The classic doco has more than a few parallels with Shia LaBeouf's newie, The Company You Keep.
Henry Reynolds’ new book explores the dark history of Australia’s Frontier Wars and finds that Australian history is in denial.
Documentary makers in Iran have been subjected to strict censorship of their work. That could change, writes James Rose
James Rose takes a very literal look at the institutions which shape our national narrative in the second part of this series on national identity.
It's no secret that big business plays a role in governance, but Dollarocracy shows just how deep those ties run, writes James Rose.
If a nation is constructed on the stories it tells itself, who is making the editorial decisions? James Rose examines the role of government-funded bodies in storytelling.
Heavy metal pioneer Bobby Liebling's life should make for a grim documentary. But as James Rose writes, there are plenty of heartwarming moments among the pentagrams and candles.
Josh Oppenheimer's doco The Act of Killing, which shows perpetrators of Indonesia's "anti-communist" genocide reenacting their own crimes, is shocking viewing. James Rose spoke with Oppenheimer about mixing surreality and artifice.