A critical look at this year’s Oscar-nominated documentary shorts.
Following the stories of these unique, gifted, and sadly overlooked individuals can be as gripping as the music they made together.
Linda Ronstadt was every young female singer’s aspirational goddess: if you could nail “You’re No Good” or “Blue Bayou” in the car or the shower, you had practiced a lot.
A Screenager Star is Born?
D. A. Pennebaker was inventive, dogged, and had the ability to win people’s trust.
What happens when a dubious scientific experiment yields unexpected results?
These satanists are far less concerned with organizing decadent ceremonies (though there is a fair bit of that, and it’s thrilling to behold) than they are with exposing corruption and hypocrisy.
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Syrian-Kurdish filmmaker Talal Derki on love and hate in his homeland and the “schizophrenia” of being an Oscar nominee.
The film assembles an eclectic and impressive crew of actors, writers, directors and scholars to explore the representation of black characters and culture in (mostly) American horror cinema.