Here's a couple excellent findings that really surprised me for their quality
Moon (Science Fiction)
You really have to watch this British movie. You'll be surprised that there's still someone who sees in science fiction more than glorified action movies with gadgets and wants to keep Hard Science Fiction alive. So much that NASA screened the movie.
Sam Rockwell solo performance is excellent in this movie about solitude and the terrifying and emotional destructive realization of learning there's no going home.
Rembrant's J'Accuse (Documentary)
This Peter Greenway's description of one of Rembrant's most famous painting, Nightwach, is a tour the force. In the shape of a documentary-film, the analysis he does of this painting will almost certainly enthrall you. He will show you how this seemingly innocuous painting can hide a story of conspiracy, murder and Rembrant's accusation of the criminals -- everything before your eyes.
It's also a guide through the 17th century Dutch history. A time when it experienced an unmatched rise among Europe's social and financial elite. And like everywhere else, it also hid vice, corruption and degradation of values.
You'll learn one strong hypothesis about Nightwatch many still unsolved mysteries (a painting that baffles specialists to this day), while gaining a history lesson and a profound knowledge about this particular painting. See this.