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I Am Paul Walker Review

There has been an odd spate of posthumous documentaries that lionise their subjects to a point of extreme saccharinity that you have to visit the dentist after viewing. I Am Heath Ledger was a perfectly servic...
4.5

A Woman Captured Review

Have you ever sat in a film and want to equally thank and curse at a director? Have you ever sat there as the lights rise in the cinema, feeling immensely overwhelmed with helplessness and devastation? Have yo...
3.5

Caniba Review

Directors Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel are doing something quite unique with the documentary film format. As a format of filmmaking, it's hard to forge new 'styles' of documentary filmmaking, but ...
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More Human Than Human Review

A perennial question raised by science fiction has been that of whether the rise of Artificial Intelligence and its existence in society will cause the cessation of humanity as we know it. Pick up any formative...
3.5

RBG Review

Documentaries should reflect the subject they’re exploring. Take Meal Tickets for example – a raucous, loud, intense ninety minute film that reflects the ups and downs of a band. Or, Safari, a contemplative, pa...