To mark the 20th anniversary of President Clinton’s impeachment, ABC will air “Truth and Lies: Monica,” a two-hour documentary on the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
David Feige’s powerful and hard-hitting film UNTOUCHABLE, winner of the Albert Maysles New Documentary Director Award at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, will be released on January 15, 2019.
The Polish documentary Communion (Komunia), winner of the European Film Awards for Best Documentary, will be released in US theaters on Friday, January 4, 2019.
Former President Barack Obama released his favorite movies, songs, and books of the year on Facebook and Instagram.
Netflix released the trailer for the Leonardo DiCaprio-produced documentary “Struggle: The Life and Lost Art of Szukalski,” which looks at the life and career of Polish painter and sculptor Stanislav Szukalski.
“Fyre”, Chris Smith’s highly anticipated documentary film is an exclusive behind the scenes look at the infamous unraveling of the Fyre music festival.
WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR? – Documentary on America’s Favorite Neighbor: Fred Rogers, to Debut on HBO
One of the most celebrated film releases of 2018, Won’t You Be My Neighbor? takes an intimate look at America’s favorite neighbor: Fred Rogers.
Medical error is the third leading cause of death in the U.S. Bleed Out is a new documentary premiering on HBO that uses one family’s story to underscore deep flaws in America’s current healthcare system.
Amazing Grace, the long-awaited Aretha Franklin film which made its World Premiere at DOC NYC will get an early 2019 theatrical release by NEON.
The new documentary film American Dream/American Knightmare, directed by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, Southpaw), which offers an uncensored look into the life of notorious rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight
From space, at night, Nigeria is awash in light. But the glow almost entirely flares from oil and gas wells. The country, with the world’s largest proven oil reserves, leaves half its population without electricity, and the rest with erratic service.
MY COUNTRY NO MORE Docu on Rise and Fall North Dakota’s Oil Boom to Premiere on PBS Independent Lens
Between 2011 and 2016, oil drilling in rural North Dakota reached its peak, setting off a modern-day gold rush in Trenton, North Dakota, population less than 1000.
This Is North Preston, the remarkable documentary film by Jaren Hayman which will have its world premiere at Whistler Film Festival on Friday November 30, will be released in Canada by Northern Banner Releasing.
ESPN Films Next 30 for 30 is “42 to 1”, the documentary on Buster Douglas defeating Mike Tyson for the 1990 Heavyweight Championship of the World.
The haunting new documentary Man on Fire explores how a community dealt with the shocking public suicide of Charles Moore, an elderly minister who self-immolated in a Texas Parking Lot.
The new trailer is released for Tough Guy: The Bob Probert Story, the story of late NHL tough guy Bob Probert, who died at age 45, directed by 28-year-old documentary filmmaker Geordie Day.
Showtime to Premiere a Week of New Music Documentaries in December Featuring Jeff Beck, Agnostic Front, GG Allin, Korn’s Brian “Head”
Showtime will air a special week of music documentary premieres beginning Tuesday, December 11, profiling rock legends Jeff Beck, Agnostic Front, GG Allin and Korn’s Brian “Head” Welch.
Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool, the new feature-length documentary directed by Emmy Award-winner Stanley Nelson, will debut in the Documentary Premieres category at Sundance Film Festival 2019.
Reason by Anand Patwardhan won the Award for Best Feature-Length Documentary at the awards ceremony of the 31st International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam.
Filmmaker and Peabody Award winner, Leon Lee’s social justice documentary Letter From Masanjia, follows the true story of an Oregon woman who finds a desperate SOS letter penned by a political prisoner in her Halloween decorations
From renowned film veterans including Eugene Jarecki (The King) to first-time filmmakers Anna Moot-Levin and Laura Green (The Providers), Denali Tiller (Tre Maison Dasan) and Ciara Lacey (Out of State), the award-winning PBS series Independent Lens Winter and Spring 2019 lineup of documentary films takes viewers on a cross-country journey through modern America.
Coming at a moment of profound political and social crisis, What Is Democracy? is director Astra Taylor’s philosophical essay finding meaning in the word ‘democracy’ we too often take for granted.
How do you write a letter to someone who has been dead for over 30 years? Mark Cousins’ answer is to look at their sketches that date back from their teenage years all the way their last and create profile through their eyes.
Award-winning director Roberta Grossman’s latest film Who Will Write Our History is a remarkable new documentary that tells the story of a clandestine group of journalists, scholars, and community leaders in the Warsaw Ghetto, led by historian Emanuel Ringelblum