Part Civil War documentary, part expose of the end of a relationship, Sherman’s March is Ross McElwee’s ode to love and life in the 1980s.
What do we really think of democracy? We’re all supposed to be citizens – but what does it mean to be a citizen? Please Vote For Me answers these questions briskly and hilariously, through the medium of an election staged in a Chinese classroom in which 9 year olds strive to turn themselves into politicians to get elected to the post of Class Monitor -Nick Fraser.
Fourteen Days in May is the seminal documentary which examines the voices, roles, and truth behind capital punishment in America through the case of Edward Earl Johnson.