The late filmmaker’s final project was hosting a warm & fascinating look at her extraordinary seven decade career.
Just in time for Halloween, this monster-sized look at the most important decade in horror is thorough, affectionate, & endlessly entertaining.
Janice Engel’s sprightly doc is more appreciation for the acclaimed journalist than activism, and that’s a good thing.
Gay swim teams, trans immigrants, and a conflicted horror movie star highlight this year’s slate at Reeling, Chicago’s premier LGBTQ+ film festival.
Max Lewkowicz directs a heartfelt but thin documentary about the creation of a timeless Broadway classic.
Garret Price processes the untimely death of Anton Yelchin through an intimate look at the actor’s mind, process, and struggles.
Documentary filmmaker Liza Mandelup grippingly follows the burgeoning fame of aspiring social media star Austyn Tester.
Julia Reichert and Steven Bognar track the intersection of culture and capitalism in this intriguingly humanistic doc.
The latest HBO documentary highlights the peaceful, green practice of alternative funerals.
The composers of Amazon’s new docuseries talk about Meek Mill, their contrasting styles, and the challenges of documentary scoring.
Michael Barnett’s doc is an inspiring, eye-opening look at the complicated, often painful world of transgender high school athletes.
Avi Belkin’s split-screen view of the firebrand 60 Minutes reporter offered a flawed, but empathetic picture of one of journalism’s last great titans.
IFC’s uproarious variety show-within-a-documentary is a groovy slice of ’70s ephemera, as smart as it is strange.
The David Crosby-centric doc proves most effective when it embraces the rock-infused messiness of the man’s life and career.
Gerald Fox’s 2005 documentary on the acclaimed documentarian finally sees the light of day.
The one and only Leonard Cohen turns flat in Nick Broomfield’s latest, and it brings down his better half as a result.
The box office performance of Spider-Man: Far From Home helps drag a slower movie summer out of its funk, while Toy Story 4 keeps chugging along.
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders lets Morrison’s genius speak for itself.