Vision Nocturna/Night Shot

Eight years after being raped on a beach near Santiago, a young filmmaker arms a kaleidoscope with dozens of video diaries, showing the wounds of the abuse, the re-victimizing legal proceedings, and the friendship that accompanies it. In a voyage from which the question arises. What is a rape, really, and when does it end? Available Online: Friday, December 11th – Thursday, November 17thDirector: Carolina Moscoso Film Details: 2019, 80 minutes, color, sound, Spanish with English subtitles Pre-Order Tickets | Facebook Event Director Carolina Moscoso will attend a live, virtual Q&A with the DocYard’s Curator,...

Unapologetic

Co-presented with the Roxbury International Film Festival: After two Black Chicagoans are killed, millennial organizers challenge an administration complicit in state violence against its residents. Told through the lens of Janaé and Bella, two fierce abolitionist leaders, Unapologetic...

Feed/The Rifleman

Using intercepted satellite footage from official broadcasts including footage of unsuspecting 1992 presidential hopefuls, this film presents American politics in a fascinating, unfiltered form. Available Online: Monday, October 26th – Saturday, October 31Director: Kevin...

Collective

This masterpiece features an explosive, uncompromising investigation into a medical fraud scandal following the Colectiv nightclub fire in Bucharest. Available Online: Tuesday, October 13 – Thursday, October 15, Geoblocked to the U.S. Director: Alexander NanauFilm...

The Viewing Booth

Co-presented with the Boston Jewish Film Festival: The Viewing Booth explores a space ostensibly off-limits to cinema — the internal experience of a viewer. Unique in its form and structure, the film turns its camera away from the world and towards Maia’s eyes — allowing us to...