Documentary on Stanley Kubrick: yes!

 
 
What king of person would fabricate a story about surviving the 9/11 World Trade Center attack, and then go on to lead a survivor group? Watch this documentary to see for yourself...
 
 
Follow a varied handful of horse trainers as they take wild mustangs from the open fields to a competition and auction in the Extreme Mustang Makeover Challenge; it's great: loved it!
http://www.wildhorsewildride.com/
 
 
Lauren Greenfield's riches to rags documentary about David Siegel, the time share mogul (who takes credit for George Bush being elected president) and his trophy wife: it's hard to feel sorry for them... Intimate look at a family in transition, and the great recession.http://www.magpictures.com/thequeenofversailles/
 
 
Director Marie Losier reveals the strange story of avant garde industrial music pioneer, Genesis P-Orridge, (Psychic TV, Throbbing Gristle) and his performance artist wife, Lady Jay Breyer. Yes.
http://www.balladofgenesisandladyjaye.com/
 

THE INVISIBLE WAR

11/16/2012

 
Rape is an epidemic in the military; as if fighting the enemy isn't enough. More than a documentary: it's a social movement, check it out.
http://invisiblewarmovie.com/
 

CHIMPANZEE

10/27/2012

 
Short, sweet, beautifully filmed Disney documentary narrated by Tim Allen about a family of chimps living in the Taï National Park, Ivory Coast. 
http://disney.go.com/disneynature/chimpanzee/
 

MY TRIP TO AL-QAEDA

10/11/2012

 
Alex Gibney brings journalist Lawrence Wright's one-man-play to the masses: love it!
 
 
Loving documentary about Phyllis Diller, and her final show. Not a ton of archival footage, but plenty of photos; funny: see it!
 

THE WOODMANS

6/17/2012

 
Documentary about a family of artists coping with the fame and grief created by their youngest child, photographer Francesca Woodman, who committed suicide at age 22. 
http://www.thewoodmansmovie.com/