Review: What Happened Miss Simone?

What Happened Miss Simone? released in 2015. I don’t know how I missed it. I was certainly interested, as this post with the trailer proves. I recently stumbled on it on Netflix in their Black Films category and watched it.

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Review: RBG, the Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary

RBG explores the life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ginsburg is a towering figure in American life and an active justice on the Supreme Court of the United States.

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To Free Your Mind Watch The Social Dilemma

The Social Dilemma is a must see documentary for every social media user. It’s currently available on Netflix.

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Review: Athlete A

Athlete A is a documentary about the investigation by the Indianapolis Star into sexual abuse by Dr. Larry Nassar. He was the doctor for the USA Gymnastics team and abused over 500 young girls in his time there.

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Review: Untouchable

Untouchable tells about the rise and fall of Harvey Weinstein. It talks about the tactics he used to gain and hold power. A few of the women who were his victims shared their stories. The journalists who finally exposed him in the press were interviewed.

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Review: Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins

Raise Hell: The Life & Times of Molly Ivins takes us through the outspoken journalist’s career from her childhood to her death at age 62. I wish she was still with us – her voice was brilliant and funny and sharply insightful.

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Review: Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution

Crip Camp is the first production I’ve seen from President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama’s production company Higher Ground. I was curious to see what kind of material they were interested in creating. This documentary is the story of the fight for disability rights.

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Review: Leonard Cohen: I’m Your Man

Leonard Cohen: I’m Your Man is a 2005 documentary that found its way to Amazon Prime Video recently. His music will never grow old or cease to incite wonder. This documentary is a good reminder of that.

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Exclusive: Interview with Sarah Moshman about her new film ‘Nevertheless’

Nevertheless takes an intimate look at seven people who experienced sexual harassment. It’s a look behind the headlines of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements with real, personal stories. Director Sarah Moshman answered some questions from Old Ain’t Dead about the upcoming documentary.

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Review: Birders

The documentary, Birders, is a mere 40 minutes long. It never mentions politics, but it’s political nevertheless.

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