A two-part documentary series illuminating on the rise, fall, and comeback of global icon Tiger Woods is in production and set to air on HBO in December.
Fifteen years after the loss of her Olympic gold medal in Sydney, gymnast Andreea Răducan seeks answers to what happened in The Golden Girl releasing digitally on September 1st.
The documentary feature Pretending I’m A Superman – The Tony Hawk Video Game Story from director Ludvig Gür will have a digital/VOD release on August 18th.
Martin Scorsese to Co-Direct Documentary About David Johansen, Legendary Frontman of the New York Dolls
Martin Scorsese along with David Tedeschi will co-direct documentary that profiles David Johansen, the celebrated frontman of the New York Dolls.
STOCKTON ON MY MIND, Documentary on Youngest and First African American Mayor of Stockton, to Debut on HBO
Documentary Stockton on My Mind is a multi-layered story of Michael D. Tubbs Jr., the youngest and first African American Mayor of Stockton, California.
Halle Berry turns down role after listening to concerns from the transgender community with the help of Netflix’s ‘Disclosure’ documentary.
Experience the magic, mysticism, and the love of the iconic queer Latinx astrologer Walter Mercado in the new Netflix Original Documentary Mucho Mucho Amor on July 8th.
Showtime released the trailer for the documentary The Go-Go’s, chronicling the first all-female band to play its own instruments, write its own songs.
‘River City Drumbeat ‘ film from 10-Time Emmy-Winning Filmmaker Marlon Johnson and Award-Winning Filmmaker Anne Flatté will have virtual cinema release starting Friday, August 7.
Historical Documentary AMERICA’S LAST LITTLE ITALY: THE HILL Premieres at St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase
The historical documentary America’s Last Little Italy: The Hill on the St. Louis neighborhood will debut online at the 20th St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase.
BORN TO PLAY, Documentary on Women’s Football Team, Boston Renegades, will Premiere on ESPN on July 1
ESPN will broadcast the world premiere of the women’s football documentary Born To Play on the Boston Renegades, a women’s tackle football team.
Evans Chan’s Documentary ‘WE HAVE BOOTS’ on Pro-Democracy Movements in Hong Kong to Premiere at Filmfest DC
Evans Chan’s timely new documentary ‘We Have Boots’ on movements for democracy and freedom in Hong Kong will premiere in US as closing film of Filmfest DC.
AFI DOCS 2020 concluded its five-day online festival with the Audience Award for Best Feature going to TRANSHOOD, directed by Sharon Liese.
OYA Media Group’s Mr. Jane and Finch documentary, which was directed, co-produced and co-written by Ngardy Conteh George and co-produced and co-written by Alison Duke, won two 2020 Canadian Screen Awards
Queer Cantopop icon and Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Denise Ho is profiled in the documentary Denise Ho – Becoming the Song opening on July 1.
Kandoo Films will release two new indie films by first-time film directors – American Street Kid by Michael Leoni and Cut and Chop by Drew Hale.
And She Could Be Next, documentary series chronicles the story of Latinx women and other women of color who are transforming American politics.
Tony Award-Winning playwright and LGBTQ activist Terrence McNally will be celebrated through the documentary Terrence McNally: Every Act of Life, streaming on PBS American Masters.
CNN Films has acquired the documentary film Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President, set to premiere as the closing film for AFI DOCS film festival.
Documentary films Apollo 11, For Sama, Hale County, This Morning This Evening and The Edge of Democracy, are among 30 programs winning 2020 Peabody Awards.
Jack & Yaya captures a year in the life of childhood best friends who go from swapping gendered Christmas gifts as kids to transitioning in their twenties.
Director Atsushi Sakahara chronicles his intimate journey of confronting the doomsday cult behind the sarin gas attack on the Tokyo metro system on March 20th, 1995 in the new documentary Me and the Cult Leader.
Who Farted? takes audiences on a rollicking ride into understanding human emissions of all kinds – and also provides some answers to the climate crisis.
Stanley Nelson will direct the documentary “Attica” that details the prison rebellion that transpired in the fall of 1971 in upstate New York and still stands as the largest and deadliest the country has ever witnessed.