Posts Tagged ‘documentary’
By Ed Halter
On the boundary-blurring portraits of artist-filmmaker Luke Fowler.
By Giovanni Marchini Camia
An introduction to the deeply engagé filmmaker, and his pioneering works.
Sergei Losnitza shares his Top 10 nonfiction films.
By Boukary Sawadogo
Laurence Gavron’s documentary Ninki Nanka, The Prince of Colobane closely observes the celebrated director during the making of his final feature, Hyenas.
By Rebecca Panovka
Today, Frederick Wiseman’s films play like reminders of all the mundane, uncinematic elements of daily life we’ve been missing throughout the pandemic.
By Yonca Talu
Chantal Akerman’s frequent editor of three-plus decades talks about the process, and honor, of working with the celebrated Belgian filmmaker on a trio of her later documentaries.
By Kazembe Balagun
A look at Decade of Fire, a documentary that provides an essential community-driven narrative to the Bronx arson crisis of the 1970s.
By David Fresko
With fellow travelers or on his own, the maverick filmmaker traversed national and formal boundaries to bring his radical politics to the screen.
By Laura Kern
Docs like Midnight in Paris present joyful takes on the high-school tradition, while fiction films more often reveal another side.
By José Teodoro
How a director turned the reins of a documentary made at the height of the late ’60s counterculture movement over to a group of Toronto youth eager to tell their own story.
By Nellie Killian
On the award-winning director’s short works Clotheslines and If This Ain’t Heaven.
By Yonca Talu
Dark Circle co-director Irving recounts the long journey of making a film on the history and aftereffects of nuclear energy and how her documentary subjects have grown more heartening since.