Highlighting the innovative and varied documentary work that calls the internet home, features over a dozen videos that premiered online at sites such as YouTube,…MORE ›
Iranian auteur Abbas Kiarostami offers the viewer a master class as he drives along the hillsides he made famous in Taste of Cherry. Broken into…MORE ›
The 99-year old artist Carmen Herrera and her geometric, primary-colored paintings are portrayed with cinematic vigor.MORE ›
Part-time wedding videographer Doug Block tracks down couples he’s filmed over the years, contrasting past with present to see how love and life have unfolded after vows.MORE ›
Surrounded by a twinkling constellation of cameras, Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss records her stories for an interactive hologram project, preserving her experience for future generations.MORE ›
This touching portrayal of transition follows a talented adolescent as he is forced to abandon his longstanding role in the Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir when his voice begins to change. Festival Year: 2009MORE ›
How do you decide when it’s time to let go? For young Jorgis, the star voice of the Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir, the moment is…MORE ›
A struggling adolescent seeks acceptance from a group of extreme dirt bikers, an illegal gang
seen to be terrorizing the streets of Baltimore.
At a single intersection in Fort Prince, Florida, sits a microcosm of America’s most intractable ideological battle: on one side of the street an abortion clinic, on the other the pro-life Pregnancy Care Center.MORE ›
This film explores the mind of a Nobel Prize winner in Economics—a mind that developed revolutionary contributions to game theory just months before being diagnosed…MORE ›
Equal parts documentary and daydream, Jane Pollard and Iain Forsyth’s innovative film features the inimitable Nick Cave in a series of revelatory and imaginative vignettes.MORE ›
The 2007 Garrett Scott Development Grant is awarded to Robin Hessman, director of Russia’s Pepsi Generation and Lee Lynch, director of The Last Buffalo Hunt.…MORE ›
The 2008 Garrett Scott Documentary Development Grant is award to Rebecca Richman Cohen for War Don Don, Mai Iskander for Garbage Dreams, and Nathan Fisher…MORE ›
The 2009 Garrett Scott Development Grant was awarded to Elinyisia Mosha for her (Untitled Tanzania Documentary) and Cameron Yates for The Canal Street Madam. Ian…MORE ›
The 2010 Garrett Scott Development Grant has been awarded to Mike Brown for 25 to Life and April Hayes and Katia Maguire for Jessica Gonzales…MORE ›
The 2011 Garrett Scott Documentary Development Grant has been awarded to Katherine Fairfax Wright and Malika Zouhali-Worrall for Call Me Kuchu, Lofty Nathan for The…MORE ›
Now in its sixth year, the 2012 Garrett Scott Documentary Development Grant has been awarded to Ben Powell for Barge and Jason Osder for Let the Fire Burn. Grant…MORE ›
(T)ERROR (Director: Lyric R. Cabral)
An active FBI counterterrorism sting operation unravels when a terror suspect realizes an
informant is setting him up.
In Country (Directors: Mike Attie, Meghan O’Hara)
Blurring the boundaries between reality and fantasy, this film follows a “platoon” of dedicated
Vietnam War reenactors.