Istanbul as either a cat lover’s paradise or a cat hater’s hell.
Amber Fares’s documentary follows the Middle East’s first all-female car racing team as its members win races, feud among themselves, and cope with narrow provincial life.
A movie about passion and perseverance—with strings attached—and winner of the Documentary Feature Grand Jury Prize at the Slamdance Film Festival.
Telling a story both tragic and unusual, the documentary successfully persuades viewers to empathize with a man mocked with glee by the local tabloids.
A thorough look at O.J. Simpson the man rather than the defendant, and what emerges isn’t an over-the-top chronicle of the so-called trial of the century but the trajectory of a seminal American figure.
As an example of using art to bring the past to life as a way of honoring and understanding it, Tower is one of the year’s most unique and powerful films.
Raoul Peck’s documentary passionately reintroduces and reinterprets James Baldwin for a new generation.
The man behind some of the most iconic photographs ever taken.
A film about basketball, a nation’s coming of age, and the intertwining of both.