Already accepting distribution bidders at Cannes, the feature is Haynes’ first documentary.
25 years after changing hip-hop for good, the surviving crew reflects on their legacy and errors alike.
Alex Gibney’s compelling HBO documentary offers his latest look at a failing, well-funded system.
This detailed look at the Svengali of ’90s pop condemns and inquires at the same time.
Lorena Bobbitt is reframed as the victim of an all-too-common cycle of abuse in this engrossing docuseries.
“Death Metal Grandma” Inge Ginsberg is the subject of a new documentary from the New York Times.
Jedis, hard-hitting documentaries, and even a little Disney are a cool way to kick off the hot summer.
An effective (if surface-level) rallying cry for the value of our most outspoken Supreme Court Justice.
Pair of new films document the rise of Australia’s most prominent electronic export and his record label.
Greg Barker’s documentary sees 44’s adminstration off with admiration and little criticism.
Also, check out a new version on the Starman’s “Life On Mars” video.
R40 is getting its own Shut Up And Play The Hits.