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Non-fiction features and programs, often stranger than fiction, and just as dramatic or comical…

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McQueenMcQueen (2018)
Dir. Ian Bonhôte, Peter Ettedgui
Documentary about the extraordinary life and work of British designer Alexander McQueen, whose fashion shows, described as "savagely beautiful", provide the centerpieces of a portrait that also incorporates candid interviews with those closest to him.
Three Worlds of Jacques Cousteau, TheThree Worlds of Jacques Cousteau, The (1956-1976)
Dir. Jacques Cousteau, Louis Malle
A trilogy of award-winning documentary feature films from famed oceanogragher, Jacques Cousteau. The Silent World (1956) won the Palm D'Or at Cannes and is noted as one of the first films to use underwater cinematography to show the ocean depths in colour, shot aboard his ship, Calypso. The film later…
Cruise, TheCruise, The (1998)
Dir. Bennett Miller
A wonderful insight into life in New York City in the late 1990's through one of the cities eccentric characters - Tim "Speed" Levitch, a tour guide for Manhattan's Gray Line double-decker buses. He talks fast, is in love with the city, and dispenses historical facts, architectural analysis, and…
WhitneyWhitney (2018)
Dir. Kevin MacDonald
The latest documentary to explore the troubled world of pop singer Whitney Houston, with her breathtaking musical talents playing second fiddle to the tragedies of familial abuse and drug addiction that plagued her life.
Elvis Presley: The SearcherElvis Presley: The Searcher (2018)
Dir. Thom Zimny
The definitive film about Elvis Presley, from his childhood in Tupelo right through to the final 1976 Jungle Room recording sessions. Includes never-seen-before photos, videos and interviews with Priscilla Presley and many of the producers, engineers and musicians who worked with him.
Human FlowHuman Flow (2017)
Dir. Ai Weiwei
Cherished iconoclastic artist Ai Weiwei directs this unflinching documentary exploring the global refugee crisis. With brilliant cinematography by Christopher Doyle and others, the film avoids the preachiness of voice overs, and it's strength is letting some extraordinary and at times heartbreaking images…
Leaning into the WindLeaning into the Wind (2017)
Dir. Thomas Riedelsheimer
Equally worthy follow-up to the director's previous film about Andy Goldsworthy, RIVERS AND TIDES, again providing a meditative and vibrant experience of the creations of this extraordinary environmental artist.