Asif Kapadia on Diego Maradona, and how it's different from his previous two documentaries Senna and Amy
Academy Award-winning British Indian filmmaker Asif Kapadia opens up on interacting with Diego Maradona, who was the only alive subject of the three documentaries he has directed so far.
Aunty Sudha Aunty Radha review: Tanuja Chandra speaks volumes of sisterhood through 'a tale of two grannies'
Through her documentary Aunty Sudha Aunty Radha, Tanuja Chandra touches upon female coping, mortality, rural life, and dependence.
Shawn Mendes' documentary will premiere a few days ahead of the release of his fourth studio album, Wonder, which arrives on 4 December.
American Murder review: Jenny Popplewell’s Netflix documentary is clinically precise and ominously immersive
American Murder brilliantly traces behind-the-scene events that led to Chris Watts' confession of killing his pregnant wife and two daughters.
Written by Bruce Springsteen and directed by frequent collaborator Thom Zimny, his documentary will release on Apple TV+ on 23 October
Bad Boy Billionaires: Telengana HC to watch Ramalinga Raju episode before greenlighting Netflix release
On 2 September, a civil court in Hyderabad had issued an interim stay restraining Netflix from airing Bad Boy Billionaires on a petition filed by Ramalingam Raju, convicted in Satyam Computers scandal.
TIFF 2020: Greta Thunberg's documentary paints a teenager who wants to save the world from catching fire
It is when I Am Greta captures Thunberg on the move, highlighting how her personal anxieties stand in the way of her larger responsibilities, that its commentary is at its most compelling.
Paris Hilton says when she agreed to be the subject of the documentary, This is Paris, it was never her intention to speak about past abuses, but she opened up as she became more comfortable with director Alexandra Dean.
David Attenborough's new documentary warns humanity to save other species from mass extinction to protect themselves
At the start of the Extinction: The Facts documentary, Attenborough said, "We are facing a crisis and one that has consequences for us all."
Werner Herzog's Fireball covers the gamut of space rocks from the Black Stone at Mecca to Oumuamua, the first known interstellar object detected passing through the Solar System
Heart To Art: Across Borders — Anand Patwardhan's 2004 docu-short explores peace between two warring nations
With a running time of barely 10 minutes, one does need to look closely at Patwardhan's decision to release his documentary short at a time like this.
Father Soldier Son review: An intimate, gut wrenching portrait of an American family, manhood, and a nation at war
A New York Times documentary, Father Soldier Son spans 10 years in the lives of American soldier Barry Eisch and his sons Isaac and Joey.
Netflix India is dialling up the diversity with its new 2020 slate, says Monika Shergill, VP-Content
Monika Shergill talks about how the lockdown has benefited streaming, and how they maintain inclusivity and quality control at Netflix India.
Broadway stories from Bengal: Sujoy Prosad Chatterjee's new documentary, Spotlight, explores the vibrant theatre culture of Kolkata
Public theatre used to be an all-inclusive entertainment and cultural space for those not just in the city but also those in the hinterlands, says Chatterjee, recalling the spirited theatrical tradition of northern Kolkata.
Seasonal Wonderlands, on Sony BBC Earth, celebrates the natural world and offers escape from climate change reality
Seasonal Wonderlands, with technical brilliance, celebrates the inter-species connections holding up ecosystems of the natural world.
Lockdown: India Fights Coronavirus review — National Geographic documentary salutes unseen efforts of COVID-19 warriors
Billed as a virtually-produced feature, Lockdown: India Fights Coronavirus brings forth a moving account of the COVID-19 frontline warriors.
In Sindhustan, Sapna Bhavnani interviews people from the Sindhi community, and turned their stories into tattoos on her legs, thus becoming a human map of Partition.
Netflix's Trial By Media shows how tenets of entertainment have insidiously pervaded news, courtrooms, reality
The very first episode of the George Clooney-produced docuseries reexamines the 1995 murder of Scott Amedure by Jonathan Schmitz, and the reality TV circus that both fed and followed it.
Michelle Obama admits her speeches became more 'scripted' during the 2008 Presidential Election. However, in Becoming, she manages to do away with the teleprompter in her head.
Michelle Obama documentary Becoming to premiere on Netflix on 6 May, film chronicles her 34-city book tour
Michelle Obama said the experience of the Becoming book tour “drove home the idea that what we share in common is deep and real and can’t be messed with.”