Canadian filmmaker Yung Chang's incisive documentary explores the tremendous environmental and social impact of China's huge Three Gorges Dam project by following two Chinese teenagers who get jobs aboard the same Yangtze River tour boat. One is the daughter of an impoverished farmer, the other is a son of China's new middle class, but both are affected by their rapidly developing nation.
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This documentary follows Robert Caro, the Pulitzer Prize winner, and his editor Robert Gottlieb. The duo has worked together for over 50 years and has embarked on the final project they will ever do together. Caro, 86, and Gottlieb, 91, team up one last time to finish "The Years of Lyndon Johnson." Directed by Lizzie Gottlieb. Bill Clinton and Conan O'Brien also make an appearance in this film featuring literary legends.
Kim Wheeler, an outspoken, firecracker lawyer, is appointed Judge of the 5th District of Nevada and is one of the few traveling judges left in America. After the reigning judge passes away under suspicious circumstances, Kim finds herself covering a circuit that stretches between Las Vegas and Reno, a rugged, often desolate area where anything and everything can happen.
At 77 years old, musician David Crosby reflects on his life journey and the twists in his path that delivered him to his ripe, old age. Documentarian A.J. Eaton delves into the life of the Byrds founding member and his influence on the folk-rock scene and sheds light on Crosby's darker side as both a criminal and drug addict as he moved on from the Byrds to form the band Crosby, Stills and Nash. As Crosby nears the end of his life, he continues to produce albums with the conviction that he still has much to contribute to the world of music.
A documentary following the life of activist and artist Nan Goldin. Rising to prominence through her photography, Nan directs her focus to the Sackler family, who made most of their money through the pharmaceutical industry. By taking a stand and encouraging high-profile museums and hospitals to refuse donations from the Sackler family, Goldin puts her art career at risk. Directed by Laura Poitras.
Documentary filmmaker Bianca Stigter uncovers a never-before-seen sixteen-millimeter film footage that offers a poignant, emotionally resonant look into life on the eve of the Second World War. In a rural Polish village, Jewish citizens go about their daily lives with joy, unaware of the horrors that will plague their people in the near future. The film essay offers a meditative commentary on the power of memory amidst tragedy.