Tempest Storm is a portrait of a woman who has lived in a bubble of flash and eternal youth facing the consequences of her choices
Tadasuke Kotani's The Legacy of Frida Kahlo is a compelling portrait of the artist and is haunted by her legend.
Brendan Byrne’s Bobby Sands: 66 Days is an extremely effective take on the history and legacy of Sands and his famed hunger strike.
Fortunately, Rabin’s legacy for peace in the Middle East lives on in this respectfully and tautly made documentary appreciation.
Lisa Immordino Vreeland's Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict profiles the 'Mistress of Modern Art' who blazed a trail in a male-dominated scene.
Malala Yousafzai says, “One teacher, one student, one book, and one pen can change the world.” But can one documentary?
Ethan Hawke's debut documentary Seymour: An Introduction is a beautiful and touching essay on life and art.
An Honest Liar takes the perspective of renowned magician James “The Amazing” Randi to explore truth, deception, and perception.
Khalo Matabane’s Nelson Mandela: The Myth And Me offers a sobering and less than flattering portrait of the legendary South African leader.
Sturla Gunnarsson's Force of Nature profiles Canadian icon and environmentalist David Suzukui, known for his hit series The Nature of Things.