Documentaries

Superhero Bits: Patty Jenkins Regrets Pushing Back ‘wonder Woman 1984’, Possible Man-thing...

Where is Avengers: Endgame on the domestic box office chart now? Is there a Man-Thing Easter egg in Guardians of the Galaxy? Want to watch the first part of a new Marvel Comics online documentary series about the X-Men? Who was originally also...
Related topics: The Avengers, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Marvel

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‘anthropocene: The Human Epoch’ Trailer Shows Humanity’s Impact On The Planet

An official selection at TIFF, Sundance, Berlin, and more, Kino Lorber has unveiled the first trailer for the visually awe-inspiring documentary, Anthropocene: The Human Epoch, to be released this September. Directed and written by Jennifer Baichal...

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Allen Hughes Makes Deal With Shakur Estate For 5-part Tupac Documentary Series

Director Allen Hughes has closed a deal with the Shakur Estate that grants him full access to all of Tupac Shakur’s released and unreleased recordings, writings and poetry. He will use all that to direct and exec produce a five-part documentary...
Related topics: Tupac

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2019 Movies To Geek Out Over - Cnet

Sequels and superheroes are joined by searing documentaries and exciting original stories in our preview of the year's sci-fi, horror and generally geeky movies.

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Gareth Bale Says Footballers Are Like 'robots' Amid Real Madrid Transfer Rumours

Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has compared footballers to robots in an upcoming documentary. The Welsh international was asked about the lifestyle that comes with being a ...

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Stossel: Money, Money, Money

What makes money trustworthy? "It has to be fixed in value," says Steve Forbes in his new documentary, In Money We Trust? Forbes notes that money has to be reliable, like a clock. We have "sixty minutes in an hour; sixty seconds in a minute. Imagine...
Related topics: Forbes

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Powerful New ‘frontline’ Doc Details The Partisanization Of The U.s. Supreme Court

A powerful PBS “Frontline” documentary, titled “Supreme Revenge,” will air Tuesday night at 9 on PBS stations in the Twin Cities. It’s about the recent history of U.S. Supreme Court nominations, starting with President Ronald Reagan’s...

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Smh: Tapered Up Black Women Talk Dealing With Barber Shop Sexual Harassment [video]

Source: PeopleImages / Getty Bald Black Women Talk Overcoming Barber Shop Sexual Harassment This is interesting! Journalists at BBC have created a short documentary about the experiences of bald and tapered Black women who rely on the barbershop....
Related topics: Usa Videos, BBC

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Queen Elizabeth ‘horrified’, ’annoyed’ With Princess Diana’s Pregnant-in-bikini Photos

Queen Elizabeth II was furious when Princess Diana’s risqué photos leaked. In the 2019 Sunday Night documentary “Royal Baby,” royal photographer Arthur Edwards recalled the most intrusive pictures of Princess Diana he captured that reportedly...
Related topics: Entertainment Photos, Photography

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‘bull’ Review: Annie Silverstein Is An American Indie Filmmaker To Watch [cannes]

There will be numerous connections made between Annie Silverstein’s Bull and Chloe Zhaos’s 2017 film The Rider. There’s a similar, documentary-like tone that also involves riding animals, the subculture that surrounds them, and the characters...
Related topics: Cannes Film Festival

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Whitney Houston Estate Plans Hologram Tour, Album, Musical

In the seven years since Whitney Houston’s death, there has been relatively little of the asset-exploitation that usually follows the passing of a music icon, apart from a smattering of previously unreleased recordings, a pair of harrowing...

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Jim Carrey Is The Latest Progressive To Self-own, As Anti-choicers Endorse His New Painting

Maybe now he’ll reconsider painting every single political moment as it happens. (He will not reconsider it.) Nearly two years ago, a short documentary called Jim Carrey: I Needed Color revealed the performer as a thoughtful, disciplined,...

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Satanic Artist And Activist Jex Blackmore On Her Controversial Role In The Documentary Hail Satan?

Jex Blackmore is a Satanic activist and performance artist whose work— focusing on reproductive rights and the struggle for bodily autonomy against an increasingly draconian state system—couldn’t be more timely. She’s also, in a recently...
Related topics: Activism

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Ifp Announces 2019 Documentary Lab Fellows And Projects

IFP, Filmmaker‘s parent organization, has announced the 10 feature documentaries in post-production that will take part in its 2019 Documentary Lab, which begins today at the IFP’s Made in New York Media Center. They include films about...

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‘spy Wars’: Damian Lewis’ First Foray Into Factual Heading To Showtime Jv Smithsonian Channel

EXCLUSIVE: Damian Lewis’ spy documentary series is heading to the Smithsonian Channel. The network, which is a joint venture between CBS Corporation’s Showtime and the Smithsonian Institute, is on the brink of closing a deal for Damian...

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Hear Two Exclusive Tracks From The ‘what’s My Name: Muhammad Ali’ Soundtrack

The HBO documentary What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali focuses on the life and challenges of the legendary figher through recordings of his own voice. In anticipation of the doc, we’re debuting two exclusive tracks from the What’s My...
Related topics: HBO

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'chuck Norris Vs Tank' At Us Military Base Triggers Meme Eruption (photo, Video)

The new documentary Chuck Norris hosts is expected to air in July and will involve some of the military personnel the action movie hero met during his tour of the military installation.
Related topics: Entertainment Photos, Entertainment Videos

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‘chef’s Table’ & ‘somebody Feed Phil’ Back For More Helpings Via Netflix

Netflix has announced the return of its long-running documentary series Chef’s Table and new episodes of Somebody Feed Phil, featuring Phil Rosenthal. They join the new The Chef Show with Jon Favreau and Chef Roy Choi on the Netflix menu, the...
Related topics: Netflix

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‘injured’ Maradona Unable To Attend Cannes Film Festival

Cannes (France) (AFP) – Football legend Diego Maradona will not attend the Cannes film festival, where a documentary about his life is being premiered, after he injured his shoulder, its director told AFP Sunday. The Argentinian icon is the...
Related topics: Cannes Film Festival, Festival

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“talking About It Is One Thing, Making A Movie About It Is Something Else”: Abel Ferrara And...

Arriving back in New York, a city with which he is synonymous, Abel Ferrara has been popping up everywhere the past few weeks: from the Tribeca Film Festival, where his documentary The Projectionist had its world premiere, to the Museum of Modern...
Related topics: Tribeca Film Festival, Festival, Museum

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