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Blu-ray Review: Neil Young Journeys

Demme captures Young on the road during the Le Noise tour in Ontario, Canada. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Dust Bowl

Ken Burns tells the story of Americans surviving a self-induced disaster. Read More »

TV Review: American Masters – Philip Roth: Unmasked

Philip Roth: Unmasked debuts on PBS in honor of the writer's 80th birthday. Read More »

DVD Review: The Qatsi Trilogy – The Criterion Collection

Godfrey Reggio's experimental documentaries about life with nary a word of dialogue get a royal upgrade. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Africa

Africa shows us how the continent has changed, and provides a reason to preserve the varied life within. Read More »

DVD Review: Bully (2011)

Bully should be seen by kids, parents, and educators, even where bullying may not be considered a problem. Read More »

DVD Review: The Imposter

The Imposter proves that what goes on behind closed doors (and minds) is more horrifying than the scariest horror movie Read More »

DocU: The Intersection of Documentary and Journalism

Are you a documentary filmmaker. Lawyer up. They're coming for you. Read More »

TV Review: Mr. Cao Goes to Washington

A Congressman seeking re-election is forced to make some tough decisions in a new PBS documentary. Read More »

Television Review: Magical Mystery Tour Revisited & The Magical Mystery Tour

The impeccably restored version of the film is a treat that will help remind you what made The Beatles special. Read More »