documentary

Landmark Exhibition Marks 50th Anniversary of the Isle of Wight Festival

Wight Spirit, 1968–70 is comprised of new sculptures by Guy Portelli and a selection of photographs — some never seen before — by the late Charles Everest....

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Espresso, Chianti… Maser-a-ti!

In 2020: The Summer of COVID, interweb-streaming Italian-racecar cool is about as close to true freedom as car buffs are likely to get. ...

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In Bright Axiom: The House of the Latitude

As an introduction to the secret society, this documentary is a disjointed narrative where the whole is less than the sum of occasionally fascinating parts....

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His Holiness Blinded Me With Science

If the viewer focuses intensely in The Dalai Lama: Scientist, such effort will be rewarded with insight, if not total consciousness…...

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One Night Only for New Gorillaz Documentary

Gorillaz: Reject False Icons is the first ever all-access immersive journey into the world of Gorillaz and its extended family....

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Filmmaker Eugenio Polgovsky First Full UK Retrospective

The award-winning Mexican filmmaker is best known for his innovative documentaries which chronicle the struggles of Mexico’s indigenous population against environmental threats and societal...

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Nun More Anarchist Activist

The documentary is an overall misfire, yet an interesting portrait of self-reliant defiance in the face of opposition from all sides....

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The Painting That Changed the History of Modern Art

Exhibition On Screen returns with ​Young Picasso, an extraordinary detective story that looks in detail at the elements that drove one small boy from southern Spain to such heights. ...

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What Do You Think Of My Sparkly Gun?

Cut from unprecedented access to 500 hours of jihadi footage, extraordinary documentary Path of Blood is a startling, powerful experience....

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All the World’s a Stage: Ian McKellen Plays His Part

Frank self-analysis offers some fascinating insight into Ian McKellen's career trajectory; an essential watch for both fans and those interested in an experienced actor’s perspective....

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The Cause of Progress: A Cambodian Spring

A stirring and articulate documentary, A Cambodian Spring charts the forcible displacement of the capital’s residents due to corporate land grabbing supported by a corrupt government....

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Cela Nous Concerne Tous: In the Intense Now

In the Intense Now is a fascinating and astute cine essay of the psychological nature of revolution during the events of May 68....

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Being Blacker: Racism in Modern Britain

Molly Dineen's first documentary in 10 years is a portrait of the challenges of being black in modern Britain....

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Documenting The Decline of Western Civilization (Penelope Spheeris)

LA’s early hardcore punk, eighties hair metal and the gutter-punk scene, lovingly filmed by Penelope Spheeris...

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