Genius Fashion Designer Documentary ‘McQUEEN’ is a Stylish, Progressive Must See Film

By Gregory Crofton Days of screenings at Nashville Film Festival 2018 were varied and wonderful. In its 49th year the festival seemed settled in at Regal Hollywood 27, just south of downtown, a venue it relocated to from Green Hills…

‘BLOODLIGHT AND BAMI’ Documentary Shows Graces Jones Can Be as Soft as She is Dark

By Gregory Crofton By following Grace Jones around the world on and off for five years, director Sophie Fiennes was able to create a mesmerizing two-hour documentary full of life, love, beauty and powerful performances. It deftly reflects and explains…

Errol Morris’ New Netflix DocuSeries ‘WORMWOOD’ Is Bloated But Good

By Gregory Crofton “WORMWOOD,” a new six-part documentary that premiered Friday on Netflix, feels like everything Errol Morris has been working toward his entire career. It came about because Netflix has deep pockets, and Morris is a big and important…

‘GEORGE MICHAEL: FREEDOM’ Examines His Battle with Sony and Loss of Boyfriend to HIV

By Gregory Crofton Of course George Michael was different than the rest of us. He had an incredible voice and could dance better than Madonna — but I bet you didn’t know he wrote and recorded his own music. Michael…

‘BRUK OUT!’ Splits the World of Jamaican Dancehall Queens Wide Open

By Gregory Crofton American nightclubs have nothing on Jamaican Dancehall parties for pure unadulterated action. Everyone knows that, but don’t you want to see it for yourself? “Bruk Out! A Dancehall Queen Documentary” exposes a raw style of dancing, one…

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