The crew of Fake Famous generated followers for aspiring Instagram celebs, demonstrating the artifice of internet success.
Black Art, HBO’s documentary on Black visual artists, unwittingly demonstrates what a community gives up when it strives toward the mainstream.
The HBO true crime miniseries The Lady and the Dale argues that it’s just as important to highlight trans outlaws in addition to role models.
HBO’s weird and wonderful How To with John Wilson mines footage of everyday life for funny and surprising insights.
Here are a few of our favorites, including Watchmen, Pose, and more.
If the show’s analysis of racial tensions ends up falling apart, it will definitely be a case of too much liberalism on the brain.
Three new HBO documentaries probe the stories of the Statue of Liberty, the Bronx, and the Apollo Theater.
Asif Kapadia completes his trilogy of documentaries on fame with a portrait of the notorious footballer.
In season two, the show all but abandoned one of its most effective cinematic tools: music.
HBO and Sky UK’s Chernobyl draws from thorough research to evoke the fear and confusion surrounding the nuclear accident.
Robert Durst will soon be tried for murder in part because of HBO’s true crime series about him. What does it mean if the fact that the documentary was misleadingly edited impacts the verdict?
Last week’s episode of HBO’s The Deuce included the artist as an unnamed and unimpressed critic of an exhibition, which actually featured her own photos.