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My review of the hit anti-Seaworld documentary Blackfish, and some thoughts about zoos and captivity in general.
A rich introspective look at the history and city of Istanbul, as told from the point of view of the cats that live there.
A Pennsylvania family's YouTube videos have been turned into a movie called "Fraud" by a famous independent filmmaker. The story about the movie that they unwittingly stared in is quite a tale.
Forget "Spinal Tap" - this is the rock documentary to end them all! Benjamin Cox turns it up to eleven for a touching and remarkable story about two friends who never gave up on their dreams.
Did Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 offer entertainment (emotion) as an effective realm for political criticism and for reaching the voting American public? In his film, Moore argues that America has been fooled by Bush, that the war in Iraq takes advantage of the "have-nots" and that Americans blindly rely on Bush for protection.
A list of ten great documentaries about hard rock and heavy metal music, by a diehard metal fan and movie geek.
Cynthia De Moss is an actress and media artist who appeared in We Live In Public, a film about Josh Harris.
Looking at the history and trends of documentary films, we seek to uncover just how real is the "real" in documentary films, and what new filmmakers are doing about it.
In 1974, French high-wire performance artist Philippe Petit did the unthinkable, he slung a wire a quarter of a mile above the earth and walked between the Twin Towers.
Documentary filmmaker Lu Chuan takes us on a journey deep into China's wildlife as he depicts three animal families struggling to survive in their environment.
Seven years. From the time The Beatles entered the collective conscience of American teenagers until the time the group called it quits was just seven years. (By comparison, the relatively-recent ...
Liberal loudmouth Michael Moore takes aim at his favourite target and gives 'em both barrels. Benjamin Cox examines Moore's explosive documentary and wonders where it stands in today's world...