Appropriately announced on President’s Day, Tribeca has announced the opening film for this year’s festival will be Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President, a documentary that takes a look at how music helped Jimmy Carter earn his spot in the White
Magnolia Pictures has released the trailer for the upcoming documentary Slay The Dragon, which takes a look at the problem of gerrymandering in our country. the film is directed and produced by Barak Goodman and Chris Durrance.
A new trailer and poster have been released for the upcoming documentary Dosed, which follows the journey of a woman desperately trying to overcome her opioid addiction with the used of psychedelics. The film is directed by Tyler Chandler.
A new teaser trailer has been released for the documentary Jasper Mall, which will be premiering this weekend at the Slamdance Film Festival in Park City. Produced and directed by Bradford Thomason & Brett Whitcomb, the film follows the denizens of the
Sometimes the simplest stories can be the most endearing; such is the case with Ben Mullinkosson’s slice-of-life documentary Don’t Be a Dick About It. Hilarious and touching, this brisk little story follows two brothers simply living their lives, an act that proves
Greenwich Entertainment has released the trailer for Alex Gibney‘s upcoming documentary Citizen K, which profiles Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a Russian oligarch who became a political dissident, accusing Vladimir Putin’s regime of corruption.
Citizen K will be released in Los Angeles on November 22,
HBO has released the trailer for their upcoming documentary The Bronx, USA, which sees producer George Shapiro (Seinfeld) returning to his home borough and reminiscing about where he came from while exploring how the area has changed. The film is directed by
Doc NYC has announced the full lineup of films ahead of their 10th edition, running from November 6 – 15. Boasting more than 300 films and events, this is the biggest year yet for New York’s preeminent documentary film festival.
If you’re looking to expand your knowledge of ’80s horror, looking for some good recommendations, or just wanting to feel nostalgic, this documentary has you covered, and it will certainly be one I revisit again in the future.
As a documentary, Desolation Center is serviceable, but is best suited to those like me who have a fondness for this era of punk rock or who are curious in how these giant desert festivals got their start.