Mary and the Witch's Flower
After she finds a flower that grants temporary magical powers, Mary must overcome an evil plot at a college of witchcraft above the clouds.
Deaf Short Films Program
A collection of short films made by and/or starring Deaf artists, exploring the spectrum of communication and expression.
This Business of Autism
A documentary following businesses across the United States that are employing adults with autism spectrum disorders.
When scientists discover how to shrink humans to five inches tall as a solution to overpopulation, Paul and Audrey decide to abandon their stressed lives, get small, and move to a luxurious new downsized community—a choice that triggers life-changing adventures.
Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution
Filmmaker James Redford embarks on a personal journey across the US to meet pioneers of clean energy technology, finding them in some very unlikely places.
Did she or didn't she? Global scandal engulfs top figure skater Tonya Harding after her ex-husband orchestrates a hapless attack on her rival, Nancy Kerrigan, six weeks before the Olympics—perhaps with Harding's blessing.
Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story
This documentary reveals the Hedy Lamarr hidden behind the famously beautiful Hollywood star's glamorous image: a technological trailblazer whose inventions form the basis of modern WiFi, GPS, and Bluetooth systems.
Over the Limit
Russian rhythmic gymnast Margarita Mamun struggles to withstand her grueling regimen and the harsh verbal treatment of her coaches as she prepares for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Far From the Tree
Families of children who have Down syndrome, dwarfism, autism, or other "abnormalities" share intimate stories of their journeys toward acceptance for their one-of-a-kind kids.
Jane Goodall, a young and untrained woman, challenges male-dominated scientific consensus with her chimpanzee research and revolutionizes people's understanding of the natural world.
Across walls, fences, and alleys, rats not only expose our boundaries of separation but make homes in them. Filmmaker Theo Anthony looks at the rat—and the people who love them or kill them—to explore the history of classism and racism in Baltimore.
Wasted! The Story of Food Waste
Every year, one third of all food grown for human consumption is thrown away. Wasted! explores the reasons for this waste and look for ways to fix the problem.
A River's Last Chance
A story of salmon, timber, weed, and wine along California's Eel River.
A journey from the halls of Cambridge to Seoul, where a legendary Go master faces an unproven AI challenger.
This in-depth look into the powerhouse industries of big-game hunting, breeding, and wildlife conservation in the U.S. and Africa unravels the complex consequences of treating animals as commodities.
Divers, photographers, and scientists set out on an ocean adventure to discover why coral reefs are disappearing and to reveal the underwater mystery to the world.
Look and See
In poetry and prose, Wendell Berry documents the difficult choices made by fellow farmers in Henry County, Kentucky, and how modernity dramatically reshapes their relationship with the land.
This documentary brings Hollywood's premier composers together to give viewers a look inside the musical challenges and creative secrecy of the world's most international music genre: the film score.
Dawson City: Frozen Time
An exploration of a massive cache of rare silent films unearthed by a bulldozer in 1978 from the permafrost beneath a busted Gold Rush boom town.
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
In 1951, the unauthorized and uncompensated harvesting of cancerous cells from Henrietta Lacks led to breakthroughs that changed the face of medicine forever. Fifty years later, her daughter and a journalist set out to discover more about the African-American woman whose silent contribution changed the world.
As mankind is threatened by the collapse of the planet’s ecosystems, a team of young French people explore the world in search of solutions to our most pressing social, economic and environmental issues.
After fighting to adjust to life as a quadruple amputee, Will Lautzenheiser must decide whether to risk it all on an experimental surgery that could give him new arms.
Love Lives of Sea Creatures: Films by Jean Painlevé, Isabella Rossellini, and Roberto Rossellini
The reproductive behavior of sea creatures is central to these lyrical and wondrous films by Jean Painlevé, Isabella Rossellini, and Roberto Rossellini.
Bill Nye: Science Guy
Television personality Bill Nye attempts to restore science to its rightful place in a world that is hostile to evidence and reason.