Since the end of communism in Bulgaria, the country has experienced the most extreme population decline in the world. AltimirRead more.
Adi | at the Confluence
Meet the Adi people, who are challenged by increased pressure of land, water and identity as China and India vieRead more.
An Acquired Taste
As the food movement grows across America, a young generation of mindful meat-eaters rejects factory farms and turns to huntingRead more.
The story of the end of the Iron Curtain, told from the inside by the former Hungarian prime minister whoRead more.
The Amina Profile (2016 Critic's Award Winner)
An Internet whodunnit unfolds in the context of the Arab Spring in Syria.Read more.
“Art Connect” reveals the impact that art and creativity had in a group of ‘at risk’ teenagers from Laventille: theRead more.
50 Feet From Syria (2016 Audience Award Winner)
The Syrian-American surgeon who performs “intricate acts of medical necessity” undeterred by the chaos and complexity of war surrounding him.Read more.
The Yes Men Are Revolting
Legendary prankster protesters Mike Bonanno and Andy Bichlbaum chronicle their latest efforts to expose corporate greed and political malfeasance –Read more.
Waves of Childhood
For three months in 2015, a group of Syrian girls living in the Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan participated inRead more.
“Waterbabies” explores the world of synchronized swimming by way of an American teenage team; The New Canaan Aquianas. The filmRead more.
Wastecooking: Make Food, Not Waste
According to the UN FAO, one-third of all food produced around the world ends up in the garbage. With theRead more.
Visions of Cristina
This short captures visual artist Cristina Velasquez’ life in a few simple but effective scenes. Filmed in black & whiteRead more.
The Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers flow west from the wild country at the headwaters of the Continental Divide. TheseRead more.
Ron & Roland Addad are very compatible and very identical twins. Director Sami Chan walks us through a playful conversationRead more.
The Trials of Spring (2016 Jury Award Winner)
SDFF 2016 Jury Award Winner for Feature Documentary. When 21-year-old Hend Nafea travels from her village to Cairo to addRead more.
A short documentary about the prodigious talent and irrepressible spirit of a musically precocious 12-year-old blind boy who plays theRead more.
Thank You For Your Service
The U.S. military faces a mental health crisis of historic proportions. “Thank You For Your Service” seeks to reveal theRead more.
“Streetdance Family” is the story of UK under-16 street dance crew Entity’s journey to the world championship in Germany. TheRead more.
In an industry dominated by men, Heather Lawson defied expectations and stereotypes to become the first, and only, female productionRead more.
Science for the Masses
Biohacking is a small but energized movement among professional and amateur scientists alike who are taking experimentation into their ownRead more.