Posts Tagged ‘Documentary’

Beyond Right & Wrong

by Evan Dosseyon October 18, 2013
A stirring look at forgiveness in the face of unimaginable pain.

Ruth Thomas-Suh, “Reject”

by Joe Sheareron October 18, 2013
The director of this documentary about rejection's effect on the human psyche speaks to the science behind her assertions and whether strategies are working.

Local Movie News: Indiana State Museum IMAX Update

by Joe Sheareron September 24, 2013
An array of independent films and special event are coming to the Indiana State Museum IMAX.

West of Memphis

by Patrick Mitchellon August 8, 2013
This, the fourth and final piece of the "West Memphis Three" puzzle, is as inspirational as it is devastating.


by Joe Sheareron July 20, 2013
The anti-"Hoop Dreams," where athletes count on basketball not to provide fame and fortune but to simply give them a reason to be hopeful about something.

They Wore the Red Suit

by Patrick Mitchellon July 18, 2013
A heartwarming, albeit cornball, documentary about the life of the ever-diminishing 12-month Santa.

A Whisper to a Roar

by Patrick Mitchellon April 19, 2013
A politically charged social commentary, "A Whisper to a Roar" is an inspiring documentary focused on highlighting the power of a collective people.

Happy People: A Year in the Taiga

by Patrick Mitchellon April 17, 2013
"Happy People" has that patented Herzog charm with a biting social commentary to boot, proving that the master of documentaries still has a lot of magic left in him.

The Gatekeepers

by Christopher Lloydon March 27, 2013
This peek inside the minds of the leaders of Israel's ultra-secret internal security force is simultaneously disturbing, illuminating and uplifting.

Searching for Sugar Man

by Patrick Mitchellon January 20, 2013
The shroud of mysticism that surrounds "Searching for Sugar Man" will leave you feeling emotionally rattled but ultimately inspired as well.