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All The Best New Documentaries To Watch In 2020 On Netflix, Amazon, HBO, And More

2) Taylor Swift: Miss Americana This film about the famous singer-songwriter comes from Oscar-winning producer Morgan Neville and director Lana Wilson. It's advertised as a "raw and emotionally revealing look" at Taylor Swift as she and her career transform. The film debuts at Sundance Film Festival and streams on Netflix soon after. Taylor Hill - Getty Images

3) Assassins This documentary retells the killing of North Koreas Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of leader Kim Jong Un. The two mysterious female assailants, Doan Thi Huong of Vietnam and Siti Aisyah of Indonesia, were accused of working with a group of North Koreans and committing the murder. Sergei Bobylev - Getty Images


4) Saudi Runaway "A", the star of Saudi Runaway, is a young woman enduring harsh restrictions in Saudi Arabia. She secretly films her plot to escape her upcoming arranged marriage. She documents with her iPhone, often filming through her hijab, for intimate access. She collaborates with German filmmaker Susanne Regina Meures to create the vulnerable and riveting narrative. Filming her journey means she risks death, and you won't know if her escape plan succeeds until the very end of the documentary debuting at Sundance Film Festival. See the original post on Instagram See the original post on Instagram See the original post on Instagram See the original post on Instagram See the original post on Instagram sundanceorg@Instagram


5) The Perfect Weapon HBO's new documentary delves into the state of cyber warfare as the 2020 U.S. elections roll around. Based on the bestselling book The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage and Fear in the Cyber Age by New York Times correspondent David E. Sanger, the film chronicles "the rise of cyber conflict as the primary way nations now compete and sabotage each other." Director John Maggio won an Emmy for his last documentary. Matt Anderson Photography - Getty Images

 6) The Inn At Little Washington: A Delicious Documentary Debuting March 27 on PBS, the film follows self-taught chef Patrick OConnell as he chases a third Michelin star for The Inn at Little Washington restaurant. (Spoiler: He gets it and a James Beard Lifetime Achievement Award.) If you devoured Netflix's Chef's Table, this film is sure to satisfy. Desiree Navarro - Getty Images

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