Documentary Films on The D-Word
FOR A FEW RUPEES MORE (2005)
A Film by Riyaz Ali Magray
Produced by Sanjay Tulsyan
A film on contemporary Indian art
.. a stunning tribute to anti-Nazi heroines..AT CINEQUEST March 1-13 ,,,TV Premiere PBS May 1, 2011
The Eyes of Thailand (2012)
Produced by Tim VandeSteeg
Ten years. Two souls. One amazing feat.
73 Cents (2011)
A grieving artist, a 50 foot wall, and a quest for patient rights.
The Man on Lincoln's Nose (2001)
A fast moving four-minute trip on the short journey from the open sea to the open mouth.
“Creating The Stradivarius of Organs” is a behind-the-scenes look at a remarkable instrument.
I'm a skater... I'm here to prove a point. You can survive without immersing yourself in the system.
Directed by Elka Nikolova
Portrait of Bulgarian director Binka Zhelyazkova, one of the first women directors on the Balkans
Just to Get a Rep (2007)
Directed by Peter Gerard
the definitive graffiti/hip-hop documentary
Fistful of Roses (2009)
Directed by Leo Bruges
a street rose-seller battles his dark imagination and the dangers of Edinburgh's nightlife
Trash Dance (2012)
Sometimes inspiration can be found in the most unexpected places.
"The Organistas" (2000)
“The Organistas”, a is a winner of a Directors Award at the Black Maria Festival
documentary, music, IDFA, Zeljko Mirkovic, Optimistic film, Serbia, fairy tale,
"The Noodle Man" (2000)
A light-hearted peek into the hidden world of custom made hairpieces.
Jelena's Song (2010)
This 6-part documentary introduces you to the intensely competitive world of the sport fencer
"Speaking For Myself" (2011)
A rare view of Manhattan’s creative heart - through the eyes & passions of 8 contemporary artists.