From 2005, Christopher Campbell's reviews the music doc about New York Dolls bassist Arthur Kane.
R.J. Cutler's impeccable archival film combines audio and visual elements to create an outstanding biography.
From the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival, a review of Werner Herzog's Death Row documentary.
From the Doc Talk archives, here's a brief review of Andrea Blaugrund's documentary about punk rock dads.
The Critics Choice Association recognized Kirsten Johnson's film with two awards while also honoring 'My Octopus Teacher,' 'Mr. Soul!,' the Beastie Boys, and more.
Nathan Grossman follows Greta Thunberg in her work spreading awareness of climate change.
From the archives, originally published in 2006, Christopher Campbell reviews the Iraq War vet documentary 'When I Came Home.'
From the archives, originally published in 2006, Christopher Campbell reviews the Iraq War documentary 'The Ground Truth.'
The 2018 Camp Fire's devastation of Paradise, California, and its aftermath are depicted in two documentaries that go perfectly together.
Netflix leads the pack in a unique year for the entertainment industry and the world.
This month's additions include a feature documentary about the Paralympic Games and a docuseries on immigration with unprecedented access to ICE agents.
A phenomenal outline of Melvin Van Peebles' prolific and varied life.