The streaming giant is increasingly relying on explainer-type series like Explained and History 101, but their supposed objectivity masks worrying biases.
The paper’s supposed act of transparency around its endorsement of Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren was in fact a cynical attempt to drum up interest amid low enthusiasm.
Some of the best films at the Montreal International Documentary Festival explored themes of wasted potential and the relationship between humanity and the planet.
YouTube creator Syrmor talks to people in an online social game. Their stories are often harrowing and emotional — even though they’re coming from the mouths of cartoon characters.
The Weekly, the paper’s documentary venture with FX, is well made but overly reliant on “Truth” branding.
As more people die but their internet presences linger, we have to find ways to grapple with these documents of who they were.