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Two new documentaries spotlight this music manager, whose acts included the Stooges and the Ramones.
Ms. DuVernay makes a startling and powerful statement about the prison industrial complex and the history of black lives in post-Jim-Crow America.
This documentary takes the viewer inside the Islamic schools in Pakistan run by the fiery Abdul Aziz.
Brendan Toller’s documentary about the music manager and journalist Danny Fields aims to reacquaint viewers with his influence, including the rise of punk.
More details on the scope and scale of the militarization of American police forces would help bolster this documentary.
Ron Davis’s documentary is about Snowman, a white gelding and championship show jumper in his time, and Harry deLeyer, who raised him.
This documentary about the case of an exchange student killed in Italy focuses less on an accused killer and more on unprincipled journalism and unapologetic sexism.
The documentary follows the Stones to eight countries, including Cuba, recalling when rock truly mattered as a force for change.
A documentary honors Mr. Ramsey, an Army officer in the Philippines when it fell to the Japanese in World War II, and later a wartime underground leader.
Scientists train for Mars exploration during a long mission in the unyielding cold of the Arctic, testing equipment that may one day be used in space.