The documentary short Burning Ojai: Our Fire Story, featuring personal accounts of the 2017 California wildfires debuts October 28 on HBO.
Samuel Goldwyn Films will release the award winning documentary film Saul & Ruby’s Holocaust Survivor Band in November.
BORN TO BE, A Look at the Pioneering Mount Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine & Surgery, Premieres in November on Film Forum’s Virtual Cinema
Born to Be looks at pioneering surgeon Dr. Jess Ting and his patients at Mount Sinai’s Center for Transgender Medicine and Surgery.
Karlovy Vary International Film Festival unveiled the films selected for the special “KVIFF 54 1⁄2” edition including the psychological drama The Nest starring Jude Law.
London Film Festival came to a close on Sunday night with the audience award for Best Film going to Thomas Vinterberg for Another Round.
Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival 2020 winners – “Goodbye Mother” “The Many Lives of Kojin” Win Top Jury Awards
Trinh Dinh Le Minh’s heart-melting romantic dramedy Goodbye Mother (Thưa mẹ con đi) wins Best Narrative Feature Film Jury Award at Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival .
THE MEANING OF HITLER, A Provocative Look of Hitler’s Legacy in the 21st Century World Premieres, at DOC NYC 2020
Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker’s documentary “The Meaning of Hitler” takes a look at the lasting influence and draw of Hitler in the 21st century.
Heartland International Film Festival Announces 2020 Winners: “76 Days” and “There Is No Evil” Win Top Prizes
The 29th Heartland International Film Festival announced the award winners with “76 Days” winning the Grand Prize for Documentary Feature.
The HBO documentary series THE VOW finale aired last night, but will return with a second installment of episodes, to air in 2021.
RESTAURANT HUSTLE Documentary Chronicles Experience of Top Chefs Maneet Chauhan, Antonia Lofaso, Christian Petroni, and Marcus Samuelsson During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Restaurant Hustle follows world-class chefs Maneet Chauhan, Antonia Lofaso, Christian Petroni, and Marcus Samuelsson as they document the challenges their restaurants faced during the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
The powerful indie drama The World Without You starring Radha Mitchell and Perrey Reeves released the new trailer ahead of the VOD release.
Bruno Santamaría’s THINGS WE DARE NOT DO Premieres in U.S. at Chicago Film Festival, Followed by DOC NYC
Things We Dare Not Do by Mexican director Bruno Santamaría has its U.S. premiere at Chicago International Film Festival, followed by DOC NYC.
Watch first look at Lauren DeFilippo and Katherine Gorringe’s Red Heaven, chronicling a one-year mission in a Mars simulation pod by six volunteers.
AMARELO – IT’S ALL FOR YESTERDAY, Documentary on Brazilian Rapper Emicida, Debuts on Netflix in December
Netflix will release the documentary “AmarElo – It’s all for yesterday” by Brazilian rapper, Emicida, with animations, interviews and backstage scenes.
NINE DAYS Opens, STARDUST and BROTHERS OF DESTRUCTION Set for Closing Night of 27th Austin Film Festival
Austin Film Festival will kick off this year’s 27th edition of the Festival, on October 22, 2020 with Nine Days from writer/director Edson Oda, starring Winston Duke and Zazie Beetz.
Amazon released the official trailer for Alan Ball’s hilarious road movie Uncle Frank, starring Paul Bettany, Sophia Lillis and Peter Macdissi.
The new documentary “Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb” premiering on Netflix, documents the discovery of a “one of a kind” tomb.
The Kenyan family docu-drama The Letter by Maia Lekow and Christopher King premieres on the East Coast at DOC NYC.
Samuel L. Jackson, Tessa Thompson and Steven Yeun will be honored at the upcoming 23rd annual SCAD Savannah Film Festival.
Jeanne Leblanc’s Our Own is the winner of the award for Best Narrative Feature at the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival’s 12th edition.
IFC Midnight is planning a 2021 release for Anthony Scott Burns’ Come True a sci-fi nightmare based on the real-life horror of sleep paralysis.
Adam Rehmeier’s DINNER IN AMERICA Wins Audience Award + Winning Shorts Announced at NIGHTSTREAM Film Festival
NIGHTSTREAM festival came to a close with Adam Rehmeier’s DINNER IN AMERICA winning the festival’s Audience Award.
Honey Bee directed by Rama Rau is a dramatic thriller that shines light on marginalized young girls lured into human trafficking rings.
DOC NYC running online from November 11-19 and available to viewers across the US, announced the 2020 lineup of over 200 films.