Category Documentary

Ted Bundy- Falling for a Killer

A five-episode Amazon Original docuseries that traces the long relationship of the famous serial killer Ted Bundy with his girlfriend Elizabeth Kendall. The docuseries frames Bundy’s crimes from a female perspective by revealing how much Bundy’s hatred of women clashed deeply with the feminist movement of the 1970s, culminating in the most famous crime story of our times. After nearly 40 years of silence, Elizabeth Kendall and her daughter Molly share their experiences with disturbing new details about Bundy, her attraction to women and an archive of never-before-seen family photos. Their stories will be joined by a chorus of other female voices, including some survivors of the Bundy attacks, coming forward for the first time with chilling details that will change the way of telling the story of this famous serial killer and will also trigger a discussion about gender politics, a hot topic of recent times...

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Spelling the Dream

This documentary follows four hopeful contestants and the decades-long success of Indo-American citizens in the most important national spelling contest...

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The Glorias

Based on the archive of the work of feminist Gloria Steinem. The film tells of the influence of her childhood spent traveling on her life as a writer, activist and organizer for women’s rights around the world...

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Helmut Newton-The Bad and the Beautiful

The life and artistic expression of photographer Helmut Newton is told through the testimonies of actresses and models who got to know him and work with this artist whose work was both an object of admiration but also of contestation...

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Shawn Mendes – In Wonder

A documentary that tells the exciting last years of the Canadian artist, his career, his path, and his brand new album “Wonder” expected for December 4, 2020. The documentary is a sincere look at a singer-songwriter and performer struggling with the pressures of celebrity and the emotional changes of coming of age. All this while the world watches him...

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The Bee Gees- How Can You Mend a Broken Heart

Anyone who imagines the parable of the Gibb brothers, namely The Bee Gees, as the unstoppable rise to success of the “king of disco music” will probably be disappointed or amazed. Because that of Barry, Robin, Maurice and Andy Gibb is a much more complex affair, full of ups and downs, of sudden changes and unexpected turns, as Frank Marshall exemplifies in How Do You Mend a Broken Heart. A classic musical documentary, which builds the sensational pages of his novel starting from the declarations of the protagonists, witnesses and heirs of a successful and customary phenomenon like the one that shocked the world forever in 1977...

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City Hall

City government affects almost every aspect of life. Most of us are unaware of this, or take for granted such basic services as the police, firefighters, health care, veterans affairs department, senior assistance, park maintenance, licensing for various professional activities, registration of births, marriages and deaths along with hundreds of other activities that protect Boston residents and visitors. The film shows the commitment of the city government of Boston to be able to offer these services. The film also explains the various ways in which the administration engages with citizens. Mayor Walsh and councilors are portrayed addressing a range of political priorities, including racial justice, affordable housing, climate action, and homelessness...

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Robin’s Wish

An intimate portrait of Robin Williams and his invulnerable spirit...

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Crazy, Not Insane

The documentary reconstructs the professional adventure of Dorothy Otnow Lewis, the American criminologist who has spent her life investigating the mentality of serial killers, first studying the effects of multiple personality disorders and then managing to have them recognized as such by the courts...

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Francesco

Francis offers a look at the most pressing challenges of the 21st century. The film asks profound questions about the human condition, immersing itself with compassion in the great problems of our time...

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