Written and directed by investigative journalist Dinesh D'Souza, the documentary examines systematic voter fraud taking place during the 2020 presidential election in the United States. Researchers use geotracking and video evidence to demonstrate how the voting process was manipulated by the Democratic Party to alter the election's final outcome.
Hockeyland, directed by Tommy Haines, documents Northern Minnesota pond hockey and its importance to the communities. There is a specific focus on two rival teams, both known for producing greats. The film covers all the trials of the players - injuries, family health issues, and troubles that have nothing to do with the game. On top of these, there is the pressured expectation that the best players should be good enough to be National Hockey League bound.
The musical documentary, co-directed by Don Argott and Demian Fenton, covers the entire career of heavy metal icon Ronnie James Dio. From his early beginnings in the 1950s as a doo-wop singer to his rise as a sought-after front man for the likes of Black Sabbath and Rainbow, culminating in going solo, every aspect of Dio's career is covered. The retrospective includes interviews with family, friends, colleagues, band members, and peers and is the only estate-authorized documentary to cover Dio's entire career.
The incredible story of the creation and rise of legendary rock 'n' roll band Queen. As lead singer Freddie Mercury begins to indulge in a hedonistic and damagingly wild lifestyle, the band soon begins to face an existential crisis and must find a way to stay together before it's too late.
Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg embarks on an experimental, unorthodox cinematic journey, a project he spent nearly forty years developing. Through candid, intimate conversations with ordinary individuals to thought-provoking meditations from some of the world's leading philosophical minds, the narrative tackles the epidemic of disconnection and offers a sense of hope to those seeking to live a full, meaningful life. The documentary features perspectives from Deepak Chopra, Michael Beckwith, and Norman Lear.
Directors Abigail Disney and Kathleen Hughes helm a documentary that tries to dissect the current economic situation of Disneyland employees, and the irony is not lost on Disney, a direct descendant of Walt Disney. They interview several employees and investigate how many of them can't afford even the bare necessities of life, so to speak, while working in a place that tags itself as the happiest place on earth. Problems like homelessness, no access to healthcare, and low wages are some of the issues the employees face.