The new streaming service is chock full of classic and essential nonfiction films and docuseries.
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A short documentary set during the Persian New Year amidst the COVID-19 pandemic is another reminder that we're all in this together.
After nonfiction films end, life goes on and change happens. But what comes next doesn't always matter for the real stories at hand.
This month's new additions include a gay love story, a celebration of Divine, and one of the most impactful documentaries of all time.
We break up the best of the first decade of the 21st century by genre.
A report from the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival.
From 2008, a look at Julian Schnabel's concert film starring Lou Reed performing his 1973 album 'Berlin.'
We talk to 'Crip Camp' sound supervisor Jacob Bloomfield-Misrach about his work giving a fuller life to the archival footage seen in the Netflix documentary.
Not only will younger viewers enjoy these 11 titles, but they'll also learn a lot while possibly becoming nonfiction cinema fans in the process.
Filmmakers Barak Goodman and Chris Durrance discuss how their documentary 'Slay the Dragon' wound up with a very different ending than expected.