documentary Archives

[Sundance 2019] The Inventor Review: The Slow Motion Train Wreck that was Theranos
Gigney takes the time to interview former employees, investors, mentors, and even psychologists as they try to examine how Holmes managed to convince so many people to give her money without anyone looking into her financials or her prototype. photo by Drew Kelly, courtesy of Sundance Institute. As a documentary it is interesting but, unfortunately, it does[...]
Martin Scorsese's Bob Dylan Documentary 'Rolling Thunder' Coming to Netflix
Martin Scorsese is re-teaming with Bob Dylan for a new documentary project coming exclusively to Netflix Called "Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese", it's a safe bet this won't be your average music documentary. The legendary Bob DylanPhoto by Christian Bertrand / This also isn't the first time the two titans of their industries have worked together[...]
Watch: Trailer for 'I Am Paul Walker' Documentary
While probably best known for his role of Bryan in the Fast & Furious franchise, Walker was an avid motorsports enthusiast. I Am Paul Walker, a documentary directed by Adrian Buitenhuis (which aired on television earlier this year) aims to tell the story of the man behind those blue blue eyes The doc featured interviews including Fast & Furious actor[...]
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Directed by Christopher Dillon (God Grew Tired of Us), based on the book by Jonathan Safran Foer, and narrated by Natalie Portman (who also serves as a producer), the documentary is a sometimes harrowing look at where your food comes from. One of the true stars of the documentary is Frank Reese and his heritage birds[...]
FX, Hulu, and The New York Times All in on Docuseries 'The Weekly'
We also want to thank our partners at Hulu on this deal and the team at Left/Right." – John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks and FX Productions The Weekly is a narrative documentary news program that will feature one or two of The New York Times' biggest and most important visual stories each week[...]
[Tribeca 2018] 'Love, Gilda' Review: A Touching Tribute to a Prime-Time Talent
Credit: Love, Gilda Though the Tribeca Film Festival is known for (obviously) being a film festival, the 2018 edition opened with a touching documentary on an influential female comedian best known for her ground-breaking work on the small screen Director/producer Lisa D'Apolito's Love, Gilda premiered at the Beacon Theater as the kick-off to the popular film festival,[...]
[#Tribeca2018] Bleeding Cool's Tribeca Film Festival Guide to All 96 Feature Films
The famed festival is set to open on Wednesday, April 18, with the world premiere of Lisa D'Apolito's Gilda Radner documentary Love, Gilda; and closing on April 29 with the world premiere of The Fourth Estate, Oscar-nominated director Liz Garbus' doc that The New York Times' coverage of the first year of Donald Trump's presidency. Best of all? Bleeding[...]
Netflix Announces 2018 Tribeca Film Festival Films and Documentaries
With a little more than a month to go before the famed film festival, Netflix has released their feature film and documentary feature selections for the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival Taking place from April 18-29 in New York City, the streaming service's four selections include two North American feature film debuts (Cargo, Sunday's Illness aka La Enfermedad[...]
Blumhouse Sets 'No One Saw a Thing' Doc Series at SundanceTV
Credit: (left) Kathy Hutchins – / (right) SundanceTV A murder takes place in front of five dozen witnesses — seems pretty much a slam dunk case, right? Yet over 30 years later, the case remains unsolved because apparently No One Saw a Thing: also the title of Blumhouse Television's six-episode true crime documentary series for SundanceTV. Israeli documentarian[...]
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Making Fun: The Story of Funko is a new documentary about the history of the company that in the last few years has become one of the most popular toy brands in the world We were shown some footage from the film at Funko Fundays at SDCC this past July, and now we have a[...]