This seductive documentary tracks the rise and fall of Elvis Presley, a tragic arc that the director Eugene Jarecki likens to that of the United States.
Category Archives: Documentary Films and Programs
Laurie Fairrie’s documentary profiles individuals and families in France and Israel to capture a cycle of fear and xenophobia.
“Black Panther” leads at the 2018 MTV Movie & TV Awards. And the Monterey Pop Festival streams 51 years after it happened.
The original “Jurassic Park” airs on NBC ahead of the release of “Fallen Kingdom.” And the comedian Howie Mandel narrates “Animals Doing Things.”
The strongest documentaries in this year’s edition of the annual event are also the most heartbreaking.
Christopher Quinn’s documentary makes a persuasive, far-ranging case against factory farming.
In this documentary, the singer-songwriter John McCauley and his bandmates enact the bad-boy antics of rock over a decade in Deer Tick.
This film, subtitled “The Gardens of Piet Oudolf,” is a conventional documentary. It follows Mr. Oudolf as he holds forth on his philosophy.
This ABC docu-series, with Viola Davis as an executive producer, applies the true-crime formula to appeal the convictions of two death-row prisoners.
“Legion” wraps up its second season. And “Krisha” offers unsentimental, grown-up horror.