10 Best Documentaries

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Long Strange Trip: You do not need to be a tie-dyed-in-the-wool Deadhead (though it definitely doesn’t hurt) to appreciate.

Quest: Jonathan Olshefski’s portrait of a family living in North Philadelphia starts with local record producer Christopher.

Faces Places: She’s a 89-year-old pioneer of the French New Wave and an elder stateswoman of world cinema.

LA 92: One of two in-depth looks back at the 1992 Rodney King case and its aftermath (you should also check.

‘Machines: First-timer Rahul Jain takes his cameras in a textile factory right,

Whose Streets: A boots-on-the-ground look at the aftermath of Michael Brown Jr.

The Work: At Folsom Prison, there’s a program called “Inside Circle” that, for four days, allows select individuals.

All These Sleepless Nights: And now for something completely different. Imagine the children of Marx and Coca-Cola updated.

Ex Libris: For 50 years and counting, Frederick Wiseman has been taking his cameras into army barracks.

Jim & Andy: Back in 1998, when Jim Carrey was getting ready to play Andy Kaufman in the biopic Man on the Moon.

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