Documentaries

Sam Shepard talks writing process in 'California Typewriter'

Aug 1, 2017

Sam Shepard is gone, but a new documentary "California Typewriter" captures the lauded playwright happy and in his element

British TV to air Diana's recordings on her failed marriage

Jul 30, 2017

A British television channel is broadcasting a new documentary on Princess Diana using video tapes in which she candidly discussed her marital problems and her strained relationship with the royal family

HBO doc 'Baltimore Rising' explores life after Freddie Gray

Jul 27, 2017

The producers and participants in "Baltimore Rising" say national and local media sensationalized the protests that erupted after the death of Freddie Gray, but their new HBO documentary humanizes the narrative

Poacher in DiCaprio documentary acquitted of several charges

Jul 27, 2017

African poacher in DiCaprio documentary acquitted of several wildlife trafficking charges

Steven Spielberg opens up about life, filmmaking in HBO doc

Jul 27, 2017

Steven Spielberg opens up about life, filmmaking and flops in new HBO documentary

Princes William, Harry remember their final call with Diana

Jul 23, 2017

Prince William and Prince Harry are paying tribute to their mother, Princess Diana, as the 20th anniversary of her death in a car crash approaches

Burns sees Vietnam War as virus, documentary as vaccination

Jul 16, 2017

Filmmaker Ken Burns says his upcoming documentary about the Vietnam War could serve as sort of a vaccine against some of the problems that took root during the conflict.

Indiana events set for 'League of Their Own' anniversary

Jun 4, 2017

A celebration marking the 25th anniversary of the movie "A League of Their Own" is planned in a southern Indiana community where one of its iconic scenes was filmed

Ron Howard to direct documentary on tenor Luciano Pavarotti

Jun 1, 2017

Director and producer Ron Howard is working on a new documentary about Luciano Pavarotti, the Italian tenor and philanthropist

Kubrick's little-known right-hand man takes a bow in Cannes

May 23, 2017

Stanley Kubrick's little-known right-hand man Leon Vitali took a much-deserved bow at the Cannes Film Festival where Kubrick's longtime assistant was profiled in the documentary "Filmworker."

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