In honor of the 2012 Olympic games, Tom Roston gives us his top five favorite sports documentaries. Did yours make the cut?Continue reading this entry »
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Documentaries have started to assert that they, like their Hollywood cousins, can be more than simply ‘engaging.’ Doc Soup Man Tom Roston says they can be entertaining diversions too.Continue reading this entry »
The numbers are in. It may not be a knockout, but nonfiction is our Round One champ!Continue reading this entry »
It’s a film showdown: fiction films versus documentaries. POV’s Doc Soup Man Tom Roston and indieWIRE’s Anne Thompson take their differences into the ring. Which side are you on?Continue reading this entry »
It’s been said many times before — heck, I’ve said it more times than I could count — that truth is stranger than fiction. But that doesn’t mean that fiction can’t sometimes trump truth. Take, for example, the retelling of Aron Ralston’s (pictured, far right) true-life story of falling in a canyon in Utah andContinue reading this entry »