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Nina Burleigh

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Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina

In an interview, the director of Argentina, 1985 discusses the young legal team that brought down the country’s military dictatorship

Sons of Anarchy

How an F.B.I. informant stopped the gun-crazed, conspiracy-theorizing group behind the plot to kidnap Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer

Still Here

Treasure Island

Norse Myth

The new film Oslo neglects an essential detail about the diplomat it glorifies: his connection to Jeffrey Epstein

At Death’s Door

His Russian-doping story, Icarus, won the Oscar for best documentary. In a new film, Bryan Fogel reveals harrowing details of the Khashoggi killing

Strength in Numbers

Mosul’s Moment

A new film from the Russo brothers, directors of Avengers: Endgame, tells the story of the invasion of Iraq through the eyes and voices of those on the ground

Bad Lighting

Alexandra Pelosi’s latest documentary, American Selfie, offers a chaotic, unsettling snapshot of the times we’re living in

Out of Control

Filmed in secrecy in the months since the coronavirus outbreak, Alex Gibney’s new documentary delivers the true tale—and scope—of the U.S.’s failure

All the Rage