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    WATCH: First Trailer Released For ‘Creating a Character: The Moni Yakim Legacy’

    First Run Features has released a new trailer for the documentary, “Creating a Character: The Moni Yakim Legacy.” The film chronicles the influence instructor Moni Yakim has on students of his Julliard dance division over the years. Rauzar Alexander is directing. The official synopsis: “What do Jessica Chastain, Viola Davis, Patti LuPone, and Alex Sharp […] More

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    Film Review: HBO Max’s ‘On The Record’ Gives a Megaphone to the Voices Often Sidelined in the #MeToo Movement

    In 2017, America was consumed with the tidal wave of the #MeToo movement that swept through the entertainment industry and the corporate world. Powerful and well-known men were accused of sexual assault and other violations by hundreds of women–from Harvey Weinstein to Matt Lauer to Charlie Rose to Brett Ratner–America was finally coming to grips […] More

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    Tribeca Film Review: ‘Banksy Most Wanted’ Comes Up Empty

    2020 Tribeca Film Festival: Among the least interesting things about the artist known as Banksy is the mystery of their identity. Unfortunately, the documentary “Banksy Most Wanted” is almost entirely concerned with this, to the detriment of entire subject. Anyone with an interest in Banksy will likely already know just about everything put forward here, […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Spaceship Earth’ Is Science Fiction Without the Fiction

    Imagine this. Eight people from different backgrounds are chosen to live and work together in a “controlled environment” for two years. And over those two years, we see what happens when people stop being polite and get real.  No, this isn’t a new season of “The Real World” or some other reality TV show. This […] More

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    Tribeca Film Review: ‘Call Your Mother’ Arrives Just in Time for Mother’s Day

    2020 Tribeca Film Festival: As Mother’s Day approaches, we’re reminded of just how important mom is. Sure, it’s something we should think about, treasure, and value each day, but a holiday always helps. So too does the documentary “Call Your Mother,” a tribute to the family matriarchs who shaped untold numbers of comedians. Some of […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Beastie Boys Story’ is a Sure Shot

    When they hit the music scene in the mid-80s many people dismissed the Beastie Boys as the class clowns of rap. Behind their average guy personas and sophomoric antics were a trio of musicians whose innovative blend of rock and rap would change the world of music forever. They are now widely considered one of […] More

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    David France’s Searing LGBTQ Doc ‘Welcome to Chechnya’ Premieres on HBO June 30

    HBO Documentary Films has announced the official release date for David France‘s  “Welcome to Chechnya.” The human rights documentary follows the efforts made by Russian activists to protect the lives of persecuted and tortured Chechen LGBTQ+ citizens. The film premieres on HBO June 30. France, Alice Henty, Joy A. Tomchin, and Askold Kurov produce. The […] More

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    Documentary on Iconic Comedian Peter Sellers Ordered by BBC

    A documentary on Academy Award nominee and British comedian Peter Sellers titled “A State of Comic Ecstasy” is in the works from BBC, as reported by Variety. The 75-minute long documentary will reportedly “uncover the comedian’s talent, but also the endless complexities of his personal life” according to Variety, in what should be a fascinating […] More

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    WATCH: HBO Releases Trailer For Doc ‘Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind’

    HBO releases the trailer for “Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind,” a documentary on the personal life of the late actress, Natalie Wood. Premiering at Sundance Film Festival in January, the documentary looks at Wood’s fame, with home videos, diaries, and interviews with those who knew her best. Laurent Bouzereau (“They Came Back”) is directing. “There’s […] More

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