In the middle of a string of many other films, but in the meantime:
Solid and very funny documentary about the "Lost Cause" worship of the South, manifesting in protecting Southern monuments to the Confederacy. Good stuff. Link to watch in my review: ★★★½ letterboxd.com/v9733xa/film/the-neutral-ground/
I liked that it gave a nice back story/origin story on her, but I agree, I think if this came out in chronological order (so sometime after Civil War, but before Infinity War), it would have hit harder. I'll miss ScarJo from the MCU
Impressionistic doc about what Puerto Rico faced after Hurricane Maria. No footage or the storm or disaster porn, just what occurred in the next two years. Great stuff. Link to watch in my review: letterboxd.com/v9733xa/film/landfall-2020/
Before Fyre Festival there was Woodstock 99. Fascinating to see what an absolute cluster fuck the event was, and the deconstruction of late 90s rock culture is eye opening. I've been to a couple of music festivals that felt pretty lawless at times, but nothing like this. Worth a watch.
Another film that's honestly not at all what you're expecting, but in somewhat of a worse way. I'm not calling it a bad film, but this is no hard-edged movie or legal thriller, it's a character study. That's fine, just be prepared. ★★★ letterboxd.com/v9733xa/film/stillwater-2021/