Critics review “The Circle,” “Casting JonBenet” and “Obit" for The New York Times.
In a conceptual exercise, actors audition for roles in the celebrated case as a way of showing how people are still preoccupied by it.
Berns is not as well known as Phil Spector, but this songwriter and music producer amassed an impressive number of durable pop and R&B hits in the 1960s.
The monumental documentary about war and guilt is making its television premiere on HBO2.
Politicians, the police, victims and survivors deliver an oral history of the rising racial tensions that led to the early-1990s Los Angeles riots.
This documentary follows biologists to Antarctica, where they estimate the animals’ numbers and gauge the damage of climate change.
The Italian director was an important filmmaker in the 1970s, but Valerio Ruiz’s rambling portrait feels stuck in that particular moment.
Lydia Tenaglia’s documentary is a portrait of Mr. Tower, a force behind the California Cuisine movement in the 1970s, among other culinary feats.
Jane Jacobs fought against Robert Moses’ plans to develop Lower Manhattan. This documentary revisits their legendary feud.
Disneynature’s latest documentary visits remote parts of China to provide rare glimpses of young animals in the wild.
A&E, Showtime and the Smithsonian Channel reflect on the moment in 1992 when the Rodney King verdict set off a wave of violence.
It’s a Francophile’s delight with shivery roles from Ms. Huppert and Catherine Deneuve, and an animated Parisian cat who happens to be a burglar.