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Director Tim Wardle's film about triplets separated at birth offers a surprising testament to the power of nurture over nature more

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Documentary on cinema icon Stanley Kubrick's personal assistant Leon Vitali is fascinating and disconcerting more

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Kevin Macdonald's authorized film Whitney paints a dimensionless portrait of the late pop icon more

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Documentary on the Oslo Accord shows how close we came to peace in Israel-Palestine... and then along came Netanyahu more

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Despite great access, Westwood offers a scattered and shallow look at the subversive British fashion icon more

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Doc about workers who scour social-media sites for objectionable images that might violate a site’s terms of service gets a superficial treatment more

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Documentary about a child monk and his mentor/servant’s journey to a Tibetan monastery is worth the trek more

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Netflix's updated version of the classic true-crime documentary series is a missed opportunity more

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Documentary tracking a war crimes trial packs a ton of info and issues into a powerful pic more

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Documentary about the master chef serves up international food porn and intriguing ideas about sustainability more

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Canadian-made documentary sidesteps the ugliness of human impact on the earth in favour of capturing nature's resilience more

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Morgan Neville’s film shows how the TV icon fearlessly dealt with profound issues on his show for preschoolers more

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Sophie Fiennes's vérité-style doc on the trailblazing musician and model has the stuff to become a cult classic more

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Director Liz Garbus and the team behind the four-part doc series about The New York Times talk transparency in the age of Trump more

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Sweet, gentle documentary looks at five young people in the Netherlands who don't fit the gender binary more

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Documentary on famed makeup artist seldom rises above formulaic territory more

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Scott Jones was paralyzed in an attack he said was homophobic, but authorities did not deem it a hate crime more

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Director Sara Driver was part of New York City’s burgeoning indie scene in the late 70s, so she should have done better more

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Wim Wenders doesn’t present a balanced portrait of the radical Catholic leader, but his subject’s spirit still shines through more

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Maya Gallus's film, which recently opened the Hot Docs Festival, shows women trying to create change from within a macho industry more

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