The documentary digs up movies shot to document Guinea-Bissau’s war of independence from Portugal in the 1960s and ’70s.
Albert Maysles’s last documentary observes passengers traveling Amtrak’s route between Chicago and the Pacific Northwest.
In “My Journey Through French Cinema,” Mr. Tavernier’s documentary about movies doubles as an autobiography.
Brian Knappenberger’s timely documentary serves as an impassioned defense of the news media, though it lacks depth.
This documentary looks at Dr. John Sarno, who posits that many types of chronic pain, particularly back pain, are caused by stress and repressed emotions.
Chinese history in a six-hour mad rush: Blink, and you’ll miss the Great Leap Forward.
The likes of Max Steiner, Ennio Morricone and Bernard Herrmann are hailed in Matt Schrader’s film, as well as John Williams, Hans Zimmer and others.
The documentary chronicles the musical development of Rachel Flowers, a blind musician and composer, but it would have benefited from more depth and context.
A Mongolian teenager tries to break barriers in her nomadic tribe by becoming the first girl to hunt with an eagle. And Offred’s life takes a dark turn.
A new play and a coming film are joining the various projects that have reconsidered the class dynamics of the Olympics figure skating controversy from 1994.
Andrew Cohn’s documentary follows three adults as they return to high school. The stories of their struggles are illuminating.
Rachel Lindsay continues her quest to ride off into the sunset. Carl Reiner talks with fellow nonagenarians about their longevity.