• Rewind This!

    Josh Johnson unleashes an army of producers, actors, directors, avid collectors and video rental store owners, who let their nostalgia for the VHS years run wild, rewinding the tape all the way back to the dawn of the historical format, its merciless battle with its sworn enemy, the Beta tape, and its technologically prescribed death.

  • Long Distance Revolutionary: A Journey with Mumia Abu-Jamal

    In 1981, Mumia Abu Jamal was charged with murdering a police officer and sentenced to death. He awaited execution in his cell for 30 years, becoming in the process "perhaps the world's best known death-row inmate" according to the New York Times.

  • I Am Divine

    She left an indelible mark on celluloid with shocking appearances on films like ?Pink Flamingos? and ?Female Troubles?, while her larger-than-life persona challenged every perception of gender, beauty and sexual identity. Yet before she was established as a timeless gay icon, Divine (aka Harris Glen Milstead) was an obese boy from Baltimore, who fell victim to relentless bullying by his schoolmates.

  • Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia

    Ingenious, headstrong and an excellent conversationalist, Gore Vidal embodied the voice of American consciousness, rebelling against the establishment.

  • Blackfish

    "We need the Sheriff's Office to respond for a dead person at SeaWorld. Uh... a whale has eaten one of the trainers".

  • Voices from the Greek Underground

    Αn idiosyncratic movie pastiche made up of testimonies on the Greek underground scene of the 60s and 70s, the psychedelic influence on visual arts and film and the avant-garde fusion of beat and surrealism in poetry.

  • Looking for the Locrians

    Yannis, Christos and Lucas, three distinctive personalities between the ages of 40 and 60, are roommates in a controlled housing until in Amfissa, a city with a rich historical past that reaches all the way back to the very first Hellenes, the Locrians.

  • Boxer

    "Boxer" follows the transition of a veteran athlete, Yorgos Ioannidis, into his new role as coach at the Aristoteleion Boxing Club. The film reveals the unseen side of boxing, humanizing a sport that's has little to do with its popular conception.

  • 12 O'Clock Boys

    A coming-of-age story in a modern metropolitan reality, which depicts the end of innocence as honestly and as humanly as possible.