Variety


Australia's Official Submission to the 92nd Academy Awards

"A terse minimalist thriller... supremely satisfying." – Sight & Sound

"A harrowing edge-of-your-seat adventure tale with social punch." – The Hollywood Reporter


The original adaptation of the classic novel by Richard Wright

"Genuine essential and previously missing link in mid-20th-century cinema." – Film Comment 

"The single most influential shaping force in modern Black literary history." – Henry Louis Gates Jr.


Winner of 10 U.S. Jewish Film Festival Audience Awards!

"A charming and often enlightening watch." – Little White Lies

"A heartfelt and sympathetic story." – The Guardian


A portrait of the 1972 National Black Political Convention by William Greaves (Symbiopsychotaxiplasm)

"Buzzes with long-term historical power." – The New Yorker

"A snapshot of ground-level organizing... lifted up by sky-high oratory." – Chicago Tribune


Michael Smerconish celebrates his 30th year as a talk radio host in this dynamic one-man performance, recorded live in the midst of a pandemic.

The result is both an intimate memoir and a unique explanation of the origin of a nation’s partisan divide.


"A shamelessly convoluted neo-noir with impressive storytelling acumen and stylistic brio to spare." – Film Comment

"A wild, multi-character ride that’s rife with energy and style, complexly knotted with an ending as simple as it is satisfying." – San Diego Reader




The story of the greatest soul man you’ve never heard.” – HotPress

"An even more peculiar story than the Oscar-winning music documentary Searching for Sugar Man." – Sunday Times (London)


A portrait of activist and political prisoner Nasrin Sotoudeh and Iran’s women’s rights movement

“Nasrin Sotoudeh is a hero for our age.” – The New York Times

Nasrin will make you angry at injustice, and give you hope. This is a must-see film!” – Gloria Steinem


A portrait of MASS MoCA and the small Massachusetts town it calls home

“A remarkable achievement in demystifying contemporary art.” – The Austin Chronicle

“The most fun documentary I've seen in some time. Smart, well-shot, and well-delivered.” – Flixist