Posts Tagged ‘Documentary’
“The Gnomist” explores how the shared experiences of art and imagination can create a magical sense of hope and community.
"The Art of Richard Thompson" is an informative retrospective on the career of the "Cul de Sac" creator and Washington Post cartoonist.
You watch shaking your head, questioning the sanity of the filmmakers as children — and adults. Yet, by the finale, you want to give them a standing ovation.
Filmmakers use movies to bring voice to their agendas. It’s up to viewers to choose what to accept & reject. "Peace Officer" stacks the deck too far to one side.
A documentary that suffers because it is too superficial and reverential of its subject.
A documentary about three rock climbers who attempt to scale the Shark's Fin of Mount Meru in northern India.
A spectacular documentary featuring real mountain-climbing footage, "Meru" is as gripping as any action film you'll ever see.
“Curious Worlds: The Art & Imagination of David Beck” is an enchanting tour of the mind of a craftsman who builds beguiling fantasy worlds out of limitless ingenuity.
Bloomington's world renowned "Little 500" is every bit as grueling and triumphant as "Breaking Away" romanticized.
"A Space Program" is a fascinating art film that takes the heart and the mind to the stars in a rocket made of detritus and imagination.
The turbulent and tragic life and death of soul singer Amy Winehouse is laid bare with shocking clarity in "Amy," a new documentary biopic directed by Asif Kapadia.
What is "My Winnipeg"? Who is Guy Maddin? Austin tells you as he justifies this lesser-known, avant-garde documentary as a true blind spot.
A harrowing, sometimes comedic look at politics and nationalism through the prism of a hockey team is equal parts, silly, scary, and spellbinding.