Referred to as the Blue Heart of Siberia, Lake Baikal is the deepest lake on earth and magically lures different cultures to coexist and fuse peacefully within its realm of mind-blowing beauty. Moscow-based RSS Production set out to capture the essence of this unique area in the exquisite new documentary film Baikal directed by Alexander Dukhon.
Even on the shortest day of the year, the owners of Ford hybrid and electric cars are able to draw enough energy from the sun to power their vehicles according to an uplifting new ad for the automaker.
Florida-based cinematographer Michael Minock’s new film, Don’t Look Away, tells the story of the growing tragedy that is human trafficking. The 25-minute film will be submitted to film festivals and provided free of charge to organizations that specialize in caring for and rehabilitating victims of the crime.
Life After Death From Above 1979, director Eva Michon’s documentary about the Canadian punk/dance duo, is now available for theatrical screening through the web-based distribution platform Tugg.
Cinedigm has acquired North American home entertainment rights to It Happened Here, the compelling new documentary from director Lisa F. Jackson and producer Marjorie Schwartz Nielsen that explores sexual assault on campuses through the personal testimonials of five survivors who transform their experiences into a springboard for change.
In the documentary Red Planet Rover, new facts and findings are unveiled with the results of Mars Curiosity rover’s first two years of explorations and finally answering the question “could life ever have existed here?”
National Geographic Studios has acquired the global theatrical rights to the film Living in the Age of Airplanes.
The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers is producing a documentary on the intriguing history of motion-imaging technology to celebrate the Society's centennial anniversary in 2016.
The American Film Institute announced today the appointment of producer and the executive director of the International Documentary Association Michael Lumpkin as director of AFI Docs, the Institute's annual documentary festival in Washington, DC.
In early 2013, director Mark Hayes read a story about a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge, Craig Mitchell, who started the Midnight Mission running club consisting of former substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless people and others who fell on hard times — either by making the wrong choices at earlier points in their lives, or by simple misfortune.