A breathtaking visual essay that asks some very weird questions about what it means to be human in our new technological age.
Ondi Timoner is the only director to ever win the Sundance Grand Jury Prize for documentary twice, first for Dig! (2004) and then again for We Live in Public (2009).
Director Shih Ho-feng revisits the Kezailiao Rock Festival, turning his lens from the music to the community action behind the scenes
Not only about one of the world’s most famous collections of modern art, but also about the sex life of a woman ahead of her time.
Is Peng Wu-chih one of the greatest unknown martial artists of all time? And is this really his last interview?
Director Stu Maddux gathers a century’s worth of intimate photos and films, asking what it was like to be gay before gay rights.
Berlin Film Festival, Winner 2015 Heiner Carow Prize. This is the story of Berlin’s wild decade, the 1980s, which started with punk and ended with the love parade.Rubble Kings tells the story of New York street gangs in the late 1960s and early 1970s, especially in the un-policeable South Bronx
Before hip hop was big business, a tiny, university radio show in New York City debuted most of the major artists and tracks that would later come out of the 1990s as some of the biggest names in show business.