David Millar wants to finish his impressive cycling career on a high note by winning the Tour de France. The camera attached to his bike stays with him through every moment of his breathtaking ride.
Daddy, Where is Mom and Grandma?
In 1996, when Itay was 11, his father Amiram Hochberg murdered his mother Shlomit and her mother Idda, and kidnapped Itay to Switzerland. The two episodes are part of a new 'True Crime' series that incorporate reenactments and interviews with key figures involved, among them Itay, who speaks of the events for the first time.
Flynn McGarry is apparently the only fifteen-year-old who slams the door behind him in order to create new and sophisticated dishes. The superstar of the New York restaurant scene is presented in a unique documentary, mostly filmed by his mother's surprisingly unbiased camera.
After years of living in a Moshav, filmmaker Shay Levi returned to his home town of Rehovot, having traded greenhouses and orchards for an elevator and a hallway. All of a sudden there are other people living on the other side of the wall—parallel worlds that are disturbingly close.
The Angels of Shakedown—a group of provocative Black stripper-dancers—were the night queens of the lesbian underground scene of Los Angeles. Leilah Weinraub’s intimate film tells the story of how this unique community discovered its true power.
Chaim Arlosoroff, a political left leader, was shot dead by two unknown assailants on the beach in Tel Aviv on June 16, 1933. Now, 85 years later, the film reveals the events that led to the fatal shot that still affects us today.
Call me Tony
Life has taught Konrad—a young Polish bodybuilder—to present a tough front. He wants to be an unforgettable star, but standing at a deciding crossroads on the cusp of manhood, he suddenly reveals himself to be a sensitive, vulnerable and lovable boy.
Hell-bent on keeping his power, President of Congo Joseph Kabila refuses to hold elections. Three young activists look for the right way to change their country. The camera follows them through the streets of Kinshasa, as the government answers the protests with severe violence.
Phoenix, 32, was born to the African Hebrew Israelite Nation in Israel. His father was expelled when he was 3, and Phoenix got his curse. Phoenix opens a new chapter, he wants to forgive his parents and live his dreams.
Over the Limit
Margarita Mamun’s punishing journey to the 2016 Rio Olympics is filled with endless training sessions—and coping with her two coaches’ merciless methods takes rare mental resilience. They are not afraid to switch from insults and humiliation to hugs and kisses and back again, all to shape her into a super-gymnast.
The King of Börek
The film follows the rise and fall of the Alkolombris - a proud family of Bulgarian bakers that immigrated to the newborn state of Israel, introducing their famous Bourekas pastry.
The personal journey of Rachel, an ultra-Orthodox film director, through marriage, divorce, matchmaking, and family life. Rachel unveils the world of ultra-Orthodox women and gives voice for the first time to their concealed inner world through the wig that covers up women's' hair.
The Ancient Woods
Four years of filming in a forest (most of them spent hiding and lying in wait) have produced a captivating, intimate depiction of the animal world, taken straight out of a fairytale. With no commentary aside from growls, screeches and chirps, this journey through the woods feels like going back in time.
French actor Éric Caravaca tries to find out what happened to the sister he never knew he had. His mother burned all the photographs, and his father's memory plays tricks on him. In an attempt to understand the need to erase and forget the past, he creates a unique film that extends beyond his personal story.
Stronger than a Bullet
Saeid Sadeghi spent 8 years photographing Iranian child soldiers during the war with Iraq. His photographs emphasized the zeal in their eyes, and are still used today to create war propaganda for martyrdom. Haunted by guilt, he goes in search of the surviving subjects of his photographs, in a film that offers a rare look at the hidden sides of Iran.
In this docu-fiction thriller, a romance between a young German man and the grandchild of a Holocaust survivor spirals out of control in the grandmother's old house.
The eccentric residents of this Turkish retirement home seem to be living on another planet, but their memories revive worlds both near and far, fusing past and present together. This gentle, human and humorous film shows lives where time has taken on a new meaning.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has signed bold verdicts that changed the social, racial and gender landscape of the United States. In a rare personal film, RBG and her fans (including her granddaughter, young people sporting tattoos of her face, and Bill Clinton) reveal the real woman behind the lace collar.