By Ameya Godse Mahatma Gandhi, one of the most prominent figures of the 20th century once quoted, “There is sufficiency in the world for man’s need but not for mans’ greed.” It’s truly amazing how far sighted his vision was, for the essence of this quote is sadly the way in which nearly everything functions around us. Today, the global apparel industry is nearly a $3 … [Read more...] about The True Cost documentary review
Tainted press, incompetent policing and the rise of social media hate: The Madeline McCann tragedy shows the best and worst of humanity By Gary Elbert Documentaries offer representations of reality but never can transmit the intrinsic complexity of reality. The Disappearance of Madeline McCann involved objective reality, the removal of a child, and subjective reality, the … [Read more...] about Review: Netflix’s The Disappearance of Madeline McCann
By Ameya Godse Amidst the multi-million dollar budget movies that recently hit the screens, and the star-studded actors that turned them into global blockbusters, a 40-minute documentary made its silent appearance on Netflix. The documentary was nominated for an Academy Award in the ‘Best Short Documentary Feature’ category. It talks about the most unbiased, unprejudiced and … [Read more...] about End Game documentary review
By Darren Casserly Recently, with the release of the Netflix series Sunderland ‘Til I Die, a fly-on-the-wall documentary following in the footsteps of Amazon’s Manchester City’s All or Nothing, many of us questioned if these kinds of productions are even worth watching or is just positive PR for the subject. Both of these documentaries follow the clubs' varying seasons, … [Read more...] about Football club documentaries: good TV or just good PR?