If you’re scrolling through Netflix and you notice the new number show is “The Diplomat” just know that I manifested it.
On The Scene: NYC Mayor Eric Adams, Jane Lynch, Patti LuPone and More Attend Opening Night of Broadway’s “Paradise Square”
In the mid 1800s, lower Manhattan contained a row of streets that were known as the Five Points.
Get ready for a good hard look at society!
Bipartisanship is challenging
In 2012 Haifaa al-Mansour wrote and directed Wadja the first movie to be filmed entirely in Saudi Arabia. During filming for Wadja, al-Mansour directed from a van as to not intermix with male members of her crew. With The Perfect Candidate, al-Mansour returns to Saudi Arabia, this time without the van, to focus on the evolving role of women in Saudi Arabian society.
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.
Exclusive: Jesse Moss, Amanda McBaine, and the participants of ‘Boys State’ discuss the challenges of preconceived bias and documentary filmmaking [Video]
The President of the United States listed the achievements of the country, while also attacking specific countries by name.
“A film about a future that looks as bleak as our darkest past.”