Love him or hate him, one of the most (in)famous documentary filmmakers today has some damn good advice to share.
"What if the motive is just... poop is funny?"
The Great Escape deserves better than this.
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How a French meta-movie from the '60s challenged a basic convention of filmmaking, changing cinema and TV forever.
From the Black Panthers and mural artists to Hollywood hippies, she captured a Golden State for everyone.
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Music docs are becoming a pervasive, tired genre, yet the 1988 film still feels unflinching, gripping, and fresh.
A compelling case isn't all it takes to make a compelling documentary, but these tips will help.
Why the actress and inventor's story matters today, and where you can watch it for free.