Tag: Documentary Films and Programs

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Up Next: A Filmmaker and Artist Who Also Designs Clothing

Name Jack Greer Age 30 Hometown Los Angeles Now Lives In a one-bedroom apartment in the East Village,...

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Review: ‘Frank Serpico’ Updates the Story of the Man Behind a Classic Movie

Photo Frank Serpico, the subject of a new documentary that bears his name. Credit Trevor Tweeten/IFC Films This...

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What’s on TV Monday: ‘American Masters: Edgar Allan Poe’ and ‘The Lobster’

Photo Denis O’Hare in “Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive.” Credit Liane Brandon/PBS PBS’s “American Masters” sheds new light...

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Review: ‘Mully’ Is a Man Dedicated to Saving Kenya’s Orphans

Photo Charles Mully, left, in Scott Haze’s documentary film “Mully.” Credit Scott Haze/Mully “Mully” isn’t much in the...

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Review: In Folsom State Prison, ‘The Work’ Sets You Free

Photo A group therapy session in “The Work.” Credit The Orchard, Blanketfort Media The main takeaway from the...

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Review: ‘Bill Nye: Science Guy,’ a Portrait of a Fighter for Facts

Photo Bill Nye has embraced a new mission: educating an older generation on climate change and championing space...

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Review: A ‘Joan Didion’ Portrait, From an Intimate Source

Photo Joan Didion and her husband, John Gregory Dunne, with their daughter, Quintana Roo. Ms. Didion is the...

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Their Love Letter to Aunt Joan (Didion)

Though fans admire Ms. Didion’s ability to write coolly about matters of the heart, Mr. Dunne said that...

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What’s on TV Monday: ‘Cameraperson’ and ‘The Untitled Action Bronson Show’

Photo Kirsten Johnson in “Cameraperson.” Credit Majlinda Hoxha/Janus Films Kirsten Johnson’s acclaimed meta-documentary is on PBS. And the...

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Review: ‘The Dana Carvey Show’ Was Doomed. ‘Too Funny to Fail’ Explains Why

Photo Dana Carvey in “Too Funny to Fail,” a Hulu documentary about his short-lived 1996 sketch show. Credit...