Sundance World Premiere- UNDER G-D

Inspired by the lawsuits filed in Florida challenging the state's abortion ban on the basis of religious freedom, Under G-d is a documentary short film about the national Jewish response to the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization U.S. Supreme Court decision woven through the lived experiences of impacted Jewish women and the various lawsuits currently being launched by rabbis, Jewish organizations and interfaith leaders to challenge the overturning of Roe v. Wade, state by state.


Sundance Film Festival Announces JUSTICE World Premiere

This week the nonprofit Sundance Institute announced Justice will have its world premiere at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival in the Special Screenings section. The film is directed by Doug Liman and produced by Amy Herdy, with Story Syndicate’s Liz Garbus and Dan Cogan executive producing. The news of the project and its addition to the lineup is being revealed for the first time ahead of its premiere screening on January 20 at 8:30 p.m. MT. In director Doug Liman’s first documentary feature, Justice presents never-before-seen evidence and key interviews with those closely involved in the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.

Movie Release- THE FIRST STEP

The First Step follows media personality Van Jones as he works across party lines on landmark criminal justice reform and a more humane response to America's addiction crisis. Attempting to be a bridge builder in a time of extreme polarization takes him deep into the inner workings of a divisive administration, internal debates within both parties, and the lives of frontline activists fighting for their communities.

The Band’s Gonna Make It – ANVIL: THE STORY OF ANVIL

The best music documentaries all have one basic thing in common: showing the audience something they haven’t seen before. Essentially, introduce the viewers to something new, or take a novel approach to the familiar. Recent high points in this regard are Brett Morgan’s Moonage Daydream, which offered a unique insight into David Bowie’s life through a stream of consciousness of his artistry; and Edgar Wright’s The Sparks Brothers, a journey through the career of one of the most influential groups in pop and rock history, even though they rarely achieved mainstream success despite more than five decades of output.

Episode 1116: PJ King By Jason Godbey- Creator, No Rest for the Weekend On this special Hollywood Edition of No Rest for the Weekend, PJ King, who you may know as the voice of the reality series Bar Rescue, talks candidly about what it takes to be a working actor in Hollywood. Like the two previous episodes, this … Continue reading Episode 1116: PJ King

FROM THE HOOD TO THE HOLLER Makes Its NY Premiere at Brooklyn Film Festival

For Kentucky, 2020 was an especially difficult year. The Covid-19 crisis compounded with the aftermath of Briana Taylor’s murder highlighted systemic issues in a state that has suffered from stark inequality for decades. As one of the poorest states in the nation, Kentucky has some of the worst access in the U.S. to education, healthcare, … Continue reading FROM THE HOOD TO THE HOLLER Makes Its NY Premiere at Brooklyn Film Festival


This release comes to us from Topic Studios. The new documentary from Topic Studios, Turn Every Page will premiere at this year's Tribeca Festival. The film explores the remarkable decades-long collaboration between two literary legends, writer Robert Caro and his editor Robert Gottlieb, as they race to complete their life’s work. It will be featured … Continue reading TURN EVERY PAGE: THE ADVENTURES OF ROBERT CARO AND ROBERT GOTTLIEB Receives World Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival

Indigo Girls, Vijay Iyer and Talib Kweli featured in “MIXTAPE TRILOGY: STORIES OF THE POWER OF MUSIC”

Mixtape Trilogy: Stories of the Power of Music is a documentary that explores the unifying power of music and examines the relationship between musical artists and their fans. Featured artists include: Indigo Girls, Vijay Iyer, and Talib Kweli.