Directed By: Ronan Burke, Ishai Setton, and Rob Burke
When Jack and Jill's baby began crying incessantly, they thought it was a phase. Nine months later, they were still hoping. Sitting on a park bench, Jack can't imagine his life will ever be normal again. If only that baby didn't cry so much. If only they had a baby like everyone else's. Just as they are about to lose hope, Fate decides to lend Jack a helping hand...This fun-loving short that calls to mind Look Who's Talking is sure to go over big with anyone who went through a "phase" in their youth. | Read MoreComedy
The makers of Boys of Baraka turn their cameras on an evangelical Christian camp of rare devotion. With unprecedented access, the children and parents show how their faith dictates everything from their daily lives to politics. This fascinating doc about a rarely seen world where faith trumps everything else is sure to provoke debate. | Read MoreDocumentary
Precocious doesn't even begin to describe Henry James Hermin, a petri dish child who writes rabble-rousing manifestos on the nature of truth… at age 10. This boy-genius misfit's world turns upside down when—to the dismay of the doting single mother who raised him—he embarks on a search for his biological father. Toni Collette and Michael Sheen star alongside bright newcomers Jason Spevack and Samantha Weinstein in this charming comedy that beams with off-the-wall humor and visual flair. | Read MoreComedy
I had the world against me from day one. My mom committed suicide when I was 4 months old. But my story brightened when Beverly entered my life. Beverly was a Jamaican woman who was hired to be my nanny, but ultimately became my mom. Beverly contrasted with the rest of my family, since they were Jewish, and also because they didnâ??t recognize that she was more to me than a nanny. Mentor: Michael â??Boogieâ? Pinckney | Read MoreDocumentary
An appetizing documentary in every sense, Jiro Dreams of Sushi follows 85-year-old master sushi chef Jiro Ono, paying lushly photographed homage to the process of preparing the artisan sushi that earned Ono's esteemed Sukiyabashi Jiro restaurant three Michelin stars. From the complicated relationship between Jiro and his sons to the ins and outs of the tuna auction, this spirited film profiles all aspects of Jiro's craft in tantalizing style and detail.
Joan Rivers is the undisputed queen of American comedy, and at 76 years old, with a career spanning five decades, she shows no sign of slowing down. Following Rivers over the course of a year, A Piece of Work reveals the fascinating combination of vulnerability and irreverence behind the public figure in this endlessly entertaining, quintessential profile of an icon. | Read MoreFemale Director(s) and Documentary
Featuring never-before-seen footage, Nelson delivers a startling new look at the Peoples Temple, headed by preacher Jim Jones who, in 1978, led more than 900 members to Guyana, where he orchestrated a mass suicide via tainted punch. You may think you know the story, but Nelson uncovers fresh information that will leave you spellbound. | Read MoreDocumentary