An interview with In the Same Breath director Nanfu Wang on documenting censorship, surveillance, propaganda, and misinformation through the lens of COVID-19.
Is it time to say we’ve hit the second wave of coronavirus documentaries? Nanfu Wang’s In the Same Breath marks a notably different turn from the first batch of COVID docs out
Has anyone noticed, that the most untruthful American president in history came to office surrounded with documentary filmmakers? Is the difference between Michael Moore and Donald Trump simply one of degree?
“The mistakes that were made in the first 90 days sealed America’s fate,” says The Curve director Adam Benzine. By tapping into Easter Monday, it allows us to not have to worry
Totally Under Control (USA, 124 min.) Dir. Alex Gibney, Suzanne Hillinger and Ophelia Harutyunyan Totally Under Control ends with a title card informing viewers that American President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19 one
Pete Souza, the protagonist of The Way I See It, surely practiced his craft that way for 40 years. The White House photographer for Ronald Reagan in the Eighties and Barack Obama
The New Corporation: The Unfortunately Necessary Sequel is a must-see if only to remind us to avoid the empty messages of hope provided by slick corporate entities.
All In: The Fight for Democracy is a brilliant piece of advocacy cinema. If you aren’t outraged before you see this doc, you certainly will be when it’s finished.
Joel Bakan and Jennifer Abbott discuss The New Corporation: An Unfortunately Necessary Sequel, which follows the first film with a penetrating study that explores capitalism through philanthropy, COVID-19, and Black Lives Matter.