This magnificent film is not to be missed
Defend, Conserve, Protect follows the guerrilla navy the Sea Shepherd as it takes on Japanese whalers.
It’s close to amazing that this documentary about the late INXS frontman works as well as it does
Don’t miss this electrifying documentary.
This documentary that explores the shocking case John Wayne Gacy, the worst serial killer in American history.
Martin Scorsese’s new Netflix documentary explores Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue tour from the 1970s.
The Melbourne Documentary Film Festival has established a name for itself as a home for thought-provoking non-fiction films.
This must-see documentary is an explosive indictment of Australia’s systemic racism.
Untouchable charts the rise and fall of Harvey Weinstein, whose victims sparked the #MeToo movement.
Now not one but two films are on the way that will explore the final years of Adam Goodes’ career.
We recommend a bunch of environmental docos that explore different aspects of climate change.
School-aged students will be able to see the film for free on opening weekend, at Palace Cinemas locations across the country.
Tired of the endless waffle coming from our political leaders? These two films might be just what the doctor ordered.
These films are pawsitively excellent dogo-umentaries.
One Queensland man became a legend when he waged war against fracking companies.
Both films are compulsively watchable in a shield your eyes sort of way, appealing to the sadist in all of us.
Finally, four months after premiering in America, FYRE FRAUD is coming to Australia.
The reviews have so far been very positive – and claim the film contains new revelations.
This would not be the first time that the words “fever dream” and “Bob Dylan” have been used in the same sentence.
‘She got very angry with me and was like, “It’s not a gimmick.”‘
KoRn fans: listen up, because your week just got more interesting.
Here are our picks for the documentary streaming platform iWonder, which Flicks users can trial for 60 days.