Funny, inspirational, disturbing, and sometimes shocking, learn more about this broad and diverse category of films that in one way or another present a "slice of life."
The Imposter (2012) - Looking into the Lens
By Tony Zhou
Grizzly Man: How Documentaries Speak | Video Essay
By Big Joel
F for Fake (1973) - How to Structure a Video Essay
By Tony Zhou
How Werner Herzog Masters Storytelling
By This Guy Edits
Sherman's March in 2017 - Brows Held High
By KyleKallgrenBHH
Some Kind of Connection- the Up Series
By The Royal Ocean Film Society
The Eagle Huntress: Crash Course Film Criticism #12
By CrashCourse
The Use of Interviews in Documentaries - Video Essay - "The Act of Killing" & "The Thin Blue Line"
By Taidgh Richards
1922: How Robert Flaherty Invented the modern documentary
By One Hundred Years of Cinema
Comparing Scenes from Oliver Stone's Snowden and Citizenfour
By Thomas Flight
Ava DuVernay | '13TH' Press Conference | NYFF54
By Film at Lincoln Center
Cameraperson to Person: A Video Essay
By Connor Bateman
CITIZENFOUR: Laura Poitras and Ben Wizner in Conversation with Brian Lehrer
By Ford Foundation
F for Fake: A Visual Study
By Benjamin Sampson
How Ken Burns Captures History (And Why That Matters)
By Like Stories of Old
Director Martin Scorsese on what inspired him to make Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story
By Netflix
Jim Carrey Is An Asshole Method Actor (Jim & Andy)
By NitPix
The Inner Chronicle of What We Are – Understanding Werner Herzog
By Like Stories of Old
The Stylistic Trademarks of Werner Herzog
By Fandor
The Thin Blue Line – Finding Truth in Lies
By Tyler Mowery
Under the Influence: Morgan Neville on F FOR FAKE
By criterioncollection
Werner Herzog and Errol Morris talk about "The Act of Killing"
Werner Herzog and The Ecstatic Truth
By Haven Of Singles
Werner Herzog Takes Us Inside His New Film 'Lo and Behold' | WIRED
Why Chef’s Table Gives Us Goosebumps
By Observatoire
William Friedkin and Induced Documentary Style
By Haven Of Singles