Set in San Francisco starting in 1964, the documentary Carol Doda Topless at The Condor, chronicles Carol Doda, the first dancer in the nation to perform topless.
Cleveland International Film Festival will showcase the documentary Shari & Lamb Chop as the festival’s Centerpiece Screening.
The documentary The Lie: The Murder of Grace Millane examines the headline-grabbing murder of 21-year-old British tourist in Auckland, New Zealand in 2018.
HBO Documentary ‘A Revolution on Canvas’ Investigates Lost Paintings by Iranian Artist Nickzad Nodjoumi | Trailer
Filmmaker Sara Nodjoumi and her husband Till Schauder dive into the mystery surrounding the disappearance of paintings by Sara’s father, Iranian artist Nickzad Nodjoumi, in the documentary A Revolution on Canvas.
When their mother sends them on an errand, three mischievous children end up on a fairy tale adventure in Weston Razooli’s whimsical neo-fairytale film Riddle Of Fire.
Simon Baker stars as a jaded police detective investigating the cold case murder of an Indigenous girl in the Australian independent film Limbo.
As William Shatner celebrates his 93rd birthday, Legion M will release You Can Call Me Bill, a documentary portrait of Shatner’s 70+ year career across film, television, and the arts.
American Symphony won the Award for Outstanding Producer of Documentary Motion Pictures at the 35th Producers Guild Awards.
Celine Song’s Past Lives, The Holdovers’ Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Dominic Sessa Win at 39th Spirit Awards | Complete List of Winners
Past Lives won the top film award of Best Feature along with Best Director for Celine Song at the 2024 Film Independent Spirit Awards.
Justina Machado stars in the The Throwback, indie comedy film as a mother suffering from PTSD, causing her to regress to her college-student, party-going persona.
Christspiracy: The Spirituality Secret Documentary Exposing Animal Cruelty in Religion Sets Release Date | Trailer
AUM Films will release Christspiracy: The Spirituality Secret, the documentary that exposes animal cruelty in the name of religion.
Da’Vine Joy Randolph was honored for her performance in The Holdovers with the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role at the 30th Screen Actors Guild Awards.