The iconic music legend David Crosby - of Crosby, Stills & Nash (and Young) - is the subject of this compelling, reflective documentary...but his actions speak louder than his words.
Alice Guy-Blaché may be the most important figure in the history of cinema that you've never heard of. An incredibly influential female filmmaker during the dawn of the art-form whose career spanned a longer time-period than Thomas Edison, The Lumiére brothers and Georges Méliés, Guy-Blaché has all but been erased from the annals of history...until now.
"Maiden" tells the story of sailing pioneer Tracy Edwards, the first Captain of an all-female yachting crew to enter the prestigious Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989.
The Wallflowers' Jakob Dylan explores the origins of the "Laurel Canyon" sound that shaped a generation and continues to influence modern musicians.
You know the car from "Back to the Future," now get to know the fascinating story behind the car's maker, John DeLorean...it's a story that will transport you through time and may not go exactly the way you remember.
"In order for one of us to make it through, a hundred of us have to try." - Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in "Knock Down the House."
The same can be said about documentary films in general, that in order to "break-through" to larger audiences, a hundred have to be made for one of them to really affect change.
I am hoping that "Knock Down the House" is that one.
The latest film from Disneynature, "Penguins" waddles into theaters just in time for Earth Day.
Heaven-sent for sure, there's a powerfully moving documentary in theaters this week that is all about the Queen of Soul.
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