A Factual Guide to the Best (and Worst) Documentary Sequels

In honor of ‘Tiger King 2,’ we take a look at a handful of nonfiction franchises and determine whether the follow-up films are worth watching

In ‘Procession,’ Six Sexual-Abuse Survivors Turn Their Trauma into Movies

Documentarian Robert Greene discusses the extraordinarily cathartic creative collaboration he underwent with his subjects — and why he thinks it’s up to the audience to complete their film

What Mexico’s Police Force Can Teach Us About Ours

Filmmaker Alonso Ruizpalacios talks about his documentary ‘A Cop Movie,’ which combines actors and real-life police officers to explore how hard it is to be a good cop in a corrupt system — no matter what country you live in

In ‘The Sparks Brothers,’ the Mystery of the Band’s Sibling Dynamic Remains

Ron and Russell Mael don’t go in for a lot of introspective soul-searching. Their great new documentary, now on Netflix, honors their enigmatic nature while hinting at the brotherly bond that’s sustained their adventurous music for 50 years