Syndicado is releasing four acclaimed and award-winning documentaries about extraordinary women from all walks of life and generations.
Beginning May, 1 Corinth Film will virtually release Botero, the definitive documentary profile of the artist in conjunction with theaters
Watch the official trailer for documentary “Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind” – an exploration into the career, music and influence of the Canadian musical icon.
The documentary short film Jesse Jams directed by Trevor Anderson spotlights Indigenous trans frontman of mumble-punk band Jesse Jams and The Flams.
AFI DOCS 2020 will showcase documentary films in a re-imagined online film festival, and open with BOYS STATE, directed by Jesse Moss and Amanda McBaine.
The 8th from directors Lucy Kennedy, Maeve O’Boyle, and Aideen Kane tells the story of Irish women’s fight to overturn one of the most restrictive abortion bans in the world.
Kenyan Documentary I AM SAMUEL to U.S. Premiere at Human Rights Watch Film Festival NY Digital Edition
Kenyan director Pete Murimi’s documentary I am Samuel will have its U.S. premiere at 2020 Human Rights Watch Film Festival New York Digital Edition.
Netflix released the full official trailer for Becoming, the new documentary on former First Lady, Michelle Obama that premieres on Wednesday, May 6.
I’ll Be Gone in the Dark, HBO documentary series explores Michelle McNamara’s investigation into the violent predator she dubbed the Golden State Killer.
Showtime Releases Trailer for OUTCRY, Docuseries on Texas High School Football Star Greg Kelley Controversy
Showtime released the trailer for docu-series Outcry on Texas high school football star Greg Kelley’s controversial conviction for child molestation.
American Experience documentary Mr. Tornado tells the story of Tetsuya Theodore Fujita, a Japanese-American scientist known for creating the Fujita Scale.
The documentary, Women Make Film, an exploration of the work of female filmmakers throughout cinema history, will be released on May 5, 2020
“The Color of Medicine” Timely Documentary on History of African-American Medical Care Available May 12
The Color of Medicine: The Story of Homer G. Phillips Hospital not only tells the astonishing history of the first all-black hospital in St. Louis,
POV’s 33rd season premieres on PBS this summer with thirteen documentary features, kicking off with Linda Goldstein Knowlton’s We Are The Radical Monarchs.
Starting May 15, the New Orleans documentary Up From The Streets: New Orleans: The City of Music will be released online to support local musical artists.
Netflix released the trailer for the new documentary “Becoming,” an intimate look into the life of former First Lady Michelle Obama.
Showtime Releases Trailer for Sports Doc BASKETBALL COUNTY: IN THE WATER, Exec Produced by Kevin Durant
Showtime released the official trailer for the sports documentary film Basketball County: In The Water, executive produced by NBA star Kevin Durant.
Greenwich Entertainment to Release DESERT ONE, Barbara Kopple’s Documentary on 1980 Iranian Hostage Crisis
Greenwich Entertainment will release Barbara Kopple’s documentary Desert One that recounts the attempt to rescue US citizens taken hostage in Iran in 1980.
Watch trailer for Things We Dare Not Do (Cosas que no hacemos), documentary by Mexican director Bruno Santamaría world premiering at the 2020 Hot Docs.
Filmmaker Sabrina Van Tassel documents the ordeal of Melissa Lucio, the first Hispanic woman sentenced to death in Texas, in The State of Texas v. Melissa.
Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore released the brand new documentary film Planet of the Humans on Youtube – free.
Tribeca 2020: Watch Trailer Clips from STATELESS, Documentary on Haiti / Dominican Republic Historical Divide
Michèle Stephenson’s documentary Stateless uncovering the complex politics of Haiti and the Dominican Republic will world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival.
Netflix is making many of its documentaries and series available on the Netflix US YouTube channel for free.
National Geographic is teaming up with director Ron Howard on a new documentary on chef José Andrés and his nonprofit, World Central Kitchen.