There’s something for everyone on DocPlay in November.
Three exclusive films and a series come to DocPlay in November, covering various themes. Two films explore the art of different kinds, one taking a look at NASA’s plans to head to Mars and another the crimes that have shaped and affected the world over the years.
Check out the list of movies, series and specials coming to DocPlay Australia below. Let me know in the comment section which ones you are excited to watch.
- Nam June Paik: Moon is the Oldest TV [Exclusive Film]
A creative and captivating portrait of the father of video art, the trailblazing Korea-born artist Nam June Paik, with actor Steven Yeun (Minari) reading Paik’s own words.
- Space: The Longest Goodbye [Exclusive Film]
Premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, this absorbing documentary considers the modern-day realities of space travel to probe the most unpredictable element of cosmic exploration: the vulnerability of the human mind.
- Crimes That Changed the World [Exclusive Series]
Spanning from the Age of Enlightenment to the end of the 20th Century, this three-part series examines spectacular crimes, including Lincoln’s assassination, Jack the Ripper, the Dreyfus affair, and the murder of Sharon Tate, whose impact rippled across the globe.
- Squaring the Circle [Exclusive Film]
From director Anton Corbijn (Control), Squaring the Circle tells the story of design studio Hipgnosis, the creators of some of the most iconic album covers of all time, including Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon and Paul McCartney and Wings’ Band on the Run.
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[Descriptions provided by DocPlay Australia]