Technicolor-PostWorks New York is serving as a Signature Sponsor of this month’s DOC NYC documentary film festival.
Technicolor-PostWorks New York colorist Eli Friedman and re-recording mixer Christopher Koch, CAS will join director Marcus Robinson and editor Leo Cullen in a panel discussion on Robinson’s documentary Rebuilding the World Trade Center at the CCW+ SATCON conference, November 12th at the Javits Convention Center in New York.
Independent filmmaker Cirina Catania will screen clips from her new documentary – Courage & Creativity - The Magic of Conviction – at the Mopictive (Moving Picture Collective) on Veterans Day, November 11 meeting. The film tells the story of Marine Corporal Kionte Storey, a wounded hero turned athlete.
The Hadza: Last Of The First chronicles the lives of the Hadza tribe of Tanzania, possibly the last true hunter-gatherer group on earth.
Megaphone Films has produced a new 25-minute documentary, Waging A Living In London, chronicling the successful campaign by cleaners at The Barbican theatre to secure a substantial pay rise, from around £6 to £8 per hour.
New York City’s PBS station WNET 13 will feature Our Cameras, Our Stories, a series of short autobiographical documentaries by a group of talented high school filmmakers.
Downtown Community Television Center's program Media Enabled Musketeers will partner, this fall, with Moscow's Journalism Advancement and Support Center to connect disabled citizens with American and Russian local media organizations.
On this, the thirteenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C., Rebuilding the World Trade Center, Irish artist and filmmaker Marcus Robinson’s remarkable documentary about the reconstruction of the New York City landmark, makes its U.S. premiere tonight at 6 p.m. on History.
Downtown Community Television Center's program Media Enabled Musketeers will partner, this fall, with Moscow's Journalism Advancement and Support Center to connect disabled citizens with American and Russian local media organizations. One of the films showcased is Jonathan Novick's eye-opening Don’t Look Down on Me, which took the Internet by storm, going live on Youtube August 7th.
Drafthouse Films and the Film Society of Lincoln Center have announced the gallery opening of The Dog: Images of a Real Bad Boy - Photographs By Marcia Resnick, in conjunction with the theatrical release of Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren's documentary The Dog. The exhibit will open August 6 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's The Furman Gallery at the Walter Reade Theater that include photos Resnick took of The Dog himself, John Wojtowicz, the inspiration for Al Pacino's character in Dog Day Afternoon, at his most candid in the 1970s. The exhibit will stay up until August 15.