Whitney Houston, as we know her, was a meteorically talented singer battling the demon of addiction – a demon that ultimately killed her. But who was she behind the bright lights of stardom and the alluring darkness of drugs and drink? Whitney: Can I Be Me seeks to give us a taste of the real Whitney.
Tag: Documentary Films
Who knew discussing men’s issues could be so controversial in filmmaker Cassie Jay’s latest documentary film, The Red Pill?
Two Finnish backpackers find work in an outback pub in the remote town of Coolgardie, Western Australia; a pub full of tragic townsfolk.
Mountain is a stunning look into the enormous rock formations that people risk their lives to climb on a regular basis, narrated by Willem Dafoe.
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival highlights a deep selection of documentaries direct from various prestigious film festivals around the world.
Steve McQueen, the Academy-Award winning director of 12 Years a Slave (2013) has signed on to direct a new documentary about rap’s biggest icon.
Check out the trailer for Hotel Coolgardie, the new Australian observational documentary that is set to potentially shock and divide audiences.
The Family recounts the shocking true story of a Victorian-based cult led by the alluring Anne Hamilton-Byrne, as told by former cult members and former lead detective Lex De Man.
Animal carcasses, purple nail polish, harsh, remote mountains, and a giggly 13-year-old girl. To view these facets of the 2016 documentary The Eagle Huntress in isolation, is to assume that they wouldn’t mesh ‘properly’ together. After all, what would the bleak Altai mountains have to do with a female living through her first year of teenagerdom? Plenty, as you soon will learn.
The Family is an upcoming documentary about a cult led by Anne Hamilton-Byrne, whose followers were left to believe she was Jesus Christ reincarnate.
Melbourne-based filmmakers Walking Fish Productions recently released a look at their unique take on celebrity culture in their documentary, Big in Japan.
The aptly titled DocPlay has officially launched for all documentary film fans in Australia and New Zealand, available on various devices.
Ear Buds: The Podcasting Documentary explores podcasting as a means of expression, as well as the connection between podcasters and their audiences.