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This documentary charts the artistic collaboration between the avant-garde dance troupe Pilobolus and author Maurice Sendak as they prepare the Holocaust-themed performance "A Selection." It's the first time the dance company has collaborated with someone outside the troupe, which leads to some tension. The occasionally stormy creative process is portrayed along with interviews, rehearsals and archival footage depicting the historical events from which the group takes its inspiration.Stream Full Movie
A documentary about the Canadian rock band Rush relates the group's 40-year history and examines its continuing popularity. Using extensive archival footage, it follows the resilient rockers, lead guitarist Alex Lifeson and singer/bassist Geddy Lee, from when they started the band in the late 1960s through to the present. A diverse group of interviewees, such as musician Billy Corgan, actor Jack Black and "South Park" creator Matt Stone, shares what makes the band so special.Stream Full Movie
In this documentary about personal and universal concerns, Adrian Grenier, who's in his early 20s, tries to determine the identity of his biological father. Based on what his mother has told him about her romantic past, he believes his father is a middle-aged man living in Ohio. But his mother says Grenier's father might actually be her current boyfriend. On the way to Ohio, Grenier stops to talk to non-family members about the essence of fatherhood.Stream Full Movie
This documentary film takes a critical look at the American invasion of Iraq in 2003 and the war that followed. The film includes extensive interviews with various military and government officials, many of whom worked under President George W. Bush during the beginning of the Iraq war. Filmmaker Charles Ferguson uses these first-hand accounts to suggest that the Bush administration, as well as the provisional government they instated in Iraq, have made crucial, irresponsible errors.Stream Full Movie