This year's nonfiction selections include Peter Davis' Oscar winner 'Hearts and Minds' and D.A. Pennebaker's concert film 'Monterey Pop.'
We talk to the 'Panama Papers' director about his love for documentaries and a bunch of specific nonfiction films he highly recommends.
This month's additions include another classic music doc, a couple of Oscar nominees, and a drug-filled Christmasy story.
The HFPA doesn’t honor nonfiction anymore, but if they did…
'I Am Heath Ledger' director Adrian Buitenhuis delivers another emotional documentary about a movie icon who left us too soon.
Unfortunately, the film is a 96-minute-long mess.
A portrait of the prolific German designer Dieter Rams, Gary Hustwit’s latest urges us to surround ourselves with “less, but better” things.
This month's most notable addition is an adaptation of John Grisham's nonfiction book 'The Innocent Man.'
Theroux returns to America for three compelling stories, and it's some of his best work yet.
We review the first five episodes of Steve James' necessary high school docu-series, which deals with the issue of racial equity.
Newly-restored, the meditative and criminally under-seen 'Inquiring Nuns' faces down the meaning of happiness not with a bang but with a wimple.
From the ancient cave painters to modern muralists, these are the best films about the makers of masterworks.