You may think you don't know the work of artist Wayne White, but if you watched videos or Pee-Wee's Playhouse, you probably do. In a new documentary, he talks about creativity and being a tough fit for the art world.
Monkey See posts about Silverdocs
We catch up on seven documentaries screened at Silverdocs, including an Ann Richards biography, a gripping AIDS account, and a meditation on communication through touch.
A new documentary shows what goes on in the emergency department of a large public hospital in Oakland. While they do handle some actual emergencies, much of the staff's time is spent providing primary care for the uninsured.
'Time Zero: The Last Year Of Polaroid Film' tells the story of how a bunch of artists got together to try to save the medium they loved.
The documentary The Imposter asks a very perplexing question about family and memory.
When Journey went looking for a new lead singer, they turned to the most obvious place: YouTube. What they found, a new documentary explains, was a bar singer from Manila who became the frontman of a quintessentially American band.
It's time again for the documentary festival that puts the "truth" in "truth is often much weirder than fiction."
A clip from Project Nim shows the confusion an animal raised by humans might feel when he met someone like himself.
A lovely short film about an unusual Bermuda institution is now yours for the viewing.
The documentary Being Elmo: A Puppeteer's Journey offers insight about the world of Sesame Street, but even more about the successful translation of an unusual talent into a profession.
ESPN Films uses sports documentaries to look at mass culture, and tonight's Catching Hell, about Cubs fan Steve Bartman, presents a terrifying story of mass hysteria and media goading.
PBS airs a documentary tonight that questions how two friends from Midland, Texas wound up arrested in Minnesota for domestic terrorism and the many ways their predicament could have been avoided.
The cricket documentary Fire In Babylon is a fine example of a good movie that's coming to consumers through distribution channels they might not know to check.
Attorney and filmmaker Susan Saldoff presents an argument in Hot Coffee, a documentary that uses the famous "McDonald's coffee case" as a jumping-off point for a broader discussion of the civil justice system.
Buck is the story of a man they call the "real-life horse whisperer," but his story is both more interesting and less maudlin than that might make it sound.