Diego Maradona charts the rise and fall of football’s most iconic player, Argentinian superstar Maradona in this new documentary film.
Tag: Documentary Films
The uplifting documentary, 2040, seeks to enlighten audiences with the various ways in which we can provide a more sustainable future for our world and our future generations.
Superpower Dogs is a new IMAX documentary that explores the world of rescue-dogs from around the globe.
Skipping the cinema experience for documentary films is becoming easier thanks to the allure of a comfortable couch and gripping episodic mini-series being more desirable than an overpriced cinema ticket.
Kusama: Infinity finally highlights an incredible talent.
Spitfire is a documentary about the famous single-seat British fighter aircraft that was used by The Royal Airforce and other countries before, during, and after World War 2.
Following on from Michael Moore’s original documentary on American politics Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004), Fahrenheit 11/9 delivers a close-up examination of the American democracy as it stands today. Which, under a microscope, does not look that great.
Directed by Catherine Scott, the documentary film Backtrack Boys focuses on three youths walking a rocky road to juvenile detention until they cross paths with big-hearted jackaroo Bernie.
I knew The Cleaners was a movie about the people who ensure that harmful content is moderated across social media platforms. I didn’t think there would be much to this.
In 1941 Orson Welles released Citizen Kane and changed the face of cinema forever.
A lot of people who have already heard of this documentary might be asking if it would’ve even been made if Paul Walker were still alive. The answer is no.
This film was not what I expected it to be going into it, having read or seen little regarding the thing beforehand, and I have to say, much to the film’s credit. When I hear the words “Ghosthunter”, like many people, my mind immediately jumps to the American TV series; with all its silly camera tricks, night-vision-blair-witch-faces and set-up jump-scare fakery.
Chances are most filmgoers haven’t heard of filmmaker Uwe Boll; one of the main reasons could be that almost all of his movies never make their way onto cinema screens.