Virtual Cinema - Free Lunch Society

May 15 - Jun 11

Presented by Pizza Hut, this globe-trotting documentary looks at the surprising history of a concept that, to some, seems like an idealistic fantasy: "What would you do if your income were taken care of?" Inspired by Star Trek's utopian vision of a future without need, Austrian Director Christian Tod finds the concept of unconditional basic income to be more reality than science fiction. Are we ready for a free lunch society?

Virtual Cinema - All the Wild Horses

May 15 - Jun 11

Presented by High Moon Equine & Canine Sports Therapy, this adventure documentary about the Mongol Derby takes viewers on a wild ride, from a dramatic start with casualties medivaced off the field to an unexpected, nail-biting finish. Spanning a network of 28 horse stations across 1000 km of Mongolian wilderness over 8 days, Director Ivo Marloh rode the complete race twice in order to film the action first-hand and to find out what compels riders to face such arduous risks on the backs of wild horses in one of the last true wildernesses on Earth.

Virtual Cinema - Ballet Now

May 8 - Jun 4

Presented by Beauchamp Photography, “Ballet Now” is an inspiring documentary that follows New York City Ballet's Principal Dancer Tiler Beck as she creates a one-of-a-kind dance extravaganza for The Music Center's famed BalletNOW program. With only a few days of rehearsal, the success of the performances rests squarely on her shoulders. Will she pull it off?

Virtual Cinema - Beyond Moving

May 8 - Jun 4

Presented by PRIMAA, this uplifting documentary follows rising ballet star Siphe (Siphesihle) November on his remarkable journey from his small township in South Africa, where he was discovered as a young boy dancing with his brothers, to his move at age eleven to train at Canada's National Ballet School. As he visits his childhood home after graduating, he reflects on where he came from and what lies ahead as he enters the world of professional ballet.

Virtual Cinema - Chef Flynn

May 29 - Jun 18

Presented by MR MIKES SteakhouseCasual, this remarkable documentary portrays a young man's singular focus and unique path through childhood as Flynn McGarry establishes his own supper club at age 12 and is featured in a New York Times Magazine cover story at age 15. By the time he graduates from high school and moves to New York City at age 16, he has staged in top restaurants in Los Angeles, New York, and Europe. Can he make it on his own in New York?

Virtual Cinema - The Booksellers

May 1 - Jun 4

Presented by Grant Berg Gallery, "The Booksellers" is a captivating documentary about the New York rare book world and the fascinating people who inhabit it. Featuring interviews with some of the most important dealers in the business, as well as prominent collectors, auctioneers, and writers, it is both a loving celebration of book culture and a serious exploration of the future of the book.

Virtual Cinema - This Is Not a Movie

May 1 - Jun 4

Presented by CW Xteriors, “This Is Not a Movie” profiles the groundbreaking reporting of legendary foreign correspondent and author Robert Fisk from acclaimed Canadian documentarian Yung Chang.