A chronicle of a young blind women, diagnosed on the autism spectrum, experiencing life on her own.
Aaron Brookner, who was very young when his uncle, director Howard Brookner, died, has restored his uncle’s films, and in the process has made this documentary tribute.
June 1964, two quests in the Mississippi Delta, both with lasting impact.
A compelling documentary that shines a light on tensions on the island of Hispaniola.
A terrorist? A martyr? Hear his own words.
A rousing call to arms for anyone interested in honest, issues-based journalism, this documentary could not be timelier.
The fraught relationship between the residents of Appalachia and the coal in their ground.
A gut-wrenching depiction of one man’s gradual loss of sight and a visceral immersion.
There’s room for space at this year’s Doc NYC, with two nonfiction films featuring NASA.