34 articles in category Reviews
True fame, this documentary tells us, is when people only need someone’s last name to know exactly whom they’re talking about. Even after the adaption by musician Brian Hugh Warner […]
This short documentary directed by Drea Cooper and Zackary Canepari (for their “California is a place” project, which covers different aspects of the Golden State) is a charming and touching […]
Austrian director Stefan Bohun presents moving examples of how music – especially classical music – is impacting young people’s lives in Venezuela.
“The more insecure I feel, the bigger my hair has to be.” And insecurity took up a huge part in the life of Amy Winehouse, one of the greatest singers […]
The summer of 1997 remains famous for three things (when looking at Great Britain at least): the inauguration of the Labour Party and Tony Blair as their protagonist of hope, […]
Terre Nash directed this wonderful, Academy Award winning short film about the threats of nuclear war. “If you Love This Planet” combines a lecture by Dr. Helen Caldicott, a nuclear […]
This entertaining and moving documentary presented by Lisa Rogers follows a special kind of business: genital plastic surgery in the UK. Rogers intends to find out why more and more […]
Vaughan Smith is a fearless director who already filmed several military embeds – when he filmed a Serbian military action in the 90’s a bullett lodged in his cell phone. […]
Young director James Trosh portrays the conflict between inhabitants Menie, a small town near Aberdeen in Scotland and eccentric US billionaire Donald Trump.
The so called „Rumble in the Jungle“, which took place in Kinshasa on October 30th, 1974, is maybe the most famous boxing event in history. Muhammad Ali boxed against George […]
Michael Moore made himself a name with documentaries that are as entertaining as they are polemical (Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11). Capitalism: A Love Story makes no exception. In this […]
Fast food, over the last years, has been a reocurring topic in both documentaries (Morgan Spurlock’s Super Size Me, 2004) and feature films (Richard Linklater’s Fast Food Nation, 2006). While […]
Some say that men never grow up. When watching this film, the viewer might agree. AFOL stands for Adult Fans of Lego and some of them are the protagonists of […]