Tagged: genre: documentary
Ron Fricke delivers another gorgeous documentary that allows us to travel the world and experience new things, even if it is a little preachy sometimes.
ABC’s broadcast of Spike Lee’s documentary on Michael Jackson’s work on Bad to celebrate its 25th anniversary.
Ten no Shizuku (天のしずく) is a documentary by Atsunori Kawamura (河邑厚徳) that follows cooking expert and essayist Yoshiko Tatsumi (辰巳芳子), considered a pioneer in home-cooking research.
In 2009, Ugandan politician David Bahati introduced a draconian bill that would make homosexuality in the country punishable by death. Moreover, anyone who knowingly harbored a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender person — or “kuchu” — would also be held criminally accountable.
The YAM Magazine writers decided to take a look at our Top15 Films of 2011 released on December last year and see how our tastes have changed since then.
Stéphane Carrel follows fashion designer Paul Smith to explain the idea of “maximizing Britishness,” which is the backbone of the brand he’s built for decades.
I got the chance to speak to Raposdy, hip-hop’s newest spark of inspiration. We discussed everything from her inspirations to where she wants to take her work in the future.
This was a week full of fandom movies and also features two of my favourite comic book kids, and all was going fine until Hiddles happened. He sure loves his fans as much as they love him.
This inspirational documentary takes a look at the life and work of master sushi chef Jiro Ono.
Three Stars is Lutz Hachmeister’s attempt to lift the veil surrounding the world of those who managed to climb to the pedestal of that sacred publication, holiest of all grails for most aspiring and confirmed chefs: the Michelin Guide.