Many are aware of Woody Allen's love of Bechet and Bergman, but sometimes he voices appreciation for others and not a single solitary soul notices. We wanted to call your attention to a few documentaries you may have missed that fall into the category of "under the radar." Each of the following features some commentary from Allen.
Brother Theodore, a documentary about comedian Theodore Gottleib.
Sid Caesar: Inside the Writer's Room looks back on the man and his variety program.
The Marx Brothers in a Nutshell features some reflection from Allen on comedy's first family.
Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures is a recent look at the famous director.
Sidney Bechet: Treat it Gentle is an homage to the jazz great.
The Outsider is a film in tribute of director James Toback.
Most recently is Glass: A Portraint of Philip in Twelve Parts. Around the same time as this documentary was being made, Glass wrote the score for Allen's Cassandra's Dream.