Tag: documentary film

SXSW – We Interview The Heroes From Served Like A Girl

Served Like a Girl premiered at SXSW last week and it is a documentary that follows five female veterans and how they create a...

Hey Kids, Comics! #197 – Comicsumentary

The "Countdown to 200" continues with another great issue of Hey Kids, Comics! from The JediCole Universe!  This back issue brings the Cinelinx postings closer to the upcoming 200th episode of the show!

‘The Force Awakens’ documentary to premiere at SXSW

A making-of documentary about Star Wars: The Force Awakens is set to premiere March 14 at SXSW.

Vision Films Launches Nintendo Quest Documentary on Vimeo

Nintendo Quest is a new documentary launching today that shows what happens when two fans go on the hunt to track down and purchase all 678 games for the NES console.  If you're a gamer or collector, this may be worth checking out.  Come inside to learn more. 

Queens & Cowboys Documentary Debuting at 2014 Outfest

In today's Indie Beat, we've got word that the upcoming documentary Queens & Cowboys, which chronicles a year on the curcuit for Gay Rodeo competitions, will be making it's debut premiere at this year's Outfest film festival.  Come inside to learn more about the upcoming film!

Roger Ebert Documentary Depicts His Love of Film and Battle with...


Steve James’ documentary about the life and health struggles of the most popular film critic in movie history, Roger Ebert, will be released by Magnolia Films on July 4th of this year. The film will cover not only Ebert’s long career as a reviewer but also his battle with cancer of the thyroid and salivary glands.


DVD REVIEW: Nazi Collaborators: The Documentary Series

The Movie Pool reviews the incredible documentary series Nazi Collaborators on DVD!

‘2016 Obama’s America’ box office tally shocks Hollywood

2016: Obama's America finishes at #8 in the weekend box office derby, shocking Hollywood insiders.

Most Valuable Players DVD Review!

The Movie Pool gets gleeful over the Most Valuable Players DVD!

TMP Reviews: Inferno, The Expendables Documentary

Documentaries that follow the making of films tend to be boring, promotional "fluff" pieces that end up as special features on a DVD. In rare cases, a "making of" documentary becomes a great film itself, and is every bit as riveting and entertaining as the film it is based on. Inferno, a ninety minute documentary on the making of The Expendables, is such a film.

The Casual Cinecast Discusses 1917, The Oscars, and More

In this week's episode of the Casual Cinecast, the crew reviews Sam Mendes' 1917, share their hopes for 2020 in film, and break down...