EXCLUSIVE: Bob Hercules, who co-directed the Peabody-winning American Masters bio-documentary Maya Angelou: And I get up anywaywill co-produce and co-direct tom who, a documentary about the career of late-night talk show icon Tom Snyder. Pre-production began this week on the project, which is co-produced and co-directed by Snyder’s daughter, AnnRead More →

“OnesAll,” from documentary filmmaker Adam Santovac, will look into the lives and musical careers of the family members behind the popular Tucson band. OnesAll Band was formed over ten years ago by Jordan Stafford and includes his parents John Stafford and Kathi McKay, brother Brock Lange and family friend AbelRead More →

According to the deadlineDisney’s Onyx Collective and ABC News jointly acquired replicaa documentary film that won the Sundance Film Festival’s Special Jury Prize for American Documentary for Impact for Change when it debuted last month. What is happening: The latest film from directors Paula Eiselt and Tonya Lewis Lee willRead More →

Documentary ‘Comfort’ tells untold story of former ‘comfort women’ The late Kim Soon-ak stars in the documentary film “Comfort” directed by Park Moon-chil (Daegu Gyeongbuk Independent Film Association) The late Kim Soon-ak had testified about her experience living as a wartime Japanese military sex slave, as well as her lifeRead More →

Premiering at SXSW 2022, “Still Working 9 to 5” is a documentary film based on the cult movie “9 to 5” “Still Working 9 to 5” World Premiere at SXSW 2022 Documentary starring Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Dabney Coleman. “Still Working 9 to 5” explores why inequalityRead More →

Celebrate Black History Month at SOPAC’s Herb + Milly Iris Gallery with photography by local notable, Patrick Hilaire. The Light exhibition [+Sound]exhibited from February 1 to 28, features 25 of Hilaire’s superb black and white portraits of jazz musicians. The late Grammy-winning jazz musician Roy Hargrove. Photo by Patrick HilaireRead More →

In 1959, saxophonist Ronnie Scott opened a small basement club in London’s West End. Scott and fellow saxophonist Pete King dreamed of opening a club modeled after New York’s 52nd Street jazz scene. From its humble beginnings 60 years ago, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club would become the cornerstone of theRead More →

Celebrating the inaugural class of rabbis graduating from the Reform movement’s Hebrew Union College in 1883, a famous dinner party in Cincinnati offered an outrageously decadent menu. Known to history as the Trefa Banquet, his courses represented a culinary challenge to kosher laws, featuring trif – or non-kosher – foodsRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS, January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Conversations about school choices have had a critical impact on communities of color, but have traditionally been led by people outside the black community. That’s starting to change this National School Choice Week, as community leaders and families come together for the first ofRead More →

INDIANAPOLIS, January 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Conversations about school choices have had a critical impact on communities of color, but have traditionally been led by people outside the black community. That’s starting to change this National School Choice Week, as community leaders and families come together for the first ofRead More →

Durham, North Carolina – The 25th Annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival will be entirely virtual in 2022. Event organizers announced on Wednesday that the festival would be held online due to the “continuing and unpredictable realities of the coronavirus pandemic.” “Nothing can replace the magic of screening movies togetherRead More →

The Indo-Italian documentary film ”SAMA: Symbols and Gestures in Contemporary Art from Italy and India, VOL I” will be screened here on December 9th. Filmmaker Onir and Italian director Alessandra Galletta co-directed the documentary film which explores the world of contemporary art in India and Italy. The film will haveRead More →

Official trailer for the documentary film “Great Balloon Bomb Invasion” by Alex Billington December 2, 2021Source: Youtube “If we find something, they need to understand how dangerous it could be…” Discovery has released the official trailer for the documentary film Big invasion of explosive balloons, which is now available toRead More →

The documentary Paradigm of Money exposes that due to corporate greed, … [+] Corruption and regulatory capture, the transfer of wealth from the middle class to the one percent is no surprise. Erich Robert Joli Weber Creative Commons Share alike 3.0 License Shortly after Hollywood writer/director/actor Peter Antico read myRead More →

Local stories bring the rich culture and heritage of the Northern Nevada region to life. This fall, students in Kari Barber’s documentary filmmaking class at the University of Nevada, Reynolds School of Journalism in Reno discovered some of those stories. On Thursday, December 9, the class will present the DocumentaryRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

PORTLAND, Ore. — Dave Frishberg, a songwriter and jazz musician who reached his widest audience as a contributor to the lively Saturday morning TV show, “Schoolhouse Rock!” died Wednesday. He was 88 years old. >> Read more trending news Frishberg died in Portland, Oregon, his wife, April Magnusson, confirmed toRead More →

In the new short, “Premium“, three families from the Penobscot Nation shed light on a troubling and little-known chapter in colonial-era history: the bounty system used to reward white settlers for the scalps of men, women, and even children. natives who had been declared their enemies. To make the film,Read More →

A new documentary film about Martin Speake’s February 2020 tour starring Ethan Iverson, Calum Gourlay and Jeff Willams/Jorge Rossy will premiere this Saturday, November 13 at Sands Films Studio (details and booking link below). Preview by Charles Rees: Sequel to his album Intention (Ubuntu, 2018), A leap into the voidRead More →

THE REAL CHARLIE CHAPLIN, a kaleidoscopic portrait of a man who became an immortal legend, whose life was as extraordinary as his art, will premiere Saturday, December 11 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. From award-winning directors Peter Middleton and James Spinney (Notes on blindness) and narrated by Pearl Mackie (Doctor Who),Read More →

Nowadays, Phil Lynotthe charismatic leader of SLIM LIZZY, remains an outstanding figure in the history of rock music. From the band’s signature twin lead guitars to Lynot‘s ability to lyrically capture working-class life, his influence has been undeniable for generations of rock musicians and bands. November 5, Mercure Studios celebratesRead More →

“Surfing legend. Olympic superstar. Hawaiian icon. American hero.” The Hawaii International Film Festival kicks off with the in-person premiere of a documentary film about Duke Kahanamoku titled “boatman.” Take a look at the trailer. The film, directed by Isaac Halisma, explores Kahanamoku’s legacy as a swimmer and as the fatherRead More →

The Craigleith Heritage Deport won an Ontario Historical Society award for the REEL historical series featuring four shorts and two virtual reality films about local history PRESS RELEASEONTARIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY************************* The Ontario Historical Society is pleased to present the 2020-21 OHS Dorothy Duncan Public History Award, which recognizes an outstandingRead More →

Photographic Documentary Film ‘McCurry: The Pursuit of Color’ Trailer by Alex Billington November 2, 2021Source: Youtube “What is my job? Capturing images that say something about humanity.” Dogwoof has revealed an official promotional trailer for the documentary film McCurry: the pursuit of color, which will premiere at the DOC NYCRead More →

Fox Maxy’s Waterproof Twenty non-fiction feature film projects received grants totaling $600,000 from the Sundance Institute’s Documentary Film Program in its latest funding round. The grants target projects in all phases of filmmaking, from development to distribution and impact. Disability, feminist history, globalization, grief and loss, and housing inequality areRead More →

The Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program (DFP) has announced that its latest group of 20 non-fiction film projects will receive grants from the Sundance Institute Documentary Fund. The fund provides non-recoverable support for non-fiction works by filmmakers around the world who “continue to elevate and advance cultural dialogue and pioneerRead More →

David Fincher is teaming up with Netflix for ‘See’, a new docu-series of visual essays celebrating cinema. Netflix, or at least the Twitter account dedicated to its movies, had moviegoers buzzing on Tuesday after tweeting, “Something special is coming tomorrow from David Fincher…” Alas, that “something special” isn’t a thirdRead More →

Brittany Murphy’s new documentary investigates the late actress’ final weeks. Video / WKYC Channel 3 12 years have passed since Brittany Murphy’s death and the questions remain unanswered. A new HBO documentary has been confirmed which examines the circumstances surrounding his death in 2009. The two-part doco, titled What Happened,Read More →

PARAMOUNT+ RELEASES THE OFFICIAL TRAILER FOR MADONNA’S DOCUMENTARY FILM “MADAME X”, PREMIERE FRIDAY OCT. 8TH Madonna’s “Madame X” is directed by Ricardo Gomes and SKNX October 5, 2021 – Paramount+, the streaming service of ViacomCBS, today released the official trailer for theirRead More →

Trailer for the inspiring documentary film ‘Convergence: Courage in a Crisis’ by Alex Billington September 27, 2021Source: Youtube “It’s a crisis. But opportunities arise from crisis.” Netflix has released the trailer for a documentary film titled Convergence: Courage in Times of Crisiscreated by Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Orlando von Einsiedel (WeRead More →

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 →