STF Spring season passes are now on sale! Buy a pass and enjoy these perks:
- 8 weekly films (March 26 – May 21) + pre-season bonus screening on March 20
- Free DVD from Docurama
- Free popcorn at every STF show
- Guaranteed seat at sold out shows
- Ability to transfer your pass to a friend
$100 for the season or $16 per film. IFC Center members save more: $80 season pass; $13/ticket
Check out full line-up below or click here to see all the trailers.
HANDS ON A HARD BODY (1997)
Newly re-mastered, this classic doc inspired the new Broadway musical about an endurance contest to win a truck.
Q&A w/ dir S.R. Bindler
NO PLACE ON EARTH (2012)
Several Ukrainian Jews survived World War II by living in caves for 18 months. Now they finally tell their story.
Q&A w/ dir Janet Tobias
Accused of supplying guns to free a prisoner in the 1970s, Angela Davis was put on trial and became a revolutionary icon.
Q&A w/ dir Shola Lynch
Tues. April 9 – SKIP WEEK
BITTER SEEDS (2012)
Villagers in India cope with the effects of genetically modified seeds, promoted by U.S. government agencies.
Q&A w/ dir Micha X. Peled
Looking at the life of photojournalist Tim Hetherington who was Oscar-nominated for Restrepo in 2011, then killed in Libya later that year.
Q&A w/ dir Sebastian Junger
STORIES WE TELL (2012)
Sarah Polley (Away From Her) explores her family’s secrets in her first documentary that was a hit at the Toronto International Film Festival.
PANDORA’S PROMISE (2013)
Director Robert Stone (Earth Days) takes a surprising look at environmentalists who are championing nuclear energy.
Q&A w/ dir Robert Stone
FOLLOW THE LEADER (2012)
Director Jonathan Goodman Levitt, a longtime member of the STF community, looks at teenagers who aspire to politics.
Q&A w/ dir Jonathan Goodman Levitt
ON THE ROPES (1999)
In this Oscar-nominated doc, directors Nanette Burstein and Brett Morgen (The Kid Stays in the Picture) follow young boxers training out of a Brooklyn gym.
Q&A w/ dir Brett Morgen & special guests