The Japanese film director, Nagisa Oshima is a glaring exception. Primarily known for his New Wave style of filmmaking, in many cases, Nagisa Oshima has brought up rebellious and underprivileged youths in his films. Compared to the usual subject matters of his films, it is interesting to see that his two documentaries focusing on Bangladesh, Joi Bangla (1972) and Rahman: Father of Bengal (1973), are different. He finds the intense glory of Bangladesh's achievements in the context of 1972-73 even when the country was in a war-torn condition following the war in his film Rahman: Father of Bengal.
Documentaries have always held the monumentally important, yet frequently overlooked.
Celebrating acclaimed Marvel maestro Stan Lee’s 100th birthday, Marvel studio honours their late vice president with a documentary film on his life, set to appear on Disney Plus next year. Confirming the news, Marvel Studios posted on a teaser of the documentary film on their Instagram account, saying “100 years of dreaming. 100 years of creating. 100 years of Stan Lee. Stan Lee, an Original documentary, is streaming 2023 on Disney Plus.”