Posts Tagged ‘Documentary’
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Leap Before You Look

This highly personal documentary from director Stephane Goldsand tackles his reluctance to become a father — a brave and illuminating self-portrait.
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Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone

A documentary with some familiar shades, "Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone" is about what happens to band members after the music stops.

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Two’s a Crowd

A quirky look at a middle-aged New York couple who have decided to move in together — nearly five years into their marriage.
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Way of the Morris

Filmmaker Tim Plester explores his familial legacy of an ancient, ridiculous form of dance in this interesting and quaint doc.

The Third Wave

Following the wake of the 2004 earthquake, this documentary details human nature at its most vulnerable and most compassionate.
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Buck shows the world the kinder way to treat horses with entertaining expertise.

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Free Films! – Indiepix Unlimited

Richard Propes from The Independent Critic helps Austin recommend more films to legally watch for free.
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Jackass 3.5

Werner Herzog joins The Film Yap to provide insight into this new documentary.

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American: The Bill Hicks Story

The documentary about the comedy great doesn't focus enough on what made him great.
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Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D

The latest Herzog documentary is too limited with its subject material.

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The Greatest Movie Ever Sold

The gimmicky documentarian strikes again, with another obvious-but-still-engaging look — this time at product placement.
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Public Speaking

The new Martin Scorsese documentary lets Fran Lebowitz and her wit shine.

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Who is Morgan Spurlock?

The director of "Super Size Me" is very likable, but how does he rank as a filmmaker?
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Search for the Great Sharks

"Search for the Great Sharks" is interesting enough but lacks the bite of Discovery Channel's ever popular Shark Week.