Industrial Soundtrack for the Urban Decay is a forthcoming documentary about industrial music featuring BB pals Throbbing Gristle and V Vale (RE/Search) along with Cabaret Voltaire, NON, Z'EV, Sordide Sentimental, SPK, and many more artists/thinkers.
I have a messy desk. I like to try types of foods I’ve never eaten before. I prefer documentaries to action flicks. I like art museums. I use a web browser that doesn’t suck. And I love cats. Therefore, I must be a liberal. At least, that’s what Time magazine would have you think. Show More Summary
Filmmakers Daniel Oliveira Carneiro and Bram Ruiter are teaming up with publisher Devolver Digital for Super Game Jam, a monthly documentary series which pairs up notable independent designers for 48 hours of game making based on a particular...Show More Summary
Film Independent has named eight recipients of its 2014 Documentary Lab Fellowship designed to aid filmmakers currently in post-production on feature-length docus. Honorees Esteban Arguello & Xuan Jiang, Jamie Sisley & Mayuran Tiruchelvam,...Show More Summary
Ian Ward’s full interview with Jonathan Trott at Harborne Cricket Club in Birmingham, includes footage not seen in the Sky Sports Documentary.?
David Siegel is the piece of work who made a fortune selling time shares and nearly lost it during the financial crisis, as profiled in Lauren Greenfield’s excellent documentary, Queen of Versailles. Despite the fact that the movie portrayed Siegel and his wife far more sympathetically than they deserved, Siegel sued Greenfield for defamation.
"Once you've met Katrina, I don't think you'll be able to see people living paycheck to paycheck and not think about her," says executive producer Maria Shriver of her HBO documentary "Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life and Times of Katrina Gilbert."
Getty Images/Orlando Sentinel/MCT/Joshua C. Cruey SeaWorld Entertainment (SEAS) may not have a lot of fans among the growing number of people who have watched the scathing documentary "Blackfish," but it's hard to say that protestors...Show More Summary
“What happens to a dream deferred?” asked Langston Hughes in his classic poem “Harlem.” The question is especially relevant within the walls of the Sing Sing Correctional Facility
Charlie Rose and Gayle King gush over Israel travel documentary featuring Netanyahu, on PBS, paid for by Robert Kraft, backer of the special relationship between the US and Israel.
In his Baltimore Sun column this week, David Zurawik reviews Al Jazeera America’s upcoming documentary, “On the Frontlines With the Taliban.” Zurawik writes the documentary shows the value of the channel by “serving democracy in theShow More Summary
A Documentary On Anita Hill Sheryl Day Stolberg of the New York Times discusses the new documentary “Anita” about Anita Hill, who became the reluctant central figure in the Clarence Thomas judicial hearings so many years ago. More here. Feminist Law Professors
Tonight, the Maria Shriver-produced documentary Paycheck to Paycheck: The Life & Times of Katrina Gilbert will premiere on HBO. (It will also be available to stream for free all week.) The film is the most visible component of the Shriver Report, Shriver’s campaign to draw attention to poverty’s outsized effect on American women. Show More Summary
Publisher Devolver Digital has announced a new indie game documentary that will come out alongside the release of the games it focuses on. Super Game Jam is a new series that explores 48-hour video game creations. It features 10 developers,...Show More Summary
From the mind of Connor Hough comes this delightful yet disappointingly fake trailer for an ESPN 30 for 30 documentary entitled, Brian, which chronicles the life of NBA legend Brian Scalabrine on and off the court. Known to his fierce...Show More Summary
A touching BBC story describes a new documentary, Menstrual Man, that chronicles the trials and tribulations of a humble man in India who sought to offer his wife a sanitary napkin. After marrying, he discovered that his wife kept from him a secret: the rags she used and re-used to collect menstrual blood. Only 12% of women […]
New "Guardians of the Galaxy" images from the upcoming Marvel documentary hit online; leaked "Arrow" call sheet reveals new show details & more.
Christine Pelisek has a new piece in LA Weekly on the 23-year murder spree she essentially uncovered, plus she's in a Lifetime documentary on the case and played by Dreama Walker in a movie. Meanwhile, suspect Lonnie Franklin is still awaiting trial.
Care to guess which film won in the documentary spotlight category? Here's a KUT News interview with Ben Knight and Matt Stoecker.
What was it like working on the set of legendary film director Stanley Kubrick as he adapted The Shining, Stephen King's bestselling horror story, to the silver screen? If these cast and crew interviews from the new documentary Staircases to Nowhere, are any indication, the answer is: pretty dang awesome. Read more...