78/52 spends 91- minutes examining the significance of the infamous shower scene in the classic Alfred Hitchcock thriller, Psycho.
Every day, most of us engage in an uneasy truce with capitalism’s greedy forces. We understand that businesses want to bleed our bank accounts dry, and...
Two films explore the impact of death in fascinatingly divergent ways.
In Anna Zamecka's portrait, a 14-year-old girl holds the world on her shoulders.
Even at 360-minutes long, Long Strange Trip breezes by like gentle notes in a Jerry Garcia ballad.
Some people can watch a magician’s act content to sit back and marvel, but if you’re like me, you can’t enjoy the show until you figure...
Pecking Order captures the poultry pageant's competitors in all their comedic glory without making them the butt of a joke.
If you appreciate all things nerdy, political, and peculiar then Sordid Cinema has some great Hot Docs selections for you.