Seymour Bernstein is an endlessly fascinating subject, but director Ethan Hawke is ultimately too respectful of his subject to probe any deeper to discover the man that lies beneath his moments of profound insight.
If you’re the type that likes end credit sequences that start with the words “TERRENCE MALICK PRESENTS” set to a Native American rap track, then The Seventh Fire is the documentary you’ve been waiting for. A slice-of-life story about living on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota, The Seventh Fire slowly reveals the extent to […]
“Bx46” is beautifully filmed and features hilarious and fascinating interviews with some of New York’s Fulton Fish Market employees, even though it sometimes has trouble establishing a consistent rhythm.
In this traditional but thrillingly effective documentary, Edet Belzberg tracks the history of modern genocide through the emotional and hopeful stories of five people fighting to stop it from happening again.