Don’t know where to start with your Means TV subscription? Here’s what to watch right now
Brooklyn: For Real
A 4-part mockumentary series from Daniel Sole that skewers the narcissism, ignorance, and lack of self-awareness rampant among a particular subset of creative types.
These characters strive to change the world, but even more importantly, they want you to know about it.
The Short Films of Elizabeth Lo
A remarkable talent in the documentary arena, Elizabeth Lo’s moving films highlight Americas overlooked communities as they navigate increasing inequality.
Often forgotten by official institutions, Lo’s sharp eye captures subjects young and old and the often makeshift solutions they devise to issues deeply sewn into our society.
Hyperallergic’s Dan Schindel said “This series was one of the first on the site to catch my eye, and introduced me to a remarkably talented filmmaker whose work I was not previously familiar with. Lo explores a variety of subjects, from a Silicon Valley bus that becomes a mobile homeless shelter at night to Indigenous bison hunters, with a depth that belies the brevity of her films.”
Art House Politics
The Art House Politics series is an assortment of bits, sketches, cartoons and art pieces about the confusing experience of late capitalism. You don’t want to miss this avant-garde audiovisual experience
Una Historia Necesaria
This gripping series examines 16 cases of disappeared detainees and human rights violations that happened during the heinous dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet in Chile.
Directed by Hernán Caffiero
Wrinkles & Sprinkles
Wrinkles & Sprinkles is a kid-friendly animated 6-part series starring two cats who learn the value of solidarity as they realize that they can wield a lot of power if they work together. No owners, no masters!
Directed by Christine Nyland