The World Premiere of the documentary Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band, by Daniel Roher, will open the 44th Toronto International Film Festival.
Hulu today released the trailer and announced the Monday, September 2 premiere date for the Harvey Weinstein documentary “Untouchable.”
Season 5 of VOCES, the PBS documentary series exploring Latino arts, culture and history, launches on September 13 with “Raúl Juliá: The World’s a Stage” the first documentary on the brilliant and charismatic actor.
See photos of Bethany Hamilton and friends celebrate the LA premiere of Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable with a surf themed blue carpet at the ArcLight Hollywood on Tuesday, June 9.
Independent filmmaker Christopher Garetano, of the award-winning documentary “Montauk Chronicles” dives Into America’s scariest conspiracy theories in Travel Channel’s “Strange World.”
Hulu released the official trailer for the award-winning documentary Jawline. The film premieres in select theaters and on Hulu Friday, August 23.
Buddha in Africa, directed by Nicole Schafer, will make its South African Premier in the International Documentary Competition at the 40th Durban International Film Festival.
The documentary, “The Other Boys of Summer,” which explores civil rights in America through the lives of the Negro Leagues baseball players, will be screened during 2019 MLB All-Star Week in Cleveland.
Winner of the Best Documentary award at Comic-Con 2018, “Chesley Bonestell: A Brush with the Future”, is the first-ever film about “The Father of Space Art,” Chesley Bonestell.
Bisbee ’17, which documents locals as they play characters and stage scenes from the town’s controversial history, has its national broadcast debut on PBS documentary series POV.
Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable from director Aaron Lieber is a stunningly shot look at surfer Bethany Hamilton’s life. The inspiring documentary will open in theaters on July 12th, 2019.
Linda Ronstadt: The Sound Of My Voice directed by Academy Award-Winning filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman will open in theaters this September.
Oscilloscope released the new trailer for Jay Myself that documents the monumental move of renowned photographer and artist, Jay Maisel, from his Manhattan home known as “The Bank.”
In 2008, 13-year-old Aarushi Talwar, and her family’s servant, Hemraj Banjade, were found dead in their home in Noida, India. More than a decade later, the case remains unsolved.
In conjunction with the 50th anniversary, Woodstock: Three Days That Defined a Generation, directed by Barak Goodman, premieres Tuesday, August 6, 2019 on PBS.
On Oct. 24, 2011, 12-year-old Garrett Phillips was murdered in his home in upstate New York. Police quickly zeroed in on Oral “Nick” Hillary, a black man in the mostly white community.
The documentary “I Love You, Now Die: The Commonwealth v. Michelle Carter” that premiered at SXSW Film Festival, takes a deeper look at the texting suicide case that made national headlines.
CHASING THE MOON, snagged the Audience Award for Best Feature, and the Audience Award for Best Short went to ST. LOUIS SUPERMAN, at the AFI DOCS 2019.
Five boundary-pushing nonfiction film project teams will convene at the Sundance Resort in Utah on June 21, for the Sundance Institute’s 2019 Documentary Edit and Story Lab.
Streaming now on Netflix is “3 Seconds Divorce” is a controversial documentary that sheds light on the practice that allows Muslim men to divorce their wives simply by saying the word ‘divorce’ three times.
Sony Pictures Classics will release Aquarela, the multi-sensorial experience from director Victor Kosskaovsky that premiered at the 2018 Venice Film Festival.
HBO has acquired the documentary ERNIE & JOE that follows San Antonio, Texas police officers Ernie Stevens and Joe Smarro, who are diverting people from jail and into mental health treatment.
Hamptons International Film Festival SummerDocs 2019 hosted by Alec Baldwin will present three new and groundbreaking documentary filmmaking and thought-provoking stories
Eunice Lau Tackles Radicalization in Documentary ACCEPT THE CALL at Human Rights Watch Film Festival
In the new documentary film Accept the Call from Eunice Lau, a father seeks to understand why his son is accused of terrorism.