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Elizabeth Holmes joins filmmaker Alex Gibney’s parade of rogues

Source:  Deadline Long before the documentary became the hot film category, Alex Gibney directed one after another about a parade of flawed, scandalous people who go down in flames and disgrace. From New York governor Eliot Spitzer to the architects of the Enron...

The Satanic Temple is finally getting its big screen moment

Source:  TheWrap Let’s get a few things out of the way about The Satanic Temple, the religious/activist group at the center of “Hail Satan,” which recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Members of The Satanic Temple say they don’t actually worship Satan or...

Amazon acquires Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner “One Child Nation”

Source:  Variety Amazon has acquired the global rights to “One Child Nation,” a documentary about China’s policy of forcibly restricting family size that debuted to great acclaim at this year's Sundance Film Festival.  The deal is said to be in the high-six figures....

Ken Burns’ “Country Music” gets a premiere date

Source:  Pitchfork Ken Burns’ new eight-part, 16-hour documentary about country music has received a premiere date. The first episode of "Country Music" will premiere on PBS on Sunday, September 15.  The next three episodes will air from Monday, September 16 through...

“Abducted in Plain Sight” has to be seen to be believed

Source:  Rolling Stone True crime documentary, "Abducted in Plain Sight," which recently became available on Netflix, initially seems to be a nightmarish but otherwise unremarkable suburban kidnapping story. Set in the 1970s, Robert and Mary Ann Broberg and their...