Bad Rap, directed by Salima Koroma, follows the lives and careers of four Asian-American rappers – Dumbfoundead, Awkwafina, Rekstizzy, Lyricks – trying to get a break.
Tribeca 207: JULIAN SCHNABEL: A PRIVATE PORTRAIT Opens in NY on May 5 Following World Premiere at Festival
Pappi Corsicato’s documentary Julian Schnabel: A Private Portrait had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival, and will be followed by a New York theatrical release on Friday, May 5
Oscar-nominee and Grammy winning director, Susan Froemke, premiered her feature documentary film, The Resilient Heart, during the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival to a packed audience.
Marsha P Johnson, the beloved, self-described “street queen” of NY’s gay ghetto was found floating in the Hudson River in 1992, the NYPD chalked it up as a suicide and refused to investigate.
Richard Hambleton is not here for your consumption, you consumer. Richard is here to paint, and get your money so that he can be happy with his best friend “his drugs.”
Tribeca 2017: A RIVER BELOW Documents the Efforts to Save the Pink River Dolphin in the Amazon | Trailer
A River Below directed by Mark Greico is an investigative journey into the Amazon that follows a TV star and a renowned marine biologist as they each attempt to save the endangered pink river dolphin
Tribeca 2017: Watch a Clip from THE PUBLIC IMAGE IS ROTTEN Documentary on Sex Pistols’ John Lydon | Trailer
The documentary The Public Image Is Rotten directed by Tabbert Fiiller on John Lydon formerly of Sex Pistols is World Premiering tonight, Friday April 21, at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival.
The 2017 Tribeca Film Festival officially kicked off last night with the World Premiere of the documentary Clive Davis: The Soundtrack Of Our Lives.
The official trailer is released for the Syrian documentary Last Men In Aleppo, winner of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival – World Documentary Grand Jury Prize.
Laura Poitras’s Risk will have its North American premiere as the Closing Night selection of Art of the Real, Film Society of Lincoln Center’s essential showcase for boundary-pushing nonfiction film, on May 2.
For Ahkeem is described as the moving portrait of 17-year-old Daje Shelton, a Black girl in North St. Louis, as she navigates the many challenges of growing up in inner city America with one goal: to graduate high school.
From the Ashes, a feature documentary that explores one of the country’s most contentious topics — coal and the mining industry, has been acquired by the National Geographic for release in the US.
RISK, the latest documentary from Academy Award winner Laura Poitras (CITIZENFOUR) on the controversial Julian Assange and the Wikileaks organization, premiered last night on Showtime during the season finale of Homeland.
Watch four new clips from the environmental documentary TOMORROW co-directed by Mélanie Laurent (Inglorious Basterds) and activist Cyril Dion.
The documentary Dolores sheds light on an enigmatic, intensely private woman who is among the most important yet little-known workers’ rights activists in American history – Dolores Huerta.
Jairus McLeary and Blanketfort Media’s The Work, winner of the 2017 SXSW Film Festival’s Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary will be released in Fall 2017 by The Orchard.
Here is the trailer for the documentary I Am Heath Ledger, released to coincide with the late actor’s 38th birthday.
Julie Perini Wins 2017 Oregon Media Arts Fellowship to Fund ‘The Story of Butch Lesbian Freedom Fighter rita bo brown’
Julie Perini has been selected by The Northwest Film Center, Oregon Arts Commission, and Portland Film Office as the winner of the 2017 Oregon Media Arts Fellowship (OMAF).
Poster + Watch Trailer for French Actress Mélanie Laurent Award-Winning Environmental Documentary TOMORROW
Here is the poster and official trailer for Popular French actress Mélanie Laurent (Inglorious Basterds) and activist Cyril Dion’s César Award-winning environmentally-themed documentary Tomorrow (Demain).
Here is the poster and exclusive video clip from the The Age of Consequences. Described as The Hurt Locker meets An Inconvenient Truth, the film investigates the impacts of climate change
Amanda Bailly’s film 8 BORDERS, 8 DAYS and co-directors Elisa Levine and Gabriel Miller’s film SWEETHEART DEAL have been awarded filmmaking grants
The award-winning documentary film Last Men in Aleppo, directed by Feras Fayyad and Steen Johannesen will be released in the U.S. by Grasshopper Film.
Film Independent Selects 10 Indie Filmmakers for 2017 Documentary Lab + Launches Fiscal Sponsorship Program
10 filmmakers and six projects have been selected for Film Independent’s 2017 Documentary Lab.
Angkor Awakens: A Portrait of Cambodia is “A Fascinating Portrait of a Nation Struggling to Come to Terms with its Past”
Angkor Awakens: A Portrait of Cambodia is a fascinating portrait of a growing nation struggling to come to terms with its past. The follows the people of Cambodia as they fight to recover their culture and history in the wake of the Khmer Rouge genocide (1975-1979).