Documentary films

Breaking News – HBO Documentary Films Announces ‘In The Same Breath’ by Nanfu Wang

[01/28/21 – 09:00 AM]HBO Documentary Films Announces “In The Same Breath” by Nanfu WangDirected with a deeply personal approach by Nanfu Wang, who was born in China and now lives in the United States, the film explores the parallel disinformation campaigns carried out by the leaders and the devastating impact on the citizens of both […]

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MTV Documentary Films to Offer Acclaimed Documentary “76 DAYS” Free on Saturday, January 23

Image Credit: MTV MTV Documentary Films announced a one-of-a-kind initiative to make the award-winning documentary 76 DAYS available for free via Virtual Cinema to customers at over 300 North American theaters on January 23rd, the first anniversary of the start of COVID-19 lockdown in Wuhan, China. The aim is to commemorate this historic date and […]

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MTV Documentaries To Make Critically Acclaimed Debut A Life Too Short, by two-time Oscar® winner Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy and Tribeca Film Festival winner My Father The Mover on Pluto TV

Image Credit: MTV MTV Documentary Films to debut Too short a life, by Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy, double Oscar® winner, and winner of the Tribeca Film Festival My father the mover by director Julia Jansch on Friday, Jan.22 at 7 p.m. ET on Pluto TV. An official selection from the DOC NYC Film Festival 2020 Shortlist and […]

Film adaptations

Patricia Highsmith at 100: The best film adaptations | Movie

graham Greene declared Patricia Highsmith “the poet of apprehension” in the preface to her collection of short stories from 1970 Eleven. There is no better way to describe the American writer, whose psychological thrillers combine fluid literary freshness with a nervous quagmire – a combination, in turn, that filmmakers have been trying to translate since […]

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“Ignorance is a Happiness Mentality”: Inside Florida’s “Disneyland for Seniors” | Documentary films

IIn the Villages, the sprawling and planned retirement community of Central Florida billed as “Disneyland for the Elderly,” there is a ubiquitous presence: the golf cart. Hybrid transportation abounds in the baby boomer mecca that is now larger than Manhattan (and, from 2010 to 2017, the fastest growing metropolis in the United States), weaving through […]

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The Reason I Jump: Behind a Revolutionary Autism Film | Documentary films

The cinematic language of The Reason I Jump, an ambitious documentary that attempts to simulate the sensory experience of nonverbal autism, is elementary, constructing one isolated detail at a time. A living room, for example, emerges from the cascading metallic tide of an electric fan, the thrill of sizzling oil in a frying pan, the […]