After Katrina: Rebuilding St. Bernard Parish
Adam Finberg

A sensitive elegy to a working-class community’s destroyed neighborhood and its passionate commitment to rebuild. Rather than sweeping statements of catastrophe, we are offered intimate…

After Tiller
Martha Shane, Lana Wilson

After the murder of their friend and colleague Dr. George Tiller, only four physicians continue to
perform late-term abortions, risking their lives for women’s right to choose.

Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq
Nancy Buirski

In 1956, at the height of her fame, ballerina Tanaquil le Clercq was stricken with polio. A mesmerizing film of love, loss, and surprising grace.

The Agronomist
Jonathan Demme

The Agronomist is inspired by the pioneering work of Haitian journalist and human rights activist Jean Dominique. Filmmaker Jonathan Demme shot many hours of footage…

Ahead of Time
Bob Richman

Cinematographer Bob Richman, in his directing debut, celebrates Ruth Gruber, an intrepid scholar and journalist, now almost a hundred, who documented and participated in some of the pivotal events of the 20th century.

Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
Alison Klayman

With intimate access to the artist, Alison Klayman presents a portrait of Chinese photographer, sculptor, architect, and activist Ai Weiwei. Captured over the course of…

Air Guitar Nation
Alexandra Lipsitz

“The axes are invisible; the chops are for real.” The art of air guitar centers on the elusive quality of “airness.” Covering the U.S. Air…

Airtime Rights
Stephen Hutchinson

Meet Monroe Litman and Mark Jonofsky, two guys compelled to air their private opinions in the public arena. Regular callers to NYC community-supported radio stations,…

AKA Doc Pomus
Peter Miller, Will Hechter

This biopic celebrates blues legend Doc Pomus, AKA Jerome Felder, a man who didn’t just
write “Lonely Avenue” but lived it.

Al Franken: God Spoke
Chris Hegedus, Nick Doob

Al Franken: God Spoke chronicles Al Franken’s rise to political prominence as the bane of right-wing media and scourge of Republicans everywhere. Once a regular…

Albert Wong
Gerrie McCall

“I’m not nervous since I’m prepared.” Meet Albert Wong. He’s nine years old, he’s a piano prodigy, and he wears those shoes with the little…

Albert’s Winter
Andreas Koefoed

A young Danish boy spends the winter balancing the whimsy of childhood play, the demands of his education, and the omnipresence of his mother’s cancer.

Barbara Bird

A poignant exploration of the creation and destruction of an American family, Album combines 8mm home movies from the ‘40s and ‘50s with contemporary commentary…

Ali Shan
Yung Chang

In this oddly suspenseful and ethereal short film, an early morning commute leads to a surprisingly transcendent destination.

Ali: Fear Eats the Soul
Rainer Werner Fassbinder

Rainer Werner Fassbinder addresses multiple levels of intolerance in his 1973 feature Ali: Fear Eats the Soul. When a lonely Moroccan mechanic falls in love…

Alice Sees The Light
Ariana Gerstein

The ever-increasing use of artificial lights has chased the darkness from our world. Alice laments the loss of her view of the universe, one of…

Alive Inside
Michael Rossato-Bennett

When a social worker discovers that music can unlock the memories of patients whose minds are clouded by dementia, he embarks on a mission to transform lives one iPod at a time.

All About My Father
Bjørn Eivind Aarskog

This Norwegian film uses understatement and riveting technique to carefully handle the subject of cross-dressing. A shocking revelation at the start of the film drives…