AWESOME DOCUMENTARIES WATCHED ON JULY 4TH HOLIDAY WEEK

a marathon of tears and gasps. This is in order in which I watched them, not a ranking, with some specific comments in hopes that peeps actually watch these docs one day.
  1. Stevie
    Entirely so good omg. If you are a filmmaker, you will learn so much from this film.
  2. Public Speaking
    On Fran Lebowitz. Directed by Martin Scorsese. There is a shot at the Grand Central that just shows what kind of director MS is.
  3. Larry Kramer in Love and Anger
  4. About Face: Supermodels Then and Now
    I lovessss fashion documentaryy
  5. Project Nim
  6. THIN
    On anorexia. Got too real it numbed my mind
  7. Captivated: the trials of pamela smart
    I think she is innocent!!! Cool thing about documentaries is that you can check on "where are they now" and more often than not, you gets more blown away by the recent updates. Pamela's teenage lover just got out of prison this year!
  8. Casting By
    Womyn in film biz rock!!
  9. Waiting for Superman
    I bawled
  10. Be Good, Smile Pretty
    I bawled from beginning to end. Proud to say the director is NU alum!
  11. Aileen: the selling of a serial killer
    ❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️must watch
  12. Aileen: life and death of a serial killer
    ❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️yas, this shit is so much bigger than Charlize Theron winning the oscar
  13. First Position
    I am a ballet geek even if I have never been to a ballet class in my life and this was my prime geeking out moment.
  14. Pina
  15. The Queen of Versailles
    Directed by Lauren Greenfield who made THIN. Again, so real. If you want to watch something like the Kardashians, Real Housewives, etc but learn something, this is it.
  16. Meet the Fokkens
    About twin ladies in their 60s in Amsterdam who made their choice.
  17. The Beaches of Agnes Varda
    I love older ladies speaking in European languages. So charming, same as in Meet the Fokkens