We highlight our most anticipated titles at this year's festival, which will be held at New York's Film Society of Lincoln Center from April 17th through the 28th.
Mark Cousins ('The Story of Film: An Odyssey') studies the sketches and paintings of Orson Welles in order to better understand a man who has become near-mythic.
With new fictionalized depictions of the Dee Dee Blanchard murder available from Lifetime and Hulu, we look back at HBO's original doc option for the preferred real deal.
Former US Marine Corps combat cameraman Miles Lagoze presents the footage that was never meant to be seen.
Heddy Honigmann invites us to virtually live with her characters and their canine companions rather than merely observing them.
Whether or not you like Talking Heads, the Rolling Stones, Jay-Z, or the other performers in these documentaries, they're still essential viewing.
Nancy Schwartzman explores harsh truths about rape culture in small-town America and beyond.
The true-crime series shows how and why myths circulated in absence of real suspects in the abduction of a British toddler.
Heddy Honigmann's new documentary fits with a current trend of films focused on service animals.
The rise and fall of medical miracle startup Theranos, it was indeed too good to be true.
The docudrama, about Madonna's pre-fame years, features an uncanny lookalike as its main selling point.
Some of the best documentaries in recent years consist almost entirely of vintage material.