This stirring film derives much of its power from its non-judgmental, warts-and-all perspective on its subjects.
The who's who of the documentary world gathered at The Park Restaurant on Thursday for the 2nd Annual DOC NYC Visionaries Tribute Luncheon. Michael Moore, Liz Garbus, Alex Gibney, Brett Morgen and…
The road to the Olympics is paved with ping-pong balls for three teen hopefuls in this quick-moving, kinetically edited sports docu.
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In Hank Rogerson and Jilann Spitzmiller's intriguing documentary "Still Dreaming," residents of an Actor's Fund retirement home find their confusion and disorientation mirrored and transformed by the…
In Tom Roberts' timely Pakistan-set docu, local and international forces join to combat the Taliban's murderous opposition to polio immunization which has led to a serious resurgence of the…
“Thank you for telling this story!” an audience member cried out just before the first — and possibly final — screening of Amy Berg’s Hollywood sex abuse documentary “An Open Secret.” The film…
DOC NYC, the Gotham documentary festival that launches its fifth edition next month, has lined up a full slate of titles that includes the world premiere of "An Open Secret," Amy Berg's doc about…
DOC NYC, the Gotham documentary festival that launched in 2010, has lined up a broad slate with 11 world premieres, including the debut of Michel Gondry’s doc “Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy? An…
"Mumia: Long Distance Revolutionary" delivers a political discourse inspired by its subject and espoused by left-wing writers, actors, educators and activists, with the opposition represented only by…
An inspiring docu about women's empowerment, "Rafea: Solar Mama" shows how an illiterate Bedouin woman from a poverty-stricken community in the Jordanian desert learns to be a solar-energy engineer…
Little has changed since "49 Up," though the global financial crisis has impacted several members of the gang, and one long-absent participant returns to the fold.