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The film, which also involves David Lynch, puts us in Sodderland's mind to the best of nonfiction cinema's capabilities. In addition to candidly sharing the struggles and insights of its subject, Brain also represents her newly enhanced sensory perception through augmented POV shots, using visual effects that could have been cheesy in a lesser work.
In a creative block and personal gloom brought documentarian Craig Foster to travel to the South African coast where he intended to explore underwater kelp forests, and ended up befriending a clever little octopus who stole his heart. Out of the footage he took of his eight-limbed companion, directors Pippa Ehrlich and James Reed, with the help of underwater cinematographer Roger Horrocks , made My Octopus Teacher. Listen to Oliver Bullough's story about endemic corruption in Ukraine?
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Not all of the series is high-tech infrared camera shots taken at night; it finds the right balance between daytime animal behaviors and the dramatic, energetic shift into the dark. Martin Scorsese loves a long-ass rock doc. He's also a big Bob Dylan fan.
In particular, the film focuses on his burst of stardom in the Greenwich Village scene and controversial turn towards rock music shortly after between the years The film is a classic Dylan text and one for obsessives, featuring astounding archival footage and rare interviews to absorb, and an enlightening watch as Scorsese paints a full picture of the artist famously shrouded in mystery. In Nobody Speak , we see the ramifications of Bollea vs Gawker -- aka the Hulk Hogan sex tape lawsuit bankrolled by Peter Thiel -- which took down the beloved, controversial blog through financial devastation, forcing its co-founders to sell off the media company's remaining assets to Univision.
The doc is close read of the current threats the free press faces from malevolent forces -- like tech billionaires and the current administration -- out of self-interest. When Oasis first debuted, their devoted fans were just as annoying as its key founding members and fiery brothers, Liam and Noel Gallagher. While the doc touches on the Gallaghers' rivalry that made the band fall apart, it's largely a sunny piece of nostalgia that captures the magic of a band who were truly great in their halcyon days.
The duo behind the Oscar-nominated documentary Jesus Camp take another jab at religious fundamentalism, this time turning their cameras on the Hasidic Jewish community. One of two men showcased has left behind a family to pursue an acting career in Hollywood, while the other winds up struggling with drug addiction. Operation Odessa is like if the insanity levels of Scarface were turned up times 10 and it was set in the '90s.
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While each episode focuses on one of the four keys to cooking, its simplicity allows it to alter the cooking show genre by breaking things down to the elementary level, infusing that with demonstrations, human conversation, and a whole lot of charm.
Directors Roberta Grossman and Sophie Sartain pay tribute to the work attorney Gloria Allred has put in during her decades in the public eye as a vocal supporter of women's, gay, and trans rights, giving specific attention to her defense of women who accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault.
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His sophisticated grift led him to become the first-ever person to be convicted for wine fraud. In a familiar but gripping true-crime reconstruction, Sour Grapes le viewers through the story of how Kurniawan pulled off such a scam and the disgrace that befell the wine world in the fallout of his trial. The mess of the criminal justice system is nearly as haunting as the murder's mystery itself.
It's one of the more intimate profiles of a senselessly terminated black life, arriving at a time when many similar stories have entered the current social discourse. The film feels handmade in a tactile sense, as archival photographs are shared manually on screen, and Ford centers himself so close up that you can almost touch his tears. He pumped funds into the team and even convinced world-class wrestlers Mark and Dave Schultz to what he called "Team Foxcatcher" and live on his expansive property, which featured its own state-of-the-art training facility.
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It may be a dense doc about a painful, winded effort from Welles, but it's no less an inspiring look at one of Hollywood's greats and his mysterious last piece. Selma director Ava DuVernay snuck away from the Hollywood spotlight to direct this sweeping documentary on the state of race in America.
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