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Whether you’re looking at it as a work of documentary filmmaking or a work of art, Cameraperson is a delightfully odd movie. Kirsten Johnson‘s film is more of a collage of her past work than anything else. The film is strung together with unused footage from some of Johnson’s many projects with little to no narration. It’s an oddly soothing watch that quietly reveals more about the force behind the camera than any talking head interview could.

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‘21 Years: Richard Linklater’

Learn how beloved films like Before Sunrise and Slacker went from idea to the big screen in the entertaining documentary 21 Years: Richard Linklater. Featuring exclusive interviews with frequent collaborators like Matthew McConaughey, Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy, and Jack Black, this engaging movie is an informative deep dive into the storied... Read more

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‘The Stanford Prison Experiment’

Based on the real research of psychologist Dr. Philip Zimbardo, this historical drama depicts Zimbardo’s famous work as he selects 24 male students to take on randomly assigned roles as prisoners and guards in a mock prison located in the Stanford psychology building’s basement. Featuring a strong ensemble cast that includes Billy Crudup... Read more

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‘GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling’

Learn all about the true story behind the women's professional wrestling league that inspired Netflix's new hit series with GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling! Featuring an entertaining mix of interviews and rare footage, the ladies who helped legitimize women's professional wrestling share the unbelievable details behind their... Read more

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