Martin Scorsese: ‘Italianamerican’

In 1974, master filmmaker Martin Scorsese released a documentary about his Italian-American family. The opening scenes include his father on the couch talking about delivering vests for his cousin, while his mother makes pasta sauce in the kitchen.

REMEMBERING ACTION PARK

Part 1: The Riders & The Rides — The story of New Jersey’s infamous Action Park is retold by visitors and those who worked there. Part 2: The Staff & The Brass — The story of New Jersey’s infamous Action…

‘DEAR ZACHARY’ Epilogue Posted by Filmmaker

This short documentary chronicles the completion and release of the feature documentary “Dear Zachary: a letter to son about his father” (2008) and the subsequent journey to amend the Canadian criminal code. It is intended as an epilogue to “Dear…

MADNESS IN THE FAST LANE

In 2008, BBC cameras filmed two Swedish sisters throwing themselves into traffic on the M6. When it was shown on BBC One, nearly 7 million viewers were glued to their screens, and millions more watched it later on YouTube. The…

Just Melvin, Just Evil: A Documentary About Sexual Abuse

“Just Melvin, Just Evil” is a documentary about the tormented family of Melvin Just, a man almost too evil to be believed. It details their experiences of sexual abuse by Just, which took place for decades, and reveals a murder…

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