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In 1994, in Northern Ireland's small village of Loughinisland, two loyalist terrorists stormed a pub during a World Cup soccer match and shot 11 people in their backs, killing six and wounding five. A police investigation, which was perfunctory at best, led to zero arrests, leaving the case to eventually go cold. Decades later, Oscar-nominated documentarian Alex Gibney re-visits this riveting true crime tale, digging deeper into witness testimony and piecing together clues overlooked by law enforcement.


As economic disparity grows and the middle class evaporates, is guaranteed basic income such a crazy idea? Free Lunch Society takes a deep dive into the revolutionary concept that might not just be a utopian pipedream, but a necessary course of action that's gaining traction globally—including right here at home. Experts around the world factor in on this controversial debate and what it would take to make it a reality.


Scottish musician Aidan Moffat is best-known as the frontman of cult indie rock band Arab Strap, but in 2014 he went in a new direction, embarking on an ambitious and divisive solo tour to perform modern re-interpretations of his country’s oldest folk songs.


With an unprecedented level of access to the inner workings of the White House, The Final Yeartakes you behind the scenes of Barack Obama’s last 12 months in office: a time that eerily already feels like ancient history. A testament to how advocates for change can make a difference, Obama and his foreign policy team, including Secretary of State John Kerry and UN Ambassador Samantha Power, work around-the-clock to try and bring their goals for the country to fruition against a constant series of obstacles.

BOB DYLAN: TROUBLE NO MORE - This Film Should Be Played Loud

Featuring rare never-before-seen footage from Bob Dylan’s Buffalo and Toronto performances in 1980, Trouble No More hones in on the musician’s gospel period. A unique moment in his storied career, Dylan produced three albums between 1979 and ’81 (Slow Train Coming, Saved, Shot of Love) that found him exploring a new spiritual side of both himself and of music. With actor Michael Shannon reciting sermons in dramatic sequences interspersed with the tunes, Trouble No More is an unforgettable concert documentary that takes you beyond the stage with Dylan and into his frame of mind.


In this Hot Docs hit, two brothers separated at birth are reunited in a moving quest to uncover their mother's family secrets. Izak Szewelwicz was born in the Bergen-Belsen displaced persons camp in 1945 and sent for adoption in Israel. He connects with his birth mother years later, only to discover that there is even more to her story. Filmmakers Alon and Shaul Schwarz set out to find answers as Izak finally meets his brother Shep - both nearly 70 years old before taking him to visit their elderly mother, Aida, for the first time.


Travel the globe and visit some of the most gorgeous regions in the world in this ambitious exploration of our human fascination with mountains. An epic adventure scored by the renowned Australian Chamber Orchestra and narrated by Willem Dafoe, Mountain is a one-of-a-kind cinematic experience from director Jennifer Peedom (Sherpa). What compels us to conquer landscapes and to reach unfathomable heights? Mountains capture our imaginations and evoke awe like nothing else in nature.


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