Pastors encourage an impoverished Kentucky community to donate to Israel in anticipation of Jesus's return. This story of faith, money and power exposes the controversial bond between Evangelicals and Jews, revealing how Trump’s America is led by an End Times countdown.
As a young soldier, the director documented his unit taking over Palestinian homes, locking families in a room and turning the houses into military posts. Now, 18 years later, he confronts his past and returns to where it all began.
An Israeli filmmaker meets with leading activist artists in Belfast to learn about the struggles of a society still grappling with its bloody history, and the importance of art in fostering peace and social cohesion.
A female-driven, grassroots protest movement takes on the military establishment and challenges the patriarchal society of Israel to stop a bloody war that has been raging for years.
For decades Lebanon has been the epicenter of international unrest. Ongoing bloody wars have plagued the country from the mid-1970s and until today, disastrous decisions having shaped the destiny of millions. We will be screening the first two episodes.
The fates of a young criminal, a Jewish engineer, a German music teacher and a Jewish woman who has an affair with a Nazi intersect when a bullet is fired into a queue of people waiting to see a film.
Ryun-hee Kim found herself in South Korea by accident. Despite her pleas, the authorities refuse to allow her to return to North Korea. Desperate to be reunited with her family, she tries to go back any way she can, but the seemingly more liberal of the two Koreas refuses to let her go.
Rare, carefully reconstructed archive footage gathered from hundreds of sources captures the bizarre happenings that surrounded the death and state funeral of Joseph Stalin. Director Sergey Loznitsa (Austerlitz) stitches these details together into a horrifyingly clear image of life in the Soviet Union.
Lynne Sachs never met Revital Ohayon, an Israeli filmmaker murdered by a terrorist along with her children. Driven by a news article and working from a great distance, Sachs pieces together the portrait of a woman who was much like her—but lived in a starkly different reality.
Giant graffiti-covered concrete slabs, once part of the Berlin Wall, now stand at 75 sites throughout the United States, including a hotel in Dallas, a casino in Las Vegas, and a church in Arkansas. How did they get there? And why are the Americans so fond of these monuments, when they are busy building a wall of their own?
Every time Trump issues another regulation that discriminates against LGBTQ people, prohibits abortions, or orders the imprisonment of immigrant babies, the legal team of the American Civil Liberties Union gears up for battle. The filmmakers who directed Weiner present four fierce court battles in the war for US democracy. Nominated to the Beyond the Screen Award
A young filmmaker follows a 94-year-old Soviet war heroine who fought in the Siege of Leningrad. During filming, the two become involved in a spiritual process that awakens the young woman within her. A film about war and loss becomes a story of love and friendship.