“In Search of Tomorrow: The Definitve ’80s Sci-Fi Documentary” is the latest proof that director David A. Weiner is THE man to document the genre films of the 1980s. Weiner’s first two documentaries “In Search of Darkness” parts 1&2 (with
Sundance Film Festival 2022: Documentary Wrap-Up As the 2022 Sundance Film Festival year’s festival has come to an end, there are still some films that must be afforded the spotlight. This year was a great year for documentaries. W. Kamau
Documentaries never get enough love. Their releases are marginalized causing fewer people to see them. Even the best-reviewed docs sometimes struggle to find their place amongst the studio films. Occasionally a filmmaker will come along who breaks the mold and
Julia, the documentary from Julie Cohen and Betsy West genuinely excels at honoring its subject, Julia Child, her impact on everyday lives and honors their subject and her life. Now in theatres.
Justin Bieber: Our World features concert footage from the NYE 2020 concert on the roof of the Beverly Hilton interspersed with documentary interviews on the performer’s growth. Unfortunately, it is less documentary and more concert.
“My Name is Pauli Murray” is the story of a Civil Rights activist whose name and work had previously remained undiscovered. The documentary brings her efforts to balance the rights of women, African Americans and the LGBTQ community. Now in theaters and, on Amazon Prime on October 1.
Dear Ike: Lost Letters to a Teen Idol is a revelatory look at the intertwining journeys of an aspiring artist, Dion and his consuming desire to work with Ike Eisenmann.
The Lost Leonardo imbues greed, using money and power to obfuscate a long-lost Da Vinci painting, Salvator Mundi. The innovative doc asks a lot of questions and feels like a modern heist film.