Ava Duvernay’s Origin has been criticised for not being a documentary, but it works best as a docudrama. Here’s why.
Thank You Very Much, Alex Braverman’s documentary on anti-comedian Andy Kaufman, is a simplistic but effective retelling.
In Oppenheimer, fact and spectacle are at war and Christopher Nolan’s fractured man trope can’t disappear within his usual grand fiction.
Afire is an uneven but blisteringly barbed drama that tackles the creative process of a narcissistic, toxic writer.
The Lesson is a diverting, fun thriller that leans too lightly on the campy schlock needed to elevate it.
The Future is a high concept sci-fi drama that collapses under the weight of grand ambitions.
Copyright Infringement is as joyous and as rebellious as CJ Hendry, the viral artist it documents.
Your Fat Friend is a moving documentary on anti-fatness through the myopic lens of author Aubrey Gordon’s journey.