It was a June weekend of 1967 when the Monterey Pop festival kicked off. It was, for many, the start of the summer of love
Imagine a man who stands at just five-feet, four inches but can twist a horseshoe with his bare hands, or stop a plane from taking off with his hair, meet Joseph Greenstein.
Sonia Warshawski is a diminutive 91-year old woman from Kansas who, no doubt, you will not have heard of unless you are from the area. But you should, you really should.
Italian American Tao Ruspoli, a man with a fascinating and hugely complicated back-story, takes us on a journey to see whether we were ever meant to be with just one person.
What makes a good documentary? Is it the learning you gain from watching? The desire to act after seeing it? The sense of injustice? Can it be good without any of those?
Pearl Jam: Let’s Play Two follows the band Pearl Jam, obviously, as they head back to Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs baseball team, to play a gig in 2016.
Welles Remy Crowther isn’t a name a lot of people (myself included) will be familiar with. He isn’t a soccer star or a basketball player or an actor, but he is a hero.