Repression Runs the Gamut in Late October Films

‘Camille Claudel, 1915,’ about a sculptress confined to an insane asylum, begins the run. There’s also the documentary ‘The Square’ about the Egyptian revolution and ’12 Years a Slave,’ based on a mid-19th century memoir of a free black man.

TV Documentaries Top Late July Film Releases

Check your local HBO and ESPN listings for such fascinating fare as “The Cheshire Murders,” “No Limits” and “Let Them Wear Towels.” Among late July theater openers, “Blackfish,” about a tragic death at SeaWorld, opens July 19.