A new documentary reveals more of the truth about the controversial F1 boss and privacy campaigner than his tabloid enemies ever could.
Channel 4’s art show examines the appeal of horror films in a somewhat haphazard manner.
The ground-breaking book that chronicled an election, and the David L. Wolper Kennedy documentaries that it inspired.
The child preacher turned movie star tried to pull the rug from under evangelical con-men, but no one wanted to listen.
The mockumentary ghost story from 2009 has found a new audience – and new relevance in a world where no one knows what is real and what is fake.
The most notorious shockumentary of the 1970s gets an unexpected Hollywood makeover.
The mysterious, unexplored world of the strange and wonderful chika idol scene.
The TV series covering the major names from the final days of serious science fiction literature.
Sidney Bernstein’s documentary of concentration camp footage and the reconstructed version of the long-suppressed film.
Exploring the intersections of traditional burlesque, performance art and classic striptease, and just how far it is all removed from the modern, uptight burlesque scene.
Peter Watkins’ Vietnam-era study of protest, politics and punishment remains timely, but it’s too much in love with sloganeering to win over hearts and minds.