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‘Rats’ Director Morgan Spurlock On Crafting A Documentary That Plays Like A Horror Film

Ever since his first directorial outing—with the revelatory Super Size Me—documentarian Morgan Spurlock has always been in favor of embracing experience, throwing himself into a subject, however discomfiting, to create an eye-opening...Show More Summary

‘Bright Lights’ Directors Alexis Bloom & Fisher Stevens On Two Hollywood Icons Who Never Stopped Performing

Pulling double duty this year as an Emmy contender for two equally powerful and entirely different documentaries—including NatGeo’s climate change doc Before the Flood—Fisher Stevens teamed with his partner Alexis Bloom on Bright Lights:...Show More Summary

A Documentary on Documentaries

“I think of it as putting together a puzzle when you don’t have a picture of what it’s supposed to look like.” Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Morgan Neville talks about his world and his mindset, using the interview itself as an example.

Skateboarder Brian Anderson Explains His Challenging Road To Coming Out

Skateboarding icon Brian Anderson surprised many fans last year when he opened up about his sexuality for the first time in a Vice Sports documentary. But as Anderson recalled his coming out experience for a New Yorker profile this week,...Show More Summary

Skateboarder Brian Anderson Explains His Challenging Road To Coming Out

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Skateboarding icon Brian Anderson surprised many fans last year when he opened up about his sexuality for the first time in a Vice Sports documentary. But as Anderson recalled his coming out experience for a New Yorker profile this week,...Show More Summary

From the archive: Jacques Cousteau

French oceanographer Jacques Cousteau (1910-1997) was a trailblazer in exploring the oceans and bringing the wonders of the sea to audiences around the world through his documentaries and books. In this story originally broadcast onShow More Summary

John Paul DeJoria: Separating the 1 Percent From the 99 Percent Is a ‘Bunch of Bullshit’

yesterdayNews : Truthdig

A new documentary called “Good Fortune” provides the once-homeless hair care billionaire’s primer on how the superrich can contribute to society and still be superrich.

WATCH: Upcoming documentary tells the untold story of six Chinese survivors of the Titanic

"Who were they, how did they escape, and how did they disappear so completely from the history books?" [ more › ]

Nowhere to Hide Is a First-Person View of a Disintegrating Iraq

Some great documentaries cut through the inessentials and help you make sense of an apparently senseless world. Others have the opposite effect: They shock you into an even greater confoundment, demonstrating, moment by moment, how irrational the world really is. Nowhere to Hide is in the latter camp. It’s an ... More »

Great Job, Internet!: 2017’s most avant-garde documentary was filmed inside a ’90s superstore

David Lynch must be kicking himself right now, because his attempt to induce a mass meditative state by making viewers watch a guy sweep the floor on Twin Peaks just got one-upped by a Washington woman’s dad. As Willamette Week explains,...Show More Summary

10 Irvine Girl Scouts presented organization’s highest honor — Gold Awards

Whether it was for writing and publishing an anti-bullying book for children, making a documentary addressing teen depression or teaching life skills to homeless youngsters, 10 Irvine Girl Scouts received the organization’s highest honor for impacting lives in profound and sustainable ways. The Girl Scouts were presented the Girl Scout Gold Awards at a special […]

Monterey Pop screenings, photo exhibit & more Summer of Love stuff

Catch the restored documentary in a theater near you, head to Morrison Hotel Gallery to check out a photo exhibit, and read a recap of a recent Q&A with D.A. Pennebaker. Also: watch Michelle Phillips play "California Dreamin'" at Monterey Pop 50 with The Head and the Heart. Continue reading…

Newswire: Court upholds overturned conviction for Making A Murderer’s Brendan Dassey

However you feel about Steven Avery, the man at the center of Netflix’s documentary series Making A Murderer, it seems abundantly clear that his nephew, Brendan Dassey, was completely screwed over. As seen in the documentary, Dassey was convicted in 2007 of helping his uncle murder Teresa Halbach, but his confession was very clearly coerced. Show More Summary

CNN's Anderson Cooper Fails to Ask Bloomberg About $80 Million Spent Against Coal

Anderson Cooper wore his bias on his sleeve in a Tuesday night interview with former Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Cooper brought Bloomberg on his show June 20, to discuss his new coal documentary and failed to challenge him about the millions...Show More Summary

Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Making A Murderer's Brendan Dassey

Netflix's hit documentary series Making a Murderer got viewers up in arms about the possible corruption within the Manitowac County police force, and the topic of whether or not Steven Avery was guilty became a national discussion. The discussion about his nephew, Brendan Dassey, however was much... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Making a Murderer

‘Making a Murderer’ convict Brendan Dassey wins in appeals court, has conviction overturned

Brendan Dassey — the 16-year-old who was convicted alongside his uncle Steven Avery for the 2005 murder of Teresa Halbach which spawned the hit Netflix documentary series Making a Murderer — just cleared one of the biggest legal hurdles standing between him and freedom. Show More Summary

French auteur Bertrand Tavernier takes film lovers on an incredible 'Journey' through the past

The hottest ticket at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, the film people pushed and shoved hardest to get into, was not a heavy drama or heartbreaking romance, but a three-hour-plus documentary on the history of French cinema. If you don't think that sounds scintillating, you don't know Bertrand Tavernier....

'Hare Krishna! The Mantra, the Movement and the Swami Who Started It All' reveals an inner glow

The documentary “Hare Krishna! The Mantra, the Movement and the Swami Who Started It All” essentially says it all as a fittingly devotional tribute to Srila Prabhupada, who traveled from Calcutta to New York at age 70 and spearheaded a revolution of self-realization. As chronicled by director John...

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