In late 2019, Oscar-nominated actress Cynthia Erivo was cast as the “Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin in National Geographic’s Genius: Aretha mini-series.
Aretha Franklin once famously sang about pink Cadillacs, and on Thursday (March 11th), National Geographic premiered episode one of Genius: Aretha, an eight-part limited series about the life and career of Aretha Franklin at drive-in movie theaters across the United States including in Franklin’s hometown of Detroit.
It’s August 1965 in Watts, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California.
Barkskins, based on New York Times best selling 2016 novel by Annie Proulx, is set to premiere on NatGeo over Memorial Day weekend – specifically, May 25th.
Wednesday night the Whitby Hotel in midtown Manhattan host a private screening of Oscar contender, The Cave.
A terrifying and insightful look into those still caught in the crossfire of the Syrian Civil War.
It turns out there’s a lot more to the fair than science.
From the National Geographic Documentary Films, Michael Bonfiglio brings us his directorial project and important documentary “From the Ashes”. This is a documentary that “captures Americans in communities across the country as they wrestle with the legacy of the coal industry and what its future should be under the Trump Administration.”