Articles Tagged “Documentary”

  • “Tread” Review

    Director Paul Solet’s new film Tread documents the unbelievable true story of welder Marvin Heemeyer’s rampage in the small Colorado town of Granby. Through actual footage, re-enactments, Marvin’s taped confession and interviews with Granby locals we learn the whole story for the very first time. Once we see what led up to the events of […]

  • DC Divas Football Team Star in Doc “Women with Balls”

    The Women with Balls documentary follows the 2015 season of the women’s football team the D.C. Divas. Director/Producer Robert Mac (Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, The Small Poppies) and Actor/Producer Paul Blackthorne (Arrow, The Dresden Files, The American Journey) team up to introduce viewers to the underground world of full contact women’s football and bring […]

  • Be in the Action with Noel Gugliemi

    Noel Gugliemi has been acting for over twenty-five years in films ranging from dramas, to comedies, action and thrillers. These days Noel is working on sharing a message of hope through his own films with his production company Entangled Entertainment. Beyond film Noel also owns the apparel company Godsterz Gear and travels as a guest […]

  • HBO Documentary Films – Life According to Sam

    Sam Berns is more than your average high school junior celebrating his love for music and sports. His courage, wisdom and grace far excel that of people who are two or three times his age. Tonight Sam graciously invites us into his life by sharing his struggles with progeria in the new HBO documentary Life […]

  • Unsung Heroes: Review of Documentary Twenty Feet from Stardom

      Twenty Feet from Stardom is a loving tribute to the women who do much more than simply back up headlining artists. This is really a documentary to sink your teeth into, especially if you consider yourself a music lover. The film tells the history of not just the evolution of backup singing and the […]

  • “Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop”: A Review

    “I might be a fucking genius, or I might be the biggest dick ever. I don’t know.” I can’t imagine there’s a person alive who doesn’t know about the kerfuffle between Conan O’Brien, Jay Leno, NBC, and the 2009 battle for the right to host The Tonight Show*.  The documentary Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop doesn’t […]

  • A “Being Elmo” Trailer Is Here

    Prepare yourself. If you’re remotely into Sesame Street or The Muppets, you will definitely want to check this flick out. But if Elmo bothers you, well, you might want to think twice about clicking play. Me? I can’t wait to check this out. The cultural fascination with Elmo in turn fascinates me, and I’m on […]

  • Waiting for Superman / Documentary with Movie Poster

    The Waiting for Superman documentary shows the failure of the American Public Education. The filmmakers follow and interview several families with children who are low-income and show how they struggle through the educational system.  These parents are fighting so hard to get their children a better education so they can go to college and have a better chance in getting a good […]

  • Sundance Smash “Being Elmo” Hits Theaters In October

    One of the biggest flicks to come out of this year’s Sundance Film Festival was Being Elmo, a documentary about puppeteer Kevin Clash and his rise to stardom as the Sesame Street character Elmo. The film will have a limited run in early October and will open wider as the word of mouth grows. From […]

  • Somewhere Between – Documentary

    In SOMEWHERE BETWEEN, filmmaker Linda Goldstein Knowlton takes a very personal journey to tell the intimate stories of four teenage girls who live in different parts of the United States but are united by one thing: all four were adopted from China as a baby. As their birth parents could not keep them largely because […]