Director Daniel Roher met face-to-face with the intensely intelligent and deeply motivated Alexei Navalny and together created a film that compels global political action.
Ten highlights from True/False Film Festival 2022, where festival-goers enter theaters to sounds of live music from eclectic buskers, meet to discuss films over pints of beer, and hit late-night concert revues.
“Omoiyari” was the guiding light for Kishi Bashi and Justin Taylor Smith in creating their documentary about Executive Order 9066 and Asian American identity.
An important film to see as Roe v. Wade is under threat, the ‘The Janes’ shows the danger that women on the frontlines of safe abortions were up against.
Descendant films the stories from the progeny of the slaves of the Clotilda. The result is a testament to the spirit of a community that refuses to disappear.
In Brainwashed, Nina Menkes intersperses film clips and candid interviews to open our eyes to the myopic viewpoint present in our most cherished Hollywood films.
Defiant, charming, and clearly deluded, Richard Davis of Ramin Bahrani’s documentary, 2nd Chance, never met an accusation he couldn’t dodge.
Alonso Ruizpalacios’ sort of documentary, ‘A Cop Movie’ (Una película de policías), takes on the challenge of presenting what real-life policing looks like.