Tag Archives: documentary

Chris Claremont’s X-Men Documentary Now Available

Sequart Organization and Respect have announced their Chris Claremont X-Men documentary is now released, including on Vimeo and DVD. This is a very interesting looking documentary that, at least by looking at the trailer, has enlisted cosplayers to help tell some …

Ahead Of Image Comics Expo – The Image Revolution

Today, the Image Expo is being held on the West Coast. Which means under the cover of darkness comic creators more commonly associated with DC and Marvel and being hurried on and off planes, ready to announce their new creator-owned …

After Two Years We Get The Full PBS Documentary – Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle

We first heard about it almost two years ago as Superheroes: A Never-Ending Battle debuted at the 2011 New York Comic Con. But what we saw then focused only on the years 1938 to 1954. On October 15th 2013, PBS will be …

Watch: Official Trailer For Beatles Documentary Good Ol’ Freda

Freda Kelly was The Beatles trusted secretary for over ten years. In this new documentary she finally reveals all about her time with the band.

Emir Kusturica Set To Make A Documentary About Uruguayan President Jose ‘Pepe’ Mujica

Emir Kusturica looks set to follow his doc on Maradona with one on the Uruguayan president, but he may be squeezing a narrative feature in first.

Extraordinary Trailer For Baltimore Dirt Bike Documentary 12 O’Clock Boys

A documentary from Lotfy Nathan which explores the world of bike gangs in Baltimore.

Watch: Werner Herzog’s 35 Minute Texting and Driving Documentary

You can watch Werner Herzog’s new documentary, From One Second To The Next, right now.

Werner Herzog’s One Second To The Next Targets Texting And Driving

The Bavarian director’s next documentary focuses on the aftermath of drivers taking their eyes off the road for just a few seconds.

SeaWorld Issue A Statement That Blackfish Is “Inaccurate And Misleading”

A new documentary reportedly paints a very negative image of SeaWorld and, unsurprisingly, they’re not too happy about it.

First Look At Hardware Director Richard Stanley’s New Documentary, L’Autre Monde

The director of Hardware and Dust Devil is back with a new documentary about his experiences in the village of Montsegur.

Watch Over Ten Minutes Of Backyard Blockbusters, Documentary About Fan Films

The first extended sequence has been posted online in the pursuit of some publicity.

20 Minute Lincoln Documentary Should Help With Box Office And Oscars

More credible than many online featurettes.

Interview: Directing Searching For Sugar Man – Behind The Year’s Most Feted Documentary

An incredible true story.

New Trailer For Drew Struzan Documentary, The Man Behind The Poster

Drew Struzan is one of the most famous and beloved of movie poster artists and an exemplar of the painted style that seems to have been quite thoroughly quelled in studio marketing campaigns of recent years. Frank Darabont created a …

Teaser Trailer For Turtle Power, The Mutant Ninja Documentary

Self financed fan documentaries have grown in both number and stature over the last few years, and the Kickstarter era is only going to throw fuel on the fire. However, some are quite decent indeed, and I would tend to …

Review: Indie Game – The Movie Is Both An Invaluable Document And Really Very Exciting

Neill Milton writes for Bleeding Cool. This documentary film takes us into the world of independent video game development, and allows us to share the time chasing up crucial deadlines in the process of creating a video game either, solo …

Two Minutes From Kevin MacDonald’s Marley – Spliffs, Soccer And Songwriting

Now playing in cinemas across the UK, Marley is Kevin MacDonald‘s documentary profile of the Jamaican singer songwriter. Once upon a time Martin Scorsese was in charge of the film, then Jonathan Demme, but it was MacDonald who got it …

Despite The Gods Trailer – Into Jennifer Lynch’s Own Remarkable Heart Of Darkness

Very often the most memorable, and certainly the most dramatic, documentaries about filmmaking are the ones where everything seems to be going very wrong, the pressure seems to be getting very intense, and people seem to be on the verge …