Roadrunner director Morgan Neville wants to understand famed chef and travel guide Anthony Bourdain’s death; the audience wants to understand Bourdain. The Ringer is examining the documentary from all angles.
Jul 15, 2021, 3:08pm EDT
July 20, 2021
The Double-Edged Ethics of the Anthony Bourdain Documentary ‘Roadrunner’
How do you navigate the thin line between honesty and exploitation in telling the stories of those who aren’t in a position to tell them themselves?
July 19, 2021
Anthony Bourdain, ‘Roadrunner,’ and the Persistent Burden of Fame
The new documentary on the famed chef is a glimpse into a singular life, but in many ways, it’s a story we’ve become sadly all too familiar with
July 16, 2021
The Wondrous Life of Anthony Bourdain, Clouded in Documenting His Death
‘Roadrunner’ director Morgan Neville wants to understand Bourdain’s death; the audience wants to understand Bourdain. He was an author and host but more importantly a guide. A travel guide, yes, but more so a master or tutor.
July 15, 2021
The Return of the Movie Auction!
Sean, Amanda, and Chris bid on 2021’s upcoming movie slate, and Morgan Neville stops by to discuss his new Anthony Bourdain documentary
July 15, 2021
Remembering Anthony Bourdain, Three Years Later
Dave and Chris bring in ‘Roadrunner’ director Morgan Neville to reflect on food media titan Anthony Bourdain’s life, career, death, and legacy