Huh. Looks like we're watching the Rose Bowl.
Stories We Tell and Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer are on it, too.
WikiLeaks, Hunter S. Thompson, and Enron.
Remember how Lance Armstrong is a big liar?
Jason Osder’s electrifying film examines the events of May 13, 1985, when the Philadelphia police department wiped out a city block with a bomb.
His new documentary, The Armstrong Lie, was originally about the cyclist's 2009 comeback. Then came the doping admission.
In this nonfiction film, director Josh Oppenheimer convinces Indonesian war criminals to dress up and reenact some of their violent atrocities.
This is one of those docs during which audiences gasp and cry out — or just cry — at regular intervals.
"It'll create a new way of watching the movie. You see the movie being made in real time."
It was leaked by its director, who has already quit the project.
Or at least your perceptions of the world in which you live.
Including Spellbound, Fahrenheit 9/11, Exit Through the Gift Shop, and more.
"Her 85 percent is our 155 percent."
"I think everyone has a really weird perception of who Beyoncé is."
Let's go to Brooklyn!
“It’s really about letting people get to know the Central Park Five as individuals.”
It premieres tonight at the New York Film Festival.
Just point out that he seems sorta out of shape. (It worked for us.)
2016 Obama's America.
With Keanu Reeves.
Dude looks like a lady, also has a child.