“Fathom” had its World Premiere in the Documentary Competition section at Tribeca Film Festival, before streaming on Apple TV+ in the US starting June 25th.
A documentary about grit and gratitude, “Blind Ambition” profiles four sommeliers competing for team Zimbabwe at the World Blind Wine Tasting Championships in Bordeaux, France.
As we brace ourselves for an inevitable onslaught of dispiriting film programming aimed to address the pandemic and its impact, one refreshing take on our present circumstance had its world premiere last weekend at the 20th annual Tribeca Film Festival.
To some, the jaguar symbolizes life, power, energy, and legend. To others, it represents profit.
The Friendliest Town is a documentary observing and investigating the complex story of Kelvin Sewell, the first African American Police Chief of a small Maryland town, directed by journalist Stephen Janis. We got an opportunity to sit down with the team behind it.
Florian Zeller’s “The Father” starring Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman will premiere this week just before the Golden Globes.
Whenever I told people I was working on this list, a typical response was, “What even came out this year?”
Bryce Dallas Howard’s “Dads” is a refreshing and heartwarming look at the rarely talked about hardships and pleasures of fatherhood in today’s society. It’s a raw and entertaining approach to share the behind-the-scenes reality of what it means to be a father from a very diverse group of dads across the world.