Candid, thought-provoking feature-length documentaries examining social issues, diverse cultures and influential people compete for an audience-voted $10,000 cash achievement award.

Eliades Ochoa: From Cuba to the World

He became known the world over in the late 90s as an original member of legendary Cuban band Buena Vista Social Club, but Eliades Ochoa’s passion for his country’s musical heritage led him to pursue a life dedicated to music much earlier than that.

Magic City Hustle

Magic City Hustle follows several former players for the Miami Hurricanes who get an unexpected chance to turn pro — but not playing football.

What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael

In this documentary, we take a peek into not only 20th century movie culture through Pauline Kael’s writing, but are also shown her life through the movies she wrote about so passionately.

The Silence of Others

The Silence of Others reveals the ongoing struggle of victims of Spain’s 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, who wielded gargantuan power and influence over all areas of Spanish society from 1935-1975.

Los Reyes

Fútbol and Chola, two stray dogs, have established their reign in the popular Plaza de los Reyes in Santiago de Chile, where they spend their days surrounded by the lively Chilean youth.

I Used to be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story

A funny and touching coming-of-age doc about four women from three different generations that all share one thing in common: Their lives have been forever changed by their all-consuming love of boybands.

The Biggest Little Farm

Filmmaker John Chester and his wife, Molly, a culinary writer, trade city life to start their own farm on a stretch of depleted soil outside Los Angeles.

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