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Erika Alexander Talks Color Farm Goals And Producing ‘John Lewis: Good Trouble’

John Lewis: Good Trouble, directed by Dawn Porter (Trapped, Gideon's Army) is an insightful and immersive look at the life of...

Love Guitarist Johnny Echols Takes A Trip Back To ‘Laurel Canyon’

The two-part docuseries Laurel Canyon focuses on the artists who lived in hillside area of Los Angeles back in the mid-1960s...

Chris Hillman Remembers ‘Laurel Canyon’ Days In New Documentary

From his iconic work with The Byrds and The Flying Burrito Brothers to ultimatley fronting The Desert Rose Band, Chris Hillman's...

Roger Waters ‘Us + Them’ Worldwide Tour Hits Digital In June

Roger Waters: Us + Them, a documentary that covers Waters' 2017-19 tour, hits 4K, HD and SD Digital on June 16...

Barbora Kysilkova Forms Lifelong Connection With ‘The Painter and The Thief’

The Painter and the Thief is a remarkable new documentary from director, Benjamin Ree. The film, which centers on the friendship...

‘The Delicacy’ Interview With Director Jason Wise

Directed by Jason Wise (SOMM), The Delicacy centers on how the sea urchin is harvested, eaten, and why it has...

‘The Dog Doc’ Interview: Cindy Meehl Talks Directing Journey And Dr. Marty Goldstein Collaboration

Award winning filmmaker Cindy Meehl (Buck) directs The Dog Doc, a documentary that gives viewers an up close and personal look at Dr. Marty...

‘Echo in the Canyon’ Review: Jakob Dylan Anchors Immersive Documentary On The California Sound

Director Andrew Slater's documentary Echo in the Canyon starts off with Jakob Dylan asking Tom Petty who to properly pronounce the Rickenbacker guitar. It's...

‘Making Montgomery Clift’ Interview With Directors Robert Clift And Hillary Demmon

  Making Montgomery Clift, a documentary that hits Digital, On Demand, and DVD on October 15, is not a blow by blow account of Clift's...

Bill Wyman Documentary ‘The Quiet One’ Hits DVD In October

The Quiet One, a documentary that spotlights the life of The Rolling Stones founding member and bassist Bill Wyman, hits DVD October 1. Mick...

‘Combat Obscura’ Documentary Takes A Bird’s Eye Look At Afghan War

The documentary Combat Osbscura takes viewers into life in the Marine Corps from a distinct point of view. Eighteen-year-old Miles Lagoze, a recent high...

‘CinemAddicts’ Podcast Interview With ‘Eating Animals’ Director Christopher Quinn

Eating Animals, based on Jonathan Safran Foer's book, takes an in-depth look at the destructive nature of factory farming. Directed by Christopher Quinn and...

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‘Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché’ Interview With Director Pamela B. Green

The documentary Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché centers on the life of the first female pioneer in cinema. The...

‘Enola Holmes’ Review – Millie Bobby Brown Shines As Sherlock’s Resilient Sibling

Millie Bobby Brown's international acclaim is obviously credited to TV's Stranger Things, and she has embarked on a promising film career as...

Marc Menchaca Reflects On ‘Alone’ Collaboration And Music Behind His Work

  Marc Menchaca (Ozark, Every Time I Die) stars in Alone, a thriller about a woman (Jules Willcox) who attempts to escape the clutches of...

Ronen Rubinstein Talks ‘No Escape’ And ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ Lessons

  Ronen Rubinstein's acting career has taken off thanks to his work on Fox's 9-1-1: Lone Star, and now he co-stars with Keegan Allen and...