Khalik Allah’s Black Mother is an aesthetic experience that’s at once raw, exalted, and singular.
This year’s True/False Film Fest bursted with new possibilities for the documentary form.
The festival, which runs from March 3rd to 6th, already seems to have the country’s most important social issue on its agenda.
Lawrence Wright’s presence in Going Clear is a persistent reminder of what the film could have been.
Set almost entirely in a French employment-recruitment firm, Rules of the Game is a documentary David Foster Wallace would have loved.
We develop an investment in the health of these subjects, but remain aware that we’re unable to reach out to them.
Brett Morgen distinguishes the biographical documentary by viewing himself as more of a curator than a film director.
Ukraine Is Not a Brothel ultimately exists in a representational space similar to the rad-fem tactics of Daisies or, even, Spring Breakers.