Because Black Lives Matter.
Premiering at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, this moving docu-short traces the lineage of six descendants of fugitive slaves and abolitionists, revealing the very human story of the Underground Railroad.
One year before the fatal police shooting of a black teenager in nearby Ferguson, 17-year-old Daje is sentenced to a court-supervised high school in St. Louis. In this intimate coming of age story, Daje fights to secure a better future.
This gripping documentary reveals the shocking truth of guns in the USA. An award-winning team picks apart a series of shootings that happened over a single weekend, revealing how, when and why these crimes happened. They draw on CCTV footage, police body cameras, mobile phone videos and interviews to throw viewers into the heart of the action.
After Dontre Hamilton, a black, unarmed man diagnosed with schizophrenia, was shot 14 times and killed by police in Milwaukee, his family embarks on a quest for answers, justice, and reform as the investigation unfolds.
Following graffiti's early days on the streets of NYC and Philadelphia in the 60s, the art form has since exploded into a global revolution of creative expression that has forever altered the way we view our cities.
The remarkable true story of Darius McCollum, a man with Asperger’s, whose overwhelming love of transit has landed him in jail 32 times for impersonating NYC bus drivers and subway conductors and driving their routes.
Sundance Now's TAKE 5: A MORE PERFECT PATRIOT is the second season of the TAKE 5 film series and includes six short documentaries exploring the meaning of patriotism in modern America.
Joe Berlinger’s riveting true crime series explores a variety of troubling complexities within the US criminal justice system, highlighting how issues like forensics and police misconduct impact who gets sentenced to prison and who goes free.
Filmmaker Samantha Buck follows a special education instructor's tireless efforts to find her students a place in the real world as they prepare to leave the public school system.
Filmmaker Paul Saltzman returns to Mississippi to encounter a man who once assaulted him — Byron "Delay" De La Beckwith, a KKK member and the son of the man convicted of murdering Medgar Evers.
40 years, 45 million arrests, $1 Trillion - America's longest, most tragic and costliest war is the so-called War on Drugs. Yet, drugs are cheaper, purer and more available today than ever. Where did we go wrong and what is the path toward healing?
Go underneath the surface to explore the prejudices and cultural bias that dark-skinned women face throughout the world.
Private McKinley Nolan vanished forty years ago in Vietnam on the Cambodia frontier. Some say he was captured, some say he was a traitor, some even say he was an American operative.
A Los Angeles newspaper reporter discovers a brilliant and distracted street musician, with unsinkable passion, and a unique friendship and bond transforms both their lives.
This stirring Oscar-nominee follows an African-American couple as they struggle to survive Hurricane Katrina and it's aftermath.
Four boys from Sudan embark on a journey to America after years of wandering Sub-Saharan Africa in search of safety.
In this gripping crime doc, Nick Broomfield uncovers the true story of who really murdered hip-hop icons Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. in the late 1990's.
Teachers in inner-city Philadelphia with exclusively poor African-American students struggle to inspire and educate their students in this Academy-Award winning film.
Before hip-hop culture took over the world it was vividly captured by New York photographer Jamel Shabazz, who’s impactful images defined not only the generation it captured, but all those that followed.
Alan and Susan Raymond's 1977 Emmy Award-winning film depicts the brutally graphic police work of a South Bronx precinct in a handheld camera style that would go on to influence film and television police dramas.