Documentary films 76 Days, Collective, Crip Camp are among 60 entertainment, news, and multimedia programming nominated for Peabody Awards.
Filmmaker Zeshawn Ali released the trailer for “Two Gods,” his new documentary film that tells the story of Hanif, a Muslim casket maker.
IN OUR MOTHERS’ GARDENS Trailer. Shantrelle P. Lewis’ Documentary Celebrates the Strength of Black Women and Black families
The award winning documentary In Our Mothers’ Gardens, the feature film debut of Shantrelle P. Lewis, is being released on May 6.
The documentary Revolution Rent follows Andy Señor Jr. to Cuba where he is directing a stage production of award-winning musical “Rent.”
Watch the first teaser trailer for the The Gig Is Up, Shannon Walsh’s documentary feature film on the gig economy.
Watch the trailer for the offbeat film Emily @ the Edge of Chaos, a hilarious, scientific look at life with comic-philosopher Emily Levine.
FACELESS Trailer – Jennifer Ngo’s Intimate Portrayal of Four Young Protestors in Hong Kong Premieres at Hot Docs
Watch the new teaser trailer for the documentary Faceless, Jennifer Ngo’s intimate portrayal of four young protestors in Hong Kong.
“You Are Not A Soldier is an ode to survival and love. It is my anti-war sigh,” says director Maria Carolina Telles. “The film is also a way of talking about overcoming grief.”
The documentary commemorates the 100th anniversary of the horrific Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921, one of the worst acts of racial violence in American history.
‘The Boy from Medellin’ Official Trailer. Reggaeton Superstar J Balvin Prepares for Homecoming Concert Amid Political Unrest
The Boy from Medellín follows J Balvin as he prepares for the most important concert of his career–a sold-out stadium show in his hometown of Medellín, Colombia.
‘Summer of Soul’ Teaser Trailer. Questlove’s Sundance Winning Documentary on 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival
Watch the first teaser trailer for Questlove’s Sundance award winning documentary Summer of Soul on the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival.
“1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything,” will show how the musical icons of the time were influenced by the changing tides of history
The new documentary Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain from filmmaker Morgan Neville will be released in theaters in the Summer.
Hulu will release Emmy Award–winning director/cinematographer Peter Nicks’ 2021 Sundance Film Festival official selection Homeroom.
THE CRIME OF THE CENTURY Trailer – Alex Gibney Directs Searing HBO Documentary on The Multi-Billion Dollar Industry Behind The Opioid Epidemic
Part One of the documentary focuses on how Purdue worked closely with the FDA to get the highly profitable pain medication approved for wider use.
Billy Graham, a new documentary on the life and career of one of the best-known religious leaders of the 20th century, premieres on PBS.
Watch the official trailer for Fathom, the Apple TV+ documentary on humpback whale songs and communication premiering at Tribeca Festival.
RITA MORENO: JUST A GIRL WHO DECIDED TO GO FOR IT Trailer. From Humble Puerto Rican Upbringing to EGOT Winner
Born into poverty on a Puerto Rican farm, Moreno and her seamstress mother immigrated to New York City when Moreno was five years old.
‘King Otto’ Trailer – Inspiring Sports Documentary on Greek National Football Team from Underdog to European Championship
Led by legendary German football coach “King” Otto Rehhagel, the underdog Greek National Football Team won the 2004 European Championship overcoming odds of 300:1.
Sisters with Transistors, a new feature documentary portraying the iconic women who pioneered electronic music, opens nationwide Friday, April 23.
DUTY FREE Trailer – Filmmaker Sian-Pierre Regis Documents His Mother’s Journey After Losing Her Job at 75
After his 75 year-old immigrant mother gets fired without cause from her lifelong job as a hotel housekeeper, her son filmmaker Sian-Pierre Regis takes her on a bucket-list adventure to reclaim her life.
SEYRAN ATES: SEX, REVOLUTION AND ISLAM – Documentary Film on Bisexual Muslim Feminist and Human Rights Activist at Hot Docs
Seyran Ateş, a Turkish-German bisexual Muslim feminist and human rights activist, founded the Ibn Ruschd-Goethe mosque, the first liberal and LGBT friendly place of worship for Muslims in Germany.
Going to Pot: The High and Low of It explores the rapidly growing industry through an irreverent approach to the misconceptions and promises of the marijuana explosion.
ESPN will debut its latest documentary “144” about the unprecedented 2020 WNBA season in the bubble on May 13.