The work of a conceptual artist, who stages the metamorphosis of his organs, attracts the attention of a mysterious group of activists.
Portraits of burlesque dancers who have shone on the stages of Las Vegas for more than fifty years.
During a harsh winter, in an isolated cottage, the trials of a young woman with her two new stepchildren, who hold her responsible for their mother’s suicide.
Through the creative and philosophical journey of three “Steamers”, the film delves into an international artistic community, inspired by science fiction and the Industrial Revolution.
When the Taliban put a price on his head, Afghan filmmaker Hassan Fazili fleas with his family and tries desperately to reach Europe.
In New England at the end of the 19th century, tensions mount between two lighthouse keepers on an inhospitable island cut off from the rest of the world.
A pianist suffering from bipolar disorder undergoes treatment in the hope of seeing her two young daughters again, who are in the care of their father.
A writer, who has published a first novel under the identity of a young transgender man, convinces her boyfriend’s sister to step in as this fictional author for the press.
Two Argentinean cousins, who suffered male violence as children, break their vows of silence to encourage victims of such abuse to denounce their aggressors.
The tribulations of an aspiring writer and the dysfunctional members of her Jamaican family in Brooklyn.
The atypical journey of an 11-year-old weightlifter from the orthodox Jewish community.
In the summer of 1984 in Oregon, four teenagers investigate their neighbour, whom they suspect of being a serial killer.
In 2015, the trial of 94-year-old Oskar Gröning, nicknamed the “Accountant of Auschwitz,” reignites the debate on if and how to punish Nazi war criminals.
From 2011 to 2016, the Mouvement des Insoumis took an identity-based tangent manifested by the fear of the Islamization of Quebec.
The history of the Innu Nikamu music festival in Maliotenam, an artistic event that played a crucial role in the preservation of Indigenous culture.
Playwright David Hare travels to the Middle East to explore the human, social, and political impact of the construction of the massive wall separating Israel and Palestine.
In search of a clean, renewable energy source, international scientists attempt to create an artificial sun on Earth using an experimental nuclear reactor.
In India, at a school dedicated to the education of lower-caste children, the very first cohort of graduates is preparing to take university entrance exams.
Portrait of three Chinese elders who were exploited as sex slaves by the Imperial Japanese Army during the Sino-Japanese War.
Set in mid-1970s Nova Scotia, this is the story of two teenage runaways who attempt to hitchhike to Sydney, where one of them has a bohemian mother.
An unemployed party girl journalist discovers that she is remotely controlling a giant monster that is ravaging the city of Seoul.
Living on Cape Breton Island, a couple of young addicts try to get clean with a methadone treatment.
The film follows several independant journalists inspired by I. F. Stone, who is known for capability to expose stories the mainstream corporate news media were ignoring.
In Toronto, a son of Russian immigrants is tasked with caring for his new cousin-in-law, a rambunctious teenager who doesn