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With Liz Garbus’s 'The Fourth Estate' just days away from release, we’re here to highlight ten of the best shows about news organizations and the reporters behind them.

To people of a certain age, political documentary filmmaker Michael Moore represents the woke rebellion of their youth. Except as the years have dwindled miserably by it’s clear

The documentary feature 'Whitney' is an intimate, unflinching portrait of Houston and her family that probes beyond familiar tabloid headlines and sheds new light on the spellbinding trajectory

When 'Twin Peaks: The Return' arrived on screens last year, fans were met with a bittersweet final performance from Catherine E. Coulson as iconic character the Log Lady.

It’s coming up to Louis Theroux’s birthday on May 20 and we thought what better way to celebrate than to serve up a ranking of the best Louis

Netflix has a veritable feast of a back catalogue available to stream on command. We thought we’d ignore obvious hits such as 'Stranger Things' and Marvel’s exercises in

Providing a cinematic journey of LGBTQI lives, culture, and identity, each year Out on Film assembles a selection of films that attempt to capture just what it means

Born on May 15 1944, Danny Trejo is one of Hollywood’s oldest, most beloved, and prolific Hollywood B-movie stars. Having appeared in hundreds of TV shows and movies,

Today marks a big day for director Ron Howard, as he introduces the anticipated 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival. However, we’re here