Using the same dramatic elements as narrative films, documentaries inform us about the world in which we live.
Amy Film Review
Flamboyant, brash, uncompromising, and vulnerable, singer Amy Winehouse was a brilliant talent with unlimited potential. Asif Kapadia's film, "Amy", depicts her meteoric rise to fame and her tragic struggle with addiction.
Life Itself Film Review
"Life Itself" is a candid, poignant and inspiring documentary about film critic Roger Ebert. Ebert lost his lower jaw to cancer and was unable to eat or speak as a result. He never stopped writing, however, about the subjects he loved; film and life itself.
Magician Film Review
2015 is the one hundred year anniversary of Orson Welles's birth. Chuck Workman celebrates the achievements of one of America's most gifted filmmakers in the documentary "Magician: The Astonishing Life & Work of Orson Welles".
Mary Pickford - The Muse of the Movies Film Review
Mary Pickford was one of the most influential film stars of the silent era. She was a successful actress, producer and writer. "Mary Pickford - The Muse of the Movies" reintroduces her to a modern audience.
Side By Side Film Review
Digital technology has revolutionized the production and exhibition of movies. Keanu Reeves discusses the pros and cons of digital with directors, cinematographers and actors in this informative documentary. Will film survive in the 21st century?
Weiner Film Review
Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, "Weiner" documents the former congressman's attempt to overcome a sexting scandal and redeem himself by running for mayor of New York City.
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Michael Moore looks for solutions, rather than problems, in his latest documentary "Where to Invade Next". Moore travels to Europe to discover alternative ways of attaining and maintaining the American Dream.
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