Check out our video highlights from MFF's fab Filmmaker Party!
What is Cinema is Chuck Workman’s visual ode to the films and filmmakers he loves.
Luis Ortiz is the stunningly accurate Obama impersonator and subject of Ryan Murdock’s amazing first doc, Bronx Obama
The film explores unconscious prejudice and the struggles of raising a child of color in a supposedly “post-racial” America.
Ten years in the making, Through A Lens Darkly was clearly worth the wait.
A premier on-line series of short documentaries presented by The New York Times.
This is one of those films that make those on the seemingly endless quest to reach their goal question their beliefs and values.
Student loan debt has now surpassed credit card debt in the US, yet hordes of students continue to take on loans.
This doc film is a roller coaster ride which, if not entirely true would be hard to believe.
This film brilliantly captures the journey of Wexler’s 3 teen subjects and Wexler’s own adult struggle with her Orthodox upbringing.
This film emphasizes life, and the choice to seize opportunities at any age.
For George, it’s important to be more than a one-hit wonder.