1 Way Up in 3D
Sports action documentary about two teen boy who find BMX racing as an escape from the gang infested streets of South London.
The Abominable Crime
Exposing the roots of homophobia in Jamaican society, The Abominable Crime tells the story of a mother’s love for her child and an activist’s love for his country.
THE ACCIDENT is a black comedy about golf bags, birds, and the meaning of true love.
New York City street photographer Ari Seth Cohen captures portraits of older women—aged 62 to 95—who exhibit a strong sense of fashion on widely varying budgets.
Before Arthur Ashe or Venus and Serena Williams, Althea Gibson was the first black tennis player to win Grand Slam tournaments in the 1950s. MFF is proud to present this nearly finished documentary that tells Gibson’s complex story, including the final decades she lived in Essex County.
Joe Brewster and Michèle Stephenson documented their son and his friend, both from middle-class black families, as they traverse Manhattan schools over 12 years.
Art and Craft
Exploring the 30-year “career” and present-day exploits of a gifted fine-art forger, ART AND CRAFT uncovers one of the most intriguing cases of deception in art history.
BEING GEORGE goes behind the scenes in the cutthroat world of historical reenactment as four men vie to portray Washington at the annual reenactment of his historic crossing of the Delaware River on Christmas Day.