Magnolia has released a new trailer for the upcoming documentary Love, Gilda, which takes a look at the life and career of the incomparable Gilda Radner. The film is directed by Lisa D’Apolito who unearthed diaries and audio and video tapes from Radner,
A new trailer has been released for the upcoming documentary Matangi / Maya / M.I.A, which takes a look at the life of famed musician M.I.A. Directed by Steve Loveridge, the film uses M.I.A’s personal and massive cache of video recordings she took over
Netflix has released a new trailer for its upcoming documentary series Dark Tourist. The show is brought to us from the creators of Tickled, a fascinating documentary that was released a few years ago, and it sees journalist David Farrier traveling the
Sadly Pressing On isn't so much interested in the technology's history or mechanics as much as the people who have propped up the letterpress community as this all-important subculture, nor does it translate as well as it thinks it does.
The epitome of what was an Allan Carr production/endeavor, no matter the media or year it was witnessed by the public, was the cross-section between inherent extravagance and a longing for a mythic past of Hollywood's invention.
The Orchard has released a new trailer for the upcoming documentary The Devil and Father Amorth from director William Friedkin. In the film, Friedkin revisits his 1973 classic The Exorcist by following the film’s subject, Father Gabriele Amorth, on one of his
As the titles implies, this is an absolutely wild story, filled with constant intrigue, and for someone like myself who was completely unfamiliar with the events that took place, I was hanging on every twist and turn, gobsmacked at the next bit of craziness that was revealed.
The full list of nominees have been announced for this year’s Cinema Eye Honors, New York’s nonfiction film awards. The nominees include 37 features and 5 shorts, with Raoul Peck‘s I Am Not Your Negro and the ESPN 30 for 30 feature OJ: Made
There are few people in this world who could be classified as true heroes – those who selflessly help others in need without asking for anything in return, many times at the detriment to their own wellbeing. Gennadiy Mokhnenko, the subject of director Steve Hooper’s latest documentary, Almost Holy (formerly titled Crocodile Gennadiy), seems to handily fit that bill. Spanning over a decade, the film looks at Mokhnenko’s work as a pastor and the founder of the Pilgrim Republic rehabilitation center, protecting the youth of Ukraine from addiction and the streets.
Mark Craig’s The Last Man on the Moon is the story of Eugene “Gene” Cernan, an American astronaut, who, among other things, reached the fastest speed ever attained in a manned vehicle (24,791 MPH) with two of his fellow astronauts, and he was the last person to walk on the surface of the moon.
It’s an unfortunate thing, but some of you younger readers may only know The National Lampoon as that company that made a couple good movies a long time ago and a slew of straight-to-video garbage since then. In actuality however, The National Lampoon was one of the biggest comedy institutions of the late ’60s and ’70s and helped kickstart the careers of some of the biggest names in the world of humor.