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Jean Powe Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Jean Powe Stevens Johnson Syndrome Survivor documentary film May 6, 2017 UK Film Review ★★ Directed by Steven Laws Documentary Film Review by Phil Slatter That you may...

David Lynch: The Art Life

David Lynch: The Art Life  July 3, 2017 UK Film Review ★★★★ Directed by Jon Nguyen and Rick Barnes Starring David Lynch Documentary Film Review by Lorenzo Lombardi Audiences may know David Lynch as...

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival 2017 Announces Full Lineup

Bright Lights courtesy of HBO Documentary Films The 14th annual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival has announced the official selections of the 2017 festival, which takes place February 17-26 in Missoula,...

Trailer Watch: Borbetomagus Documentary A Pollock of Sound

Trailer Watch: Borbetomagus Documentary A Pollock of Sound Well into their fourth decade, experimental music trio Borbetomagus remain for the musically adventurous an ear-blistering and essential...

Trailer Watch: Jim Jarmusch’s The Stooges Documentary Gimme Danger

Trailer Watch: Jim Jarmusch’s The Stooges Documentary Gimme Danger “Iggy and The Stooges reinvented music as we know it,” says Danny Fields, former Stooges manager, in...

Oscars: What the Doc Shortlist Got Right and Wrong, and Which...

Oscars: What the Doc Shortlist Got Right and Wrong, and Which of the 15 Will Make the Final 5THR's awards analyst dissects the 15...

Jim Carrey Showcases Art Talents in Mini Documentary ‘I Needed C…

Even NBA star LeBron James said he was blown away and wants to talk to the actor more about his craft. Jim Carrey has always...

Notes on Bad Documentaries

Notes on Bad Documentaries (Or, Can a Documentary Be So Bad It’s Good?) by Penny Lane in Columns on Jun 19, 2017 Let’s talk about bad documentaries. I don’t mean mediocre...

The genius of John Coltrane comes to life

APRIL 13, 2017 | 10:25AM PT The genius of John Coltrane comes to life in an elegantly crafted documentary that can hook jazz novices as well as...

James Longley’s ‘Iraq in Fragments’

James Longley's 'Iraq in Fragments' BY SHARMEEN OBAID-CHINOY SHARE: As a documentary filmmaker, I see film as a powerful tool for viscerally connecting audiences with subjects, empowering the...

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