Be Like Others is an interesting documentary that sheds some light into Iran’s stand on transsexuality, which lets individuals that want to change their gender get operated, opening a whole new can of worms.
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Terrific documentary based on the 1981 (revised 1987) book of the same name by Vito Russo that chronicles the portrayal of the LGBT community in Hollywood from the silent era through the early 1990s.
trailers/Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest
posted Friday, June 3rd, 2011
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Michael Rapaport takes the reigns of the documentary to give us a look at the behind the scenes drama that has followed A Tribe Called Quest for the past 20 years of making groundbreaking music since their 1998 public break-up.
The trailer for Conan O’Brien’s Can’t Stop — the documentary about what happened behind the scenes of his Legally Prohibited From Being Funny On Television tour — was released on May 23, 2011.
trailers/Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff Trailer
posted Monday, May 2nd, 2011
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A documentary highlighting the career of Jack Cardiff, which spanned nine decades of the first ten of moving pictures.
This documentary by Andrew Rossi chronicles one year behind the doors at one of the most recognized names in journalism — The New York Times.
In essence Turn It Up To 11 is a film about rock and roll, but it also takes on a life of its own as we get involved in the turmoil of making it big in Korea’s rock scene.
Annyong, Sayonara is a documentary following Ms. Heeja Lee, a Korean woman that lost her father when she was only 13 months old, back when her father was drafted by the Japanese army.
Super, Girls! is a documentary following a group of girls who are set to audition to get into Super Girl, China’s most popular pop idol-style type of show for girls, where people from different backgrounds try to get onto the show to fulfill their dreams of becoming famous and change their luck.
The Last Train Home is a documentary that follows the Zhang family during the most tumultuous time of the year in China, Chinese New Year week, where train stations are packed with people from all over the country trying to get back home.
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