Documentary

The Devil Went Home And Puked (2009) Robert Pollard, Documentary, Musical

The Devil Went Home And Puked (2009)
As one of the most respected and enduring alt-rock bands of all time, indie rock group Guided by Voices (of which Pollard was the creative voice) almost single-handedly kicked off the decade s ”low fi” craze of the 1990 s on the strength of such classics as Propeller and Bee Thousand making fans out of such renowned artists as Eddie Vedder and the Strokes in the process.

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Dead Birds (1963) Robert Gardner, Documentary

Dead Birds (1963)
This informative documentary focuses on the Dani people of New Guinea, and in particular tribal members Weyak and Pua. Weyak, an adult, protects the land his tribe lives on from other tribes and outsiders. Their territory was then one of the few places not colonized by Europeans.

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The Real Buddy Holly Story (1985) Richard Spence, Sonny Curtis, Paul McCartney, Larry Holley, Documentary, Music

The Real Buddy Holly Story (1985)
The complete video biography of rock’n’roll legend Buddy Holly, produced and hosted by Paul McCartney. This entertaining and enlightening show is the most definitive biography of Buddy Holly ever assembled, featuring interviews with members of The Crickets and many of Buddy Holly’s family and friends who knew him best. Includes rare performances and Paul McCartney performs several of Buddy Holly’s songs.

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Kz (2006) Rex Bloomstein, Documentary

Kz (2006)
Even after 60 years, there is much to be explored and shared about the Holocaust. Scores of documentaries valiantly record survivors’ harrowing testimonies or uncover a surprising new angle through archival research. But it’s still possible to feel numb to the unspeakable images and stories from this diabolical chapter of human history.

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