Comic strips. Ancient paintings. Contemporary filmmaking. As these films prove, good art comes in all shapes, sizes, and forms — and has the power to change history.
Dokra Keu Bojhey Na
An animated documentary exploring the ancient art of Dokra.
Into the Light
A philosophy student explores the limits of human perception through the art of documentary.
It's Not up to Us
Legendary visual artist Nancy Burson sparks a technological revolution by using computer morphing techniques to blend art and science.
A Spanish painter reinterprets classical works into impressively lifelike works.
Tells the story of a supportive, resilient group of children who play and draw and make movies to avoid thinking about the war.
Revolution of Joy
Delves into historic Selma, Alabama's troubled past during the civil rights movement and the city's efforts to use art to unify communities torn apart by racism.
Student of the Game
Through the power of art, two women begin to address their shared sense of trauma only a fellow survivor can understand.
The Grotto of Death
Profiles Julio Camarena Pérez, one of the most prominent figures in Mexico's comic book boom of the 1970s.