Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story Of The National Lampoon documents the rise of a comedic college newspaper to a national publication, told with loads of footage and overly nostalgic contemporary interviews.
The Wolfpack has all the elements of a fun, feel good documentary, that is if you ignore all the missing pieces that really make it sad and misjudged.
Listen To Me Marlon is a surreal, intimate look at the iconic Brando, with stories told through the use of interview clips, vintage footage and, most tellingly, a series of tapes that the actor made for himself as a kind of hypnotic therapy.
Best of Enemies delves into one of the most profound and influential moments of American political life: the debates between stalwart conservative William F. Buckley and iconoclastic progressive Gore Vidal.
Jesus Town is a whimsically comical look at a small, Oklahoma town, with an 88 year old passion play that has just cast an unlikely Jesus Christ.
A stylistic, visually compelling treatise on loneliness and isolation, Above and Below explores the lives of people living on the margins of society, separated from civilization by barriers, concrete and abstract alike.
Rodney Ascher's documentary brings peoples worst dreams to life in The Nightmare, a chilling exploration of sleep paralysis.
On Her Own documents the struggles of a woman trying to keep her land and her family together through tough economic times. We spoke with director Morgan Schmidt-Feng and subject Nancy Preblich prior to their Hot Docs screening.
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Tig documents a year in the life of comedian Tig Notaro after being diagnosed with bilateral breast cancer and working this uncomfortable truth into one of the most revelatory stand-up sets of all time.
It’s hard not to see Brett Morgen’s documentation of Kurt Cobain’s life as anything short of definitive, using both character animation and wonderfully rendered motion graphics to present Cobain’s writings, musings and music in a visually stunning way.
Our in-depth interview with Tim Skousen, one of the co-directors of the wildly entertaining doc Raiders!, screening at this year's Hot Docs film fest.
Pitched somewhere between a real world nightmare and sick black comedy, Welcome To Leith serves up a story so unlikely that it could only be real.
On January 1, 2014 the state of Colorado went ahead and legalized the sale of marijuana. We probably all assumed someone would make a documentary about it the following year. Sure enough, Mitch Dickman did exactly that and bit off a little more that he could chew.
Raiders! tells the story of three kids who decided to take up a video camera in 1982 and do a shot-for-shot remake of Raiders of the Lost Ark, a feat even more preposterous prior to the age of home video releases.