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Black Twitter: A People’s History

May 15, 2024

As one of the few still holding on to Twitter, I can truly say that Black Twitter is what keeps me coming back. It's a…



February 21, 2024

Focuses on Ray Trapani who provides honest commentary throughout the documentary on why they did what they did and how they got away with it.…


American Nightmare

January 30, 2024

Not a fun time, but a true story about something horrible that happened to people that serves as a reminder that institutions and authorities don’t…


The Lady Bird Diaries

November 22, 2023

A lovely documentary about the only First Lady I've ever met (FLEX!) and how influential and misunderstood she truly was.


Jury Duty

May 10, 2023


Monster Factory

March 22, 2023

This short pro wrestling docuseries has everything: tragedy, comedy, and unexpected heartfelt storytelling that will leave you wanting more.


Lowndes County and The Road To Black Power

March 1, 2023

This documentary ticks all the boxes. Riveting storytelling. First hand accounts. A narrative that keeps you on the edge of your seat even though it…


The Pez Outlaw

January 25, 2023

You have to embrace the excellent happy documentaries wherever you can find them. This is 90 minutes of pure delight. A heist story meets David…


The Volcano: Rescue from Whakaari

January 11, 2023

This documentary from one of the best, Rory Kennedy, will take you through all the stages of grief when ordinary folks are forced to become…


Fire of Love

December 7, 2022

Science love story or nature being its most brutal? It's both.