Poignant docs about the bonds that connect us all.
"On My Way Out" tells the love story of Roman and Ruth Blank. A couple whose experience casts a light on the power and complexity of love, marriage, and deeply held family secrets
An inspiring story of four blind high school kids who strive to prove that their disability does not hold them back from achieving their dreams.
This charming documentary explores the complex relationship between a father-son circus clown duo who achieved fame during the 1970s, but whose family later fractured under painful circumstances. Directed by Lorenzo Pisoni (the titular “circus kid”) and produced by Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe, this family-friendly film is a must-see for anyone who ever dreamed of life under the big top.
PICKLE explores the human capacity to care for all creatures throughout their sometimes greatly protracted lives until their occasionally sudden and unfortunate deaths.
The intimate portrait of a Moroccan family in Algeria left adrift following the death of their mother Zineb, a towering force and a notorious smuggler. One after the other her offspring don her dress and portray her, resulting in a storm front of conflicted feelings.
An artist couple find themselves eclipsed - then haunted - by the troubling black-and-white self-portraits of their daughter who committed suicide.
Director Doug Block creates a sentimental retrospective of his daughter's life as she finishes her final year of high school and offers a humorous and moving look into modern-day parenting and a parent's impending empty nest.
An emotional roller coaster of a documentary, the highly acclaimed DEAR ZACHARY will warm your heart, infuriate you and bring tears to your eyes.
Addressed to his youngest golden retriever, fashion photographer Bruce Weber’s film is a poignant cinematic collage about lost innocence.
Jonathan Demme’s stirring 1992 documentary introduced audiences to his cousin Robert Castle, a fiercely political Episcopalian minister who fights tirelessly to improve the lives of people of color both in his Harlem parish and around the country.