Frederick Weisman turns his attention to The National Gallery in this documentary. But are the old master’s powers waning?
A feature documentary that looks at life of Nas, the people and events that shaped him, and the release of his seminal debut hip-hop album, Illmatic.
A documentary about the ‘enfant terrible of Theatreland’ and one of the best connected men in show business, Michael White; The Last Impresario.
Wilde Salome is the documentary about Al Pacino’s obsessional pursuit to realise the film version of Oscar Wilde’s play about obsession, Salome.
Review of Love Hotel, a documentary that looks at the important and unique role these intimate temporary abodes serve in conservative Japanese society.
My Name Is Salt is a poetic and evocative documentary that looks at the seasonal lives of Indian salt producers. Winner of Best Documentary at the Edinburgh Film Festival, this is a very personal slice of cinema.
Rather fittingly, docoBANKSY is a documentary about Banksy, the graffiti artist. Comprised of found footage material and talking heads, the film has an intriguing narrative, and asks all the right questions.
Clooney! Depp! Streep! Radioman! They all feature in this documentary about one of the New York film scene’s best known personalities. And one who’s had more than his fair share of struggles in life.
Life In A Day is a feature length documentary made out of clips people have submitted to YouTube. But is there a message in the noise?