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Horizon Productions Sep 21
Welcoming another Telly to our awards collection! Kudos to our Tim Finkbiner for producing this important documentary on the history of with our friend and colleague,
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Surge Documentary Sep 21
TODAY! Tune in to watch 🎥 on Showtime Next HD @ 12:00 PM ET.
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thetinderboxfilm@gmail.com Sep 21
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Collector Media Sep 18
So many good reviews about the documentary film presented This film explores why is so essential to American society in ways never done before. This is a masterpiece.
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Surge Documentary 17h
TODAY! Tune in to watch 🎥 on Showtime FamilyZone @ 2:30PM ET and again at 11:45PM ET.
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Euvrard Loubser Sep 21
🍾✄ Wrapped a string of short form Documentaries this week, about people representing World Heritage Sites in Africa 🎬🌍 With filmmaker Konrad Raubenheimer 🎥
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ZapruDer Pictures Sep 21
WHY WE FIGHT is knocking out Amazon. If you check it out, please leave a fair review.
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Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities Sep 21
The LEH is now accepting nominations for the 2021 , including of the Year. 2017's winning film- "Small Town Rage: Fighting Back in the Deep South," directed by David Hylan & Raydra Hall- chronicled AIDS activism in NWLA.
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Squared Pictures Sep 19
Tonight! Watch our film 100 YEARS FROM HOME on KCET at 9:30pm. 🇦🇲
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Eduardo Montes-Bradley Sep 15
ALICE Outtakes from the upcoming documentary by Eduardo Montes-Bradley. @chorus_america @ixtatanfoundation @bethnevilleevans
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the korea project 6h
“Standing in this spot, I couldn't help but imagine the future of Seoul myself. But the Seoul I imagine is not a flashy city bristling with skyscrapers." ― Janghee Lee, Seoul's Historic Walks in Sketches
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TIRANA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL Sep 17
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Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities Sep 21
Replying to @LA_Humanities
More on how to submit nominations for the of the Year award, given to the documentary released in 2020 that best exemplifies scholarship on Louisiana topics or by filmmakers, at the link. Deadline is Oct. 23! .
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The Latino Cancer Institute 2h
We might all remember that one teacher who gave you the benefit of the doubt, the lasting words of advice that still resonate, the thumbs up in the face of your doubt! a film by
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Architexturez South Asia Sep 18
"...working in architecture in many respects is really more a working on oneself, on one’s own interpretation, on one’s own way of seeing things." – Ludwig Wittgenstein . . URL:
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Eduardo Montes-Bradley Sep 14
BI-ROLL | from the floor of the editing room to your screen. @ Charlottesville, Virginia
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Joe Lewis Sep 15
Very excited and honored to narrate this beautiful nature documentary piece on the Spectacled Bear!! •
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Anthony Djavan Harris Sep 17
This film documents how those in and around New York City still found time during this unusual summer to put in that work and strive for health and sanity in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Film.Ca Cinemas Sep 16
Remember to tune in to FIFF this week! (Our totally legit film festival...🤣) One Pandemic Day is still playing every day 🎥 FIFF is all online, so tune in on Vimeo on Demand and watch from your couch! 🛋
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Colors of Resistance Sep 18
A brilliant read from author & artist ⁦⁩ who explains why art is such a power tool of & social change - concepts that we embrace wholeheartedly in our film!
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