Documentaries Invade the Oscars International Race, Again

A year after “Honeyland” became the first film ever nominated in both the doc and international categories, seven more films are trying to do the same AWARDS BEAT “Collective” / Magnolia Pictures One year ago, the documentary “Honeyland” became the first film ever nominated for Oscars in both the Best Documentary Feature and the Best International Feature Film (or its

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Rep. Deb Haaland Wants You to Celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day by Casting Your Vote

When Rep. Deb Haaland won her seat in 2018, she made history alongside Rep. Sharice Davids as the first Native American women elected to Congress. Two years later, in the middle of a presidential election and with our country in crisis, the trailblazing politician shares her view on how we can all best honor Indigenous Peoples’ Day today. Haaland encourages

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Netflix fans set to be terrified by chilling true crime documentary Tiger King

An upcoming Netflix true crime series is set to leave viewers chilled to the bone. New documentary series Tiger King will follow the story of Joe Maldonado-Passage, a 57-year-old man in Oklahoma who presided over Oklahoma animal park as a wild animal keeper. Documentary fans may remember 'Joe Exotic' from his appearance on Louis Theroux series America's Most Dangerous Pets

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‘Seven Worlds, One Planet’ Trailer: David Attenborough Explores Earth’s Furthest Corners – Exclusive

David Attenborough will explore the far reaches of the planet on BBC America’s upcoming “Seven Worlds, One Planet” and IndieWire is exclusively premiering the trailer for the nature documentary series which will premiere on January 18, 2020. Each of the seven installments of the Attenborough-narrated series will focus on a particular continent and how it shapes animal behavior and biodiversity.

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Excited Cheryl buys first car and introduces fans to hot dad in Girls Aloud film

With a cap shading her trademark brunette locks and adorably clutching her paperwork, Cheryl Tweedy excitedly screamed about buying her first ever car back in 2005. In a newly resurfaced documentary – Girls Aloud: Home Truths – Cheryl and her bandmates introduced viewers to their parents and allowed cameras to follow them around their hometowms in the fly-on-the-wall film. In

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Ian Hyland on TV: Extreme Tribe was stark reminder of world without social media

Extreme Tribe: The Last Pygmies, C4 ★★★★ If you want a reminder of what a world without social media looks like, you should definitely catch up on this engrossing two-part documentary. In the absence of Twitter and Facebook, the members of the Congo’s Mbendjele tribe have a far simpler way of venting their frustrations and putting the world to rights.

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