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  • Guy Reid discusses his documentary "Planetary".
    Guy Reid discusses his documentary "Planetary".
    The documentary film Planetary is a thought-provoking documentary, directed by Guy Reid, written and edited bySteve Watts Kennedy, and produced by Christoph Ferstad, Guy Reid, and SteveWatts Kennedy in association with Reconsider. Planetary is the...
  • History’s Mysteries: Sodom and Gomorrah
    Movie review: History’s Mysteries: Sodom and Gomorrah
    From the History Channel, this episode of the series explores the possibility that Sodom and Gomorrah actually existed and were destroyed by God. Prompted by new archeological findings, this episode puts the findings in context with possible...
  • Life is While We're Young
    Life is Lived While We’re Young
    While We’re Young: Rated “PG-13” (1 hour 46 minutes)Starring: Ben Stiller, Naomi Watts, Amanda Seyfried, Adam Driver, Peter YarrowDirected by: Noah BaumbachJosh and Cornelia (Stiller and Watts) are a childless New York married...
  • The Best of Sundance Shorts
    New films added to 'The Best of Sundance Shorts' on SundanceNOW Doc Club
    SundanceNOW Doc Club, the only member-based advertising-free streaming video service that is solely dedicated to documentaries, has recently added six new documentary short films to its program called 'The Best of Sundance Shorts' giving...
  • 'The Record Man'
    'Record Man' Henry Stone celebrated at Miami film festival
    It's no surprise that the 'Miami Sound' was born in the Magic City but what is lesser known is that disco had its start here as well, along with the careers of many famous R&B and soul artists. What they all had in common was a man...
  • Frank Sinatra
    Strong reviews for HBO's "Sinatra: All or Nothing At All"
    Prime time Sunday brings not one but two TV swoons into America’s recent past – the return of “Mad Men” for its final seven episodes and “Sinatra: All or Nothing At All,” a four-hour documentary on Ol’...
  • Tiburon International Film festival
    Tiburon International Film festival - April 9 - 17.
    Tiburon's International Film Festival, a showcase for independent feature and short films from around the world, will present over 60 films from 31 countries at its 14th annual event with topics from drama, fiction, politics, music, animation,...
  • Albert Maysles
    Paul McCartney thanks Albert Maysles for great films and 'twinkle in his eye'
    On March 11, Paul McCartney issued a statement on the death of documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles who filmed both the Beatles and McCartney during his career. Maysles died March 5 at 88 of natural causes.“'I was so sad to hear of the...
  • 'Kafka's Last Story' explores the half-century legal battle over the fate of many of Kafka's works. Ruth Diskin Films, Ltd.
    Israeli films are suffering backlash from anti-Semitic attacks in Europe
    Israeli films, despite a steady increase in international popularity over the years, are now experiencing a backlash from recent anti-Semitic attacks in Europe, a key representative of Israeli cinema said at the Library of Congresson Feb. 24."...
  • Spend New Year's Eve 2014 with the Beatles, the Stones, the Who on TV's Turner Class Movies
    TV's Turner Classic Movies presents classic rock films on New Year’s Eve 2014
    Hey classic rock fans, if you're looking for something different to do on New Year’s Eve, and into early New Year’s Day, then this is your lucky day. TCM, Turner Classic Movies, is the classic film cable TV channel showing 24/7 all...
  • 'Downton Abbey' new documentary airs Jan. 4 when Season 5 begins
    'Downton Abbey' new documentary airs Jan. 4 when Season 5 begins
    'Downton Abbey' fans, rejoice!"The Manners of Downton Abbey", a new behind-the-scenes documentary, airs on PBS Jan. 4 right after the first episode of Season 5. All this, and heaven too."The Manners of Downton Abbey"...
  • Documentary about 22 American WWI and WWII cemeteries screens at Library of Congress on Dec. 2
    Film about 22 U.S. WWI, WWII cemeteries screened at Library of Congress Dec. 2
    The Emmy®-nominated "Hallowed Grounds", the first-ever documentary on 22 U.S. World War One and World War Two cemeteries abroad, will be screened and discussed free by filmmaker Glenn Marcus at the Library of Congress on Dec. 2.The...
  • Cocaine Sub Hunt
    Movie review: Cocaine Sub Hunt
    Deep in Colombia where cocaine and drug lords rule the DEA is chasing the newest innovation in smuggling… submarines.Eric Meyers and assorted unidentified DEA or government agents.Colombian drug producers do their best to stay one step...
  • Meteor Strike
    Movie review: Meteor Strike
    On February 15, 2013, an asteroid entered the airspace over Russia’s Ural Mountains, drawing the attention of the world. Exploding in the air rather than striking the ground as a whole, the effects were felt for miles in every direction...
  • The Eckers and Sophie Tucker
    "The Outrageous Sophie Tucker" tells the tale of an early superstar
    Before Barbra, before Bette and way before Gaga, there was Sophie. Now a new documentary, "The Outrageous Sophie Tucker," which opened Friday, both pays homage to Tucker and provides a case study worthy of Harvard Business School by...
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