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Freida Mock’s documentary pays tribute to Anita Hill 22 years after her Senate testimony polarized America. Read Review
A.J. Schnack captures the lead-up to the 2012 Iowa caucus in infinitesimal detail in this US premiere. Read Review
Filmmaker Matt Wolf defies convention to explore the relatively recent concept of the teenager. Read Review
Jeff Reichert and Farihah Zaman capture the people who flock to a NASCAR track in search of free health care. Read Review
This 12-minute short explores the people willing to invest in the hope of life after death. Read Review
Samantha Buck’s film captures the plight of autistic students who age out of their school at 21. Read Review
A rockumentary about the band the National is less about music than a lesson in brotherly love. Read Review
The world premiere of a film about international students in New York City offers a new side to the immigration debate. Read Review
Dawn Porter’s film looks at the unglamorous and unlucrative careers of public defenders in the South. Read Review
Filmmaker Banker White captures both his family’s battle with Alzheimer’s Disease and his mother’s unique spirit. Read Review
Filmmaker Dan Krauss looks at the horrific actions of one US platoon in Afghanistan in this compelling feature. Read Review
Barbara Kopple explores the legacy of mental illness through the heritage of actress Mariel Hemingway. Read Review
Director Yoruba Richen examines the struggle for equal marriage rights within the context of the African-American community. Read Review
A troubling examination of whether it should be legal for juveniles to serve life without parole. Read Review
Archival footage in Penny Lane’s debut film offers new insight into a complex and fascinating leader. Read Review
Ariana Delawari’s debut film looks at her efforts to connect to her native Afghanistan through music. Read Review
Activist Matthew VanDyke provides a close-up look at the Arab Spring’s hardest-hit community in this searing short. Read Review
Dutch filmmaker John Appel looks at the 2011 killing spree by Anders Behring Breivik that claimed the lives of 77 Norwegians. Read Review
Bill Siegel looks at a particularly tumultuous period during the life and career of the greatest fighter of all time. Read Review
A look at one man’s side gig as a temporary family member explores loneliness and the frailty of human connection. Read Review
Filmmaker Grace Lee delves into the extraordinary life of her namesake, a 97-year-old activist and philosopher. Read Review