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Diane Weyermann, ‘Inconvenient Truth’ Producer and Participant Veteran, Dies at 66

Diane Weyermann, the passionate Participant executive and driving force behind such resonant documentaries as the Oscar-winning An Inconvenient Truth, Citizenfour and American Factory, has died. She was 66. Weyermann died Thursday in New York after a battle with cancer, Participant announced. Weyermann exited the Sundance Institute’s Documentary Film Program to join Participant in 2005, soon […]

‘A Wilderness of Error’: TV Review

Marc Smerling's FX adaptation of Errol Morris' book A Wilderness of Error,  about the Jeffrey MacDonald murder case, is less a mystery documentary than an investigation of the true crime genre.

Errol Morris Sets Timothy Leary LSD Doc at Showtime

Showtime Documentary Films has picked up a new feature documentary from Oscar-winning 'Fog of War' director Errol Morris about Timothy Leary, the high priest of LSD, to premiere later this year.

‘Enemies of the State’: Film Review | Tribeca 2020

THR review: In 'Enemies of the State,' director Sonia Kennebeck ('National Bird') delves into the case of a hacker's alleged persecution by the U.S. government.

‘Purple Rain,’ ‘Amadeus,’ ‘Boys Don’t Cry,’ ‘Clerks’ Enter National Film Registry

'Purple Rain,' 'Amadeus,' 'She's Gotta Have It' and 'Clerks' — this year's biggest public vote-getter — plus seven films directed by women, including 'Boys Don't Cry,' are among the latest cinematic treasures chosen for the Library of Congress' National Film Registry.

Errol Morris Defends Making Doc ‘American Dharma’ to Understand Steve Bannon

Renowned documentarian Errol Morris faced what he called a “hostile press” in Venice at a press conference for his new documentary, 'American Dharma,' an in-depth look at former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon.

‘American Dharma’: Film Review | Venice 2018

The unflappable documaker Errol Morris interviews an incendiary Steve Bannon in 'American Dharma.'

Errol Morris Tackles Steve Bannon in New Doc: “It’s Kind of a Horror Movie”

With 'American Dharma' set to premiere Sept. 4 at the Venice Film Festival, Errol Morris says he's expecting backlash from both the left and right: "There's going to be something in this movie to offend everybody."

Errol Morris Digs Deep into History in New Miniseries ‘Wormwood’

Produced for Netflix, the series from the Oscar-winning documentarian explores a 60-year cover-up by the CIA.

Errol Morris on the “Disturbing” Rise of Fake News

"Truth hasn't been obliterated, much as they would like to try, politically," says the 'Wormwood' director, who is being honored at AFI Fest, as he dishes on how doc filmmaking has changed since the start of his prolific career.

AFI Fest to Pay Tribute to Errol Morris

The fest also announced centerpiece gala screenings for 'Call Me by Your Name,' 'The Disaster Artist' and 'Hostiles.'

First-Look Trailer: Errol Morris Explores CIA’s Secret LSD Experiments in Netflix Doc

The Oscar-winning filmmaker is bringing the six-part series 'Wormwood' to the streamer in December.