War reporter Alex Quade's embed in Afghanistan and Iraq produced extraordinary insider footage of combat missions, and her boots-on-the-ground video is an important historical record. But her documentary jumps all over the place as much as she did.
Financial documentary that’s a David-and-Goliath-and-Goliath-and-Goliath tale of two financial titans, a hugely successful global company, and hundreds of thousands of ordinary people who lose their shirts chasing the American Dream.
Adapted from a stage monologue, with the addition of dramatized flashbacks, this autobiographical shaggy-dog tale from a shaggy man-child trying to grow up makes us see love and taxes each in a new way.
Insightful and well-explored documentary about comedians addressing the Holocaust and other ostensibly taboo topics lines up comedy legends, Holocaust survivors and others. You'll laugh until you cry. And vice versa.
Moving account of the little-known band at Paris' Bataclan concert hall the night of the terror attack, as the group emotionally prepares to return to the city. Actor Colin Hanks' second documentary feature shows a filmmaker of both empathy and skill.