“We all get dressed for Bill,” says Vogue editor Anna Wintour. The “Bill” in question is New York Times photographer Bill Cunningham. For decades, this bike-riding cultural anthropologist has been obsessively chronicling fashion trends and high-society charity soirées. Bill Cunningham New York is a telling portrait of a dedicated and eccentric artist, and of the city itself.
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Fifty years after her death, two boxes of Marilyn Monroe's private writings were discovered in the home of her acting coach, Lee Strasberg. In this documentary by Academy Award-nominated...
Mordecai Richler: The Last of the Wild Jews
An in-depth look at the personal life and work of controversial Canadian writer Mordecai Richler.
The Story of Women and Art
Why are so few paintings by women in the world's museums and galleries? In this three-part series, professor Amanda Vickery rescues female artists from the shadows of...
The Genius of Palaces
In this fascinating three-part series, historian Dan Cruikshank takes us behind the gilded doors of Britain's most magnificent palaces. Dan decodes the artistic languages of...
I Am Not A Rock Star
What happens to child prodigies when they grow up? Since the age of five, Marika Bournaki has been focused on becoming a world-class pianist. This candid documentary follows...
Karsh is History
Featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of some of Yousuf Karsh's most famous images, this film portrays Karsh's singular career and illuminates the myriad meanings we...
Travelling along the Pacific Northwest coastline from LA to Vancouver, this stunning documentary showcases the pioneers...