Documentary

  • The White Helmets (2016) - Orlando von Einsiedel

    Netflix short documentary about volunteer rescue workers in Syria – 2017 Short Documentary Oscar Winner, First Oscar for Netflix

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  • Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes (2008) - Jon Ronson

    If the devil is in the details, then Stanley Kubrick had a fruitful pact with Mephistopheles, judging by “Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes.” (Derek Elley, Variety, August 2008)

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  • Bear 71 (2012) - National Film Board of Canada

    “Jeremy Mendes and Leanne Allison’s poignant interactive documentary about a bear in the Canadian Rockies illuminates the way humans engage with wildlife in the age of networks, satellites, and digital surveillance.” (Sundance Film Festival)

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  • 56 Up (2012) - Michael Apted

    “In one of my several reviews of the ‘UP’ documentaries, I referred to the series as the noblest project in cinema history. I am older now and might refrain from such hyperbole. But we are all older now, and this series proves it in a most deeply moving way … You know the premise. In 1964, British TV produced a film titled “7 Up,” which focused on the lives, hopes and expectations of 14 children … Every seven years since then, the series has revisited as many of the original 14 who have agreed to continue to participate. Now here is the eighth film, ’56 UP’.” (Roger Ebert)

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  • A Talk with Hitchcock, Part 2 (1964) - Fletcher Markle

    In 1964, Alfred Hitchcock discussed his creative process with Fletcher Markle in a two-part series for Telescope produced by the Canadian Broadcast Corporation. Over the course of the interview, “Hitch” covers a range of topics including his views on actors, the nature of suspense, humor, terror, and fantasy, the social impact of films on audiences, his personal definition of happiness, and his theories about what films will be like in the year 3000.

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  • Room 666 (1982) - Wim Wenders

    At the 1982 Film Festival in Cannes, Wim Wenders filmed a series of directors, including Jean-Luc Goddard, Werner Herzog, Michelangelo Antonioni, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, and Steven Spielberg, each sitting in room 666 at the Hotel Martinez, alone, in front of a camera, talking about the future of cinema, addressing the question, “Is cinema a language about to get lost, an art form about to die?”

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  • Do No Harm (2009) - Rebecca Schanberg

    Screened at numerous film festivals, including Eugene, Napa Sonoma, Ohio, Philadelphia, Santa Fe, and Tacoma, DO NO HARM tells the story of two reluctant whistle blowers in a small Georgia town who endure relentless attacks as they struggle to draw national attention to hospital corruption and the plight of the uninsured.

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