The Exhibition on Screen program delivers a stunning portrait of Van Gogh’s mysterious sunflower paintings in the documentary film, Sunflowers.
The pandemic has affected every one of us, including the pop phenomenon Charli XCX, whose documentary, Alone Together, was made in isolation.
Baby Driver (2017) director Edgar Wright makes his documentary debut with The Sparks Brothers, focusing on the American pop-rock band, Sparks.
With live performances returning to some areas of the world recovering from the pandemic, David Byrne shows us what we were missing with American Utopia, directed by veteran filmmaker Spike Lee.
Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren & Stimpy Story is a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of one of the most iconic animated shows of all time.
Acclaimed director Peter Jackson shares a sneak peek into his upcoming documentary, The Beatles: Get Back, about the band that needs no introduction.
The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart takes a deep look at the iconic band that conquered the music world.
The Social Dilemma is a new Netflix documentary that outlines the darker aspects of highly addictive social media platforms.
Iconic 90’s cartoon The Ren & Stimpy Show is the subject of the new documentary film Happy Happy Joy Joy: The Ren & Stimpy Story.
Survival is a natural instinct found in every animal, including us humans. However, what happens when in order to survive, one needs to switch off feelings and resign one’s conscience? Would you sacrifice everything to stay true to yourself? Even if it will certainly lead to your death?
It’s hard to imagine giving birth in a foreign land, without one’s relatives or a home. Having had to flee a war-torn country, leaving everything behind. That’s the reality of many Syrian women who fled from a devastating war that led to a refugee crisis.
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival is back for 2020 with a new online only format and it features some very intriguing documentaries.
There’s no denying that the world has gone crazy for true crime. Whether it’s streaming on Netflix, docudramas on the big screen, or investigative podcasts, we can’t seem to get enough of the genre.
ESPN has teamed up with Netflix to release the Michael Jordan documentary series The Last Dance, which follows the basketball legend and his team the Chicago Bulls through the 97-98 NBA season.
The Last Dance follows Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls on a run for their sixth NBA championship title during the 1997-1998 season with unprecedented behind-the-scenes access.
Alex Gibney’s latest documentary Citizen K is educational yet unsatisfying. This documentary tries to fit Russian oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s story into 2 hours (which is definitely not an easy task) – from his rise to financial power in the early days of capitalism to facing off and creating a nemesis no one would dare to touch in Vladimir Putin.
The astonishingly gorgeous documentary film, Honeyland, explores the life of Europe’s last beekeeper, and her struggle to face mankind’s flawed condition against nature.
Wild Butterfly is a devastating documentary uncovering the truth behind the controversial case of Claire Murray, a Western Australian 24-year-old mother-of-two who needed a liver transplant in order to stay alive.
Waad, the film’s narrator, tells her life story during the five years of uprising in Aleppo, and the siege which forced her to experience the destruction of her home city in For Sama.
Throughout The Biggest Little Farm, I was in tears. The film details the damage monoculture farming has on the land and the despair that this creates is immense. However, the film is also careful to create a sense of joy out of the simplicity of nature, and its ability to heal itself with the right human care.
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