Screening at the DOC NYC Virtual Film Festival, “Beautiful Something Left Behind” is a heartening documentary following the children of the Good Grief Community in New Jersey who have lost a parent or loved one.
Exclusive: Patton Oswalt and Liz Garbus Discuss True Crime Docu-Series ‘I’ll Be Gone in the Dark’ [Video]
On The Scene: ‘We Are The Dream: The Kids of The Oakland’ MLK Oratorical Fest Premiere
On February 11th, HBO screened “WE ARE THE DREAM: THE KIDS OF THE OAKLAND MLK ORATORICAL FEST” under the historical roof of the Fox Theater in Oakland.
NYFF57 Review: D.W. Young’s ‘The Booksellers’ Is A Lively Look at the NY Rare Book World
We saw a screening of The Uncondemned at the Jewish Heritage Museum, dealing with the first prosecution of rape as war crime. Read the review below.
Going to the movies is always an experience but when enjoying what’s on the screen no one considers who’s behind the camera, that is until Caroline Suh brought to light the industry’s gender faults.