Explore the BZN 2021 picks for Documentary Feature, celebrating women in film, environmental stewardship, & embodying the BZN spirit. Passes on sale now!

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Anchor Point

Women have been a force in wildland firefighting since 1942. Still, they remain outnumbered 10-to-1 on the fire lines and do double-duty battling both the infernos that scorch public lands and the smoldering embers of discrimination, misogyny and sexual harrassment that continue to supress [...]


Devika, a model claims that she was sedated and raped during a film's audition. At the same time a model coordinater Naresh, a friend of Devika, comes forward and claims that he was with her that day and both of them had sex with each other's consent and it wasn't a rape. The situation is again [...]

Dusty Giant

Rose is committed to ensure Pedro a better future than a life confined between the dirty streets of the neighborhood and the asphalt of the city, when an unexpected event will make her connect with her son's daily adventures.

Growing Solutions

This film looks at real-life solutions to challenges plaguing farmers, such as water scarcity, soil degradation and the ravages of climate change. The flip side of that coin is a regenerative agriculture that means farmers can rebuild degraded natural resources and be more resilient in the face [...]

Killing the Shepherd

A remote community in Africa, led by a woman chief, attempts to break the stranglehold of absolute poverty by waging a war on wildlife poaching. For decades illegal wildlife poaching by both subsistence and bush meat gangs has led to the government declaring this community’s homeland “depleted” [...]

Mango House

Mango House is a film about the largest shared space for refugees in the greater West and the risk-taker behind it all. The film lends insight into the refugee experience through a heightened level of intimacy and access, and exposes levels of racism, and injustice, in areas ranging from access [...]

Mr. Emancipation The Walter Perry Story

Mr. Emancipation is the story of Walter L. Perry's determination to put on a celebration that would transcend divisions of race and class, in spite of racism. He staged an Emancipation Day festival that was where everyone wanted to be like  Jesse Owens, Dr. William Borders, Joe Louis, Dr. [...]

No Tomorrow

NO TOMORROW is a film that was written, directed, shot, edited and stars Ben Tedesco. The story begins with Ben attempting to prove that he has found himself stuck in a time-loop amidst the global pandemic. He begins by documenting the banality of this recurring day on his iPhone until one [...]

Reclaim Idaho

With the lives of 62,000+ uninsured Idahoans at stake, a tiny grassroots team led by a married couple with a newborn and almost no political experience hit the road in a busted 1977 RV to campaign for Medicaid expansion. Somehow, it looks like they might even win.

S’ids Lake

Sid, a scared-up boy from birth, accidentally kills a girl in his sleep. He first invents an alter-ego to cope with his misfortune accident. But once his father, his bully, and his teacher start to suspect he is guilty, Sid travels inside his brain to look for answers. There, he meets a hand [...]

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