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Ten Terrific Documentaries for Movie Buffs

Source:  Screen Rant Filmworker (2017) - Leon Vitali had it all in the 1960s and 1970s as a star on the rise, but he gave it all up when he met Stanley Kubrick.  A heartfelt and stirring documentary about the right-hand man of one of cinema’s greatest visionaries,...

Wanted for Drug Trafficking: Life on the Run

Source:  VICE Music artist Quintin “Q Nhannaz” Walters is ready to stop running. As a young kid, growing up in the spotlight of his parents — the late Buffy the Human Beatbox from The Fat Boys and rapper Queen Pen, featured artist on the classic song “No Diggity” — he...

“Maiden” is one of the best films of 2019

Source:  Los Angeles Times If you haven’t seen “Maiden” yet, you're missing out on one of the year's best films. Edge-of-your-seat exciting and blessed with numerous unexpected and dramatically satisfying story lines, the documentary is much more compelling than even...

Reelz acquires tattoo documentary “The Illustrated Man”

Source:  Realscreen Reelz has acquired the U.S. rights to tattoo documentary "The Illustrated Man" from entertainment and media music agency Mibe Music. Directed by photographer and filmmaker Sophy Holland, the feature-length documentary captures the evolution of...

How Walls Ended Up Along the U.S.-Mexico Border

Source:  The New York Times The border between the U.S. and Mexico has long been marked by barriers.  But they weren’t always about deterring immigration. Here’s how the modern border came to be — starting in the year 1848. Watch "When Entering the U.S. Was a Easy as...

“The Great Hack” brings our data nightmare to life

Source:  Wired If you'd rather not think about how your life is locked in a dystopian web of your own data, don't watch the new Netflix documentary "The Great Hack." But if you want to see, really see the way data tracking, harvesting, and targeting takes the strands...

Would you swim with polar bears for the perfect photo? Amos Nachoum does

Source:  San Francisco Chronicle In an early scene in the new documentary “Picture of His Life,” Amos Nachoum sits alone in a dark San Francisco studio projecting slides on the wall. Nachoum, one of the world’s most accomplished wildlife and underwater photographers,...

The legacy of Jim Crow continues to loom large in Louisiana

Source:  The Atlantic The legacy of Jim Crow continues to loom large in the United States.  But nowhere is it arguably more evident than in Louisiana. In 1898, a constitutional convention in Louisiana successfully codified a slew of Jim Crow laws in a flagrant effort...