Cinema of Decay

This mini-documentary produced by Filmstruck focuses on the artistry of director Bill Morrison, who leverages decaying film stock from years past to tell new stories that are relevant to today’s audiences. The decaying film lends brilliant visuals which add to…

FLOODLINES: It All Started Long Before a Hurricane Called Katrina

One fascinating thing about New Orleans is that the Mississippi built its own levees. All the dirt piles up beside the river over time. That means it’s actually safest right beside the river, because much of the rest of town…

COLETTE

On the anniversary of the start of the Nuremberg trials, 90-year-old Colette Marin-Catherine confronts her past by visiting the German concentration camp Mittelbau-Dora where her brother was killed. As a young girl, she fought Hitler’s Nazis as a member of…

Gringo: The Dangerous Life of John McAfee

A documentary about the bizarre and scandalous life of tech millionaire John McAfee – famed inventor of anti-virus software – who goes off the grid to live in Belize, building a compound and harem and becoming a drug lord.

‘Babenco: Tell Me When I Die’ is a Masterpiece About Loving Life

By Gregory Crofton How do you make a film about life when you’re dying? Héctor Babenco somehow figured it out. “I don’t know what came first, filming or being alive,” he says. “As if by filming, you’re living an extra…

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