Delicate and moving, immense and profound.
A landmark portrait of identity, KELET is a touching reminder that no matter who you are, you are not alone.
I met with Nina Ijäs, the co-writer and editor of HOPE FROZEN, at DocPoint 2020 to talk about her career — and how to approach death as a topic.
A heartbreaking portrait of grief and longing, SHADOWS FLOWERS is a remarkable depiction of unbreakable courage in the face of insurmountable odds.
Riveting in its telling, CITIZEN K is a compelling portrait that raises more questions than it answers.
Eloquent and touching, HOPE FROZEN is a fascinating look at the process of grief in the modern era.
A startling and beautiful masterwork about our connection with the world. CARNIVAL PILGRIMS is essential viewing for everyone, everywhere.
Insightful and aggravating, COUNTERS is essential viewing to understand how limited the fascist playbook is, and how close to home all of this really hits.