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Zhou Hao Goes “All In” on the Nature of Documentaries | Film Review

A director explores the exploitative nature of documentary filmmaking in his latest work about childhood trauma

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The Light Inside

Director Khashem Gyal on film as a religion and how real culture is “inner” culture

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The Chinese Who Survived the Titanic

'The Six,' a new documentary executive-produced by James Cameron, reveals the hidden stories of six Chinese survivors aboard the Titanic

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Seeking Truths

A discussion with Chinese-Malaysian filmmaker Lau Kek Huat on identity and truths in documentaries

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Film: Desires and Deception

A pair of hit documentaries lay bare the desperate struggle to strike it rich in the world’s fastest-growing economy

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TWOC’s Films of the Year

From Bollywood to propaganda, here are our picks for 2017

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Dream Empire

A gripping exposé of the “rent-a-white-guy” industry

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Leap of Faith

A documentary team follows a Good Samaritan on a mission to save the suicidal

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Love and Lost | Film Review

A story of child abduction and a father's journey to find his son

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