A new Britney Spears documentary that includes bombshell allegations is set to premiere Friday night on FX and Hulu. Controlling Britney Spears is the follow-up to the team behind Framing Britney SpearsEmmy nominated The New York Times presents documentary that explored the singer’s conservatorship battle. The latest offering would featureRead More →

The International Documentary Association announced Tuesday, September 21 the 11 recipients of its 2021 In-Kind Documentary Screening Series Grant. First piloted last year, the grant has expanded in 2021 to support filmmakers from any historically excluded community, including but not limited to BIPOC, LGBTQ+, D/Deaf, and disabled filmmakers. IDA wishesRead More →

After serenading the world with his own brand of jazz for the past 18 months, Jim Clayton is looking forward to his first live concert in a long time. But it’s what the award-winning veteran jazz artist has been doing throughout COVID-19 that has won him applause from a gratefulRead More →

We believe education is the foundation of the Bitcoin journey, and the environmental argument made here is a powerful one. This film addresses the misconceptions about Bitcoin’s energy consumption. CALABASAS, CA (PRWEB) September 14, 2021 This Machine Greens, presented by Swan Bitcoin, is a documentary that explores Bitcoin’s complexRead More →

CALABASAS, Calif., September 14, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — This Machine Greens, presented by Swan Bitcoin, is a documentary that explores Bitcoin’s complex and nuanced relationship with energy. The film is directed by award-winning British filmmaker Jamie King and produced by Enrique Posner. The film will premiere on Swan’s YouTube channel atRead More →

It’s an enigma as old as live popular music itself. A veteran act wants to branch out, move forward and defy expectations, but fans want to hear from old favorites. It was the kind of challenge trumpeter Lee Morgan faced when he and his band played a two-week engagement atRead More →