New Film Releases
FEATURED NEW RELEASES:
And Now, Love
86 Min. | Public Performance Rights: starting at $299
Genre: Documentary, Psychology, Women's Studies, Holocaust Studies
Synopsis: A highly decorated Jewish WWII veteran, Bernard Bail was captured by the Nazis and saved by the secret love of his German nurse. He became a doctor and psychoanalyst who continued where Freud stopped, pioneering the “mother’s imprint,” a theory that advocates for the equality of women and strikes at the root of all mental illness.
To Which We Belong
89 Min. | Public Performance Rights: starting at $299
Genre: Documentary, Environmental Studies, Regenerative Agriculture, Sustainability
Synopsis: To Which We Belong is a documentary that highlights farmers and ranchers leaving behind conventional practices that are no longer profitable or sustainable. These unsung heroes are improving the health of our soil and sea to save their livelihoods -- and our planet.
Analog Love: The Art Of The Mixtape
85 Min. | Public Performance Rights: starting at $299
Genres: Documentary, Music, Romance
Synopsis: Do you remember the long lost era of sharing your feelings with someone through a "mix tape?" Analog Love is an analysis of why this ritual of communication through music still continues to be so important. With the insights of Henry Rollins, Money Mark (Beastie Boys), Kim Shattuck (The Muffs), Jennifer Finch (L7), Jimmy Urine (Mindless Self Indulgence), Chantal Claret, Jude "Rude Jude" Angelini, Zernell Gillie (Grimy!), Mona Lisa Murray, Christian James Hand (The Session) and many more, we'll get to the bottom of the long lost art of the mix tape.
My Father's Brothers
73 Min. | Public Performance Rights: starting at $299
Genres: Documentary, Vietnam War, American History
Synopsis: June 29, 1966. During a routine patrol in the jungles of Vietnam, a platoon of US soldiers stumbles upon a much larger enemy force. Outnumbered nearly 10-to-1, the platoon is savagely attacked. The triple-canopy jungle is dense and muddy, impeding the possibility for rescue.
This film is a journey to understand what the survivors went through in 1966 and continue to go through today because of it. Some volunteered for the army as teenagers. Others were drafted. Some went back to Vietnam years later in hopes of finding closure and peace.
Kingdom Of Archers
87 Min. | Public Performance Rights: starting at $299
Genres: Documentary, History, Culture, Archery, Sports
Synopsis: Archery in Bhutan is a rich part of the cultural fabric. Traditional archery matches are community-wide events involving song, dance, food, and drink. However, both internal and external forces have begun to change the face of the game. For one, imported high-tech equipment has replaced traditional bamboo bows and arrows.
Kingdom of Archers explores the way a unique cultural tradition in the tiny mountain kingdom of Bhutan is rapidly evolving -- for better or for worse.
Since I Been Down
105 Min. | Public Performance Rights: starting at $325
Genres: Documentary, Criminal Justice, Sociology, African-American Studies
Synopsis: Influenced by the national drug war frenzy and the fear-based culture of punishment in the 1980s-90s, Tacoma, Washington sacrificed its most-vulnerable children to a life behind bars. Those children, now adults, cannot be silenced as they advocate for transformative and restorative justice from behind bars, seeking to prevent future generations of black and brown boys from the same fate.
NEW DOCUMENTARY FILM RELEASES:
A Mind Like Still Water
Mindy and Linda arrive at Happy Dog Ranch to attend the clinic of world renowned horsemen Jim Masterson and Mark Rashid. Although they anticipate a few days of simple tips and tricks to connect better with their horses, the participants quickly realize this isn't an average workshop and that their horses aren’t the ones who need to change.