The 2017 edition of the Tribeca Film Festival wraps up this weekend. As ever, the programmers have culled a potent batch of nonfiction movies, some of which should eventually make their way to a theater near you. In some cases they’ll be showing on TV.
Here’s a few highlighted documentaries that I reviewed for The Playlist:
- LA 92 — A Harrowing, Incendiary Epic of the 1992 Los Angeles Riots (premieres on National Geographic on April 30)
- The Public Image is Rotten — Anger is Still an Energy in John Lydon Doc
- A Gray State — When Fantasies Kill: The Murderous Madness of an Alt-Right Paranoiac
- The Reagan Show — A Comedic but Sober Documentary About Politics as Blooper Reel