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YouTube’s new original documentary ‘Terms and Conditions’ isn’t about what you think

YouTube’s upcoming feature-length original isn’t about pages of legal documents but one of the UK’s most controversial underground music scenes. This week YouTube releases it’s latest in it’s music themed original documentaries. The feature length ‘Terms and Conditions’ follows UK Drill with an intense look at the rap scene and it’s culture. The film follows the people making the music that takes its roots from the offshoot of trap music that is imbued with natural, UK raw grit. Drill ...
Tags: Music, UK, London, Documentary, Youtube, Stabbings, US, Urban, Bbc, Chicago, Documentaries, BAFTA, Knife crime, Artist / Label News, Drill, Brian Hill


‘The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez’ Trailer: Netflix True Crime Docu-Series Puts the Whole System On Trial

The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez is a new six-part true crime series from Netflix, and it looks like a particularly tough watch. Indeed, the opening moments of the newly released trailer feature a court bailiff warning people in a courtroom that the case they’re about to hear is “very emotional” and that it might end up overwhelming them. In 2013, an 8-year-old boy died after long-standing abuse from his mother and her boyfriend. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez examines not so much the murder as...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Netflix, Aaron Swartz, Gawker, Los Angeles County, Gabriel, Brian Knappenberger, Knappenberger, TV Trailer, Gabriel Fernandez, The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez


Too little too late for Malcolm

Doccie Who Killed Malcolm X? has led to a belated reopening of his murder investigation The post Too little too late for Malcolm appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Murder, Prison, Documentary, Article, Netflix, New York Times, Friday, Malcolm X, Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm, Phil Bertelsen, Rachel Dretzin, Abdur-Rahman Muhammad, John Ali, Muslism Mosque Inc




The Times of Bill Cunningham Delightfully Captures the Fashion Photographer’s Artistry—and His More Sensitive Side

Even those of us who used to await and savor Bill Cunningham’s street-fashion photochronicle every week in the New York Times—where his work appeared from 1978 to 2016—probably had no idea how precious, in time, those photographs would come to be. Cunningham had two beats: society parties and, better yet, the polychrome cavalcade of fashion as seen on the streets of Paris and, most frequently, New York. His “On the Street” column, which featured candid pictures of individuals arranged into ...
Tags: New York, Movies, News, Documentary, Boston, New York City, Uncategorized, New York Times, Paris, The Times, Army, Bill Cunningham, The New York Times, Times, Street Photography, Sarah Jessica Parker




Netflix Picks Up Ava DuVernay’s Documentary About Late Rapper Nipsey Hussle

Netflix clearly likes being in business with director Ava DuVernay. The streaming service is already host to her acclaimed series When They See Us and her Oscar-nominated documentary 13th. Now Netflix is picking up a forthcoming documentary directed by Ava DuVernay that will shine a light on the late rapper Nipsey Hussle. Deadline has news on the Nipsey Hussle documentary landing at Netflix. Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY production banner is behind the film, along with Nipsey Hussle’s Marathon Films b...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, Jay Z, Los Angeles, Netflix, West Coast, Ava Duvernay, Lapd, Nipsey Hussle, Hussle, South Los Angeles, DuVernay, CRENSHAW, Roc Nation, Marathon Clothing, Ermias Joseph Asghedom


‘They’ve Gotta Have Us’ Trailer: Netflix’s Doc Series Chronicles the Evolution of Black Cinema

The history of Hollywood has been chronicled endlessly in various kinds of feature and television documentaries. But Ava DuVernay‘s film collective ARRAY is getting a little more specific with a new documentary series called They’ve Gotta Have Us, focusing on art, activism and race as it pertains to black cinema in Hollywood. The series features an assembly of some of the most influential black actors, actresses, writers and directors over the years, all talking about the evolution of black cin...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Documentary, US, Netflix, Harry Belafonte, Ava Duvernay, David Oyelowo, John Boyega, Frederick, John-Singleton, TV Trailer, Laurence-Fishburne, Don-Cheadle, Barry Jenkins


‘Boys State’ Review: This Stunning Documentary is One of the Best Films You’ll See This Year [Sundance 2020]

One attends a festival in hopes of finding a film that leaves you giddy with how good it is, seeking always for that thrill gained from a sense of discovery, uncovering that gem before it gets to be seen by a larger group of people. It’s almost like a drug, where you take hit after hit of cinema just waiting for one to fully give you that rush.  This is one of those movies you spend days and days just hoping to uncover. Boys State follows a bunch of high-strung Texan teens as they head to ...
Tags: Movies, Documentary, America, Features, Austin, Movie Reviews, Bernie Sanders, American Legion, Robert, Steven, Sundance, Capitol, Ben, Film Festivals, John Hughes, Stephen Miller


‘McMillions’ Review: The Great McDonald’s Monopoly Con Gets a Funny, Shocking Documentary [Sundance 2020]

McDonald’s made a killing with their Monopoly games – simply peel a card off a box of fries or a sweating cup of soda and you could be a winner! But there was a catch – a catch that McDonald’s wasn’t even aware of. While everyday ordinary people were able to win themselves free burgers, the higher prizes – fancy cars and bundles of money – had a weird way of going towards a group of interconnected people. Because someone on the inside had found a way to game the system, and pull off one a super...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Movies, Documentary, Fbi, Movie Reviews, Jacksonville Florida, Sundance, McDonald, Matthews, Jerry, Ce, Gennaro, Featured Stories Sidebar, Tim Robinson, FBI Matthews


"Beastie Boys Story" drops in April, watch the first trailer

On April 24, the "live documentary experience" Beastie Boys Story will premiere on Apple TV+. Spike Jonze directs the doc which is based on Mike D and Ad Rock's 2019 memoir and eponymous stage production, . The first trailer was just released. Beastie Boys blog (Jan. 25): “This is the eighth time I’ve rewritten this thing, the filmmakers kept telling me I was doing it wrong but I’m really feeling this one. Here’s what the film is: Mike Diamond and Adam Horovitz of Beastie Boys tell you an i...
Tags: Post, Video, News, Documentary, New York City, Spike Jonze, Mike, PAUL, Adam, Beastie Boys, Adam Yauch, Adam Horovitz, Mike Diamond, Yauch, Beastie Boys Story, Rock Doc


Should you stream it?

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‘Miss Americana’ Trailer: Taylor Swift is Ready to Be Herself

The Netflix doc Miss Americana wants to introduce you to a little known indie sensation. Her name is Taylor Swift – have you heard of her? Of course you have, I’m just being a smart-ass. Taylor Swift is a mega-star – a pop icon known worldwide. But according to Swift herself, she was never really free to be herself – until now. The documentary, which premieres at Sundance, follows Swift during a “transformational period in her life.” Watch the Miss Americana trailer below. Miss Americana Tr...
Tags: Movies, Taylor Swift, Documentary, Netflix, Movie Trailers, Swift, Wilson, Lana Wilson, Miss Americana






‘Visible: Out on Television’ Trailer: Apple TV+ Celebrates LGBTQ+ in New Documentary Series

Apple TV+ still has yet to release an original title that gets them into the cultural conversation on the same level as Disney+ (with the possible exception of The Morning Show). But as the streaming services rolls out its next slate of shows, some promising contenders are making an appearance. The latest is the five-part documentary series Visible: Out on Television, which charts the rise of LGBTQ representation on TV and the impact that it made on the community at large. Featuring a star-stud...
Tags: Apple, Television, Movies, Documentary, Disney, Gay, Lgbtq, Ryan White, Wilson Cruz, Wanda Sykes, Appletv, Visible: Out on Television, Jessica Hargrave, Lena Waithe Each, Jessica Hargrave Wilson Cruz


Science Of The Soul

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A Certain Kind Of Death

Unblinking and unsettling, this documentary lays bare a mysterious process that goes on all around us – what happens to people who die with no next of kin. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Christopher Lee – IN SEARCH OF DRACULA

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The Killing of America, 1981 DOCUMENTARY

A 1982 Japanese-American documentary film directed by Sheldon Renan and Leonard Schrader about. the decline of America. It features a lot a great footage (most exclusive to this film) from race riots... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Music, Documentary, America, All Other Stuff, Sheldon Renan, Leonard Schrader


A Beastie Boys Documentary from Spike Jonze Coming to Theaters and Apple TV+ in April

You won’t have to fight for your right to see a documentary about the hip-hop group Beastie Boys from Oscar-winning Her and Being John Malkovich director Spike Jonze, but you will have to pay for a movie ticket or Apple TV+ subscription. A new documentary called Beastie Boys Story has been picked up by Apple for release in select IMAX theaters this spring, and afterwards it will be exclusively available to stream on Apple TV+. Beastie Boys Story was written by remaining band members Mike “Mik...
Tags: Apple, Movies, Documentary, John Malkovich, Spike-Jonze, Ashley Newton, Beastie-Boys, Adam-Yauch, Adam Horovitz, Mike Diamond, Jonze, Yauch, Polygram Entertainment, Appletv, Jason Baum, Amanda Adelson


‘McMillions’ Trailer: Documentary Explains the Wild Story of Why You Never Won Those McDonald’s Monopoly Games

Remember the McDonald’s Monopoly game? It was everywhere in the 1990s, and you probably recall excitedly peeling a stamp off a box of French fries and checking to see if you won a huge prize, only to inevitably be disappointed. Turns out the game was being rigged by a former police officer who was stealing the big money prizes and passing them off to his friends, collecting a percentage of the “winnings” every time. In 2018, The Daily Beast published a wildly entertaining article detailing exac...
Tags: Hbo, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Documentary, America, Fbi, Mark-Wahlberg, McDonald, Ronald McDonald, TV Trailer, Steven Levinson, McDonald 's Monopoly, McMillions, Brian Lazarte Hernandez, Lazarte


Linda Ronstadt - The Sound of My Voice

Image borrowed from http://m.ww2.mediatly.com/cards/view/137370 I saw this film today and it was wonderful. It brought back a lot of memories. Linda has been a favorite of mine since my early childhood. OK, so I suppose it might be a stretch to connect Linda Ronstadt with the visual anthropology of Japan. She does have a song that mentions Yokohama (Poor Poor Pitiful Me, from the LP "Simple Dreams,"1977) and she did have concerts in Japan (1979, 1984, 1993). So there you go. And I certain...
Tags: Japan, Documentary, Anthropology, Linda Ronstadt, Linda


‘Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez’ Trailer: A New True Crime Doc From Netflix

“No one has allegedly murdered two people and then played an entire season as a professional athlete.” So says a voice at the start of a new trailer for Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez. The latest Netflix true crime doc series chronicles the story of Aaron Hernandez, a football player who spent three seasons with the New England Patriots before being arrested and convicted of murder. Killer Inside The Mind of Aaron Hernandez Trailer Netflix continues its quest to be the go-to...
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Shaman King Mangaka Hiroyuki Takei Profiled in Short Documentary

Japan-centric documentary YouTube channel Archipel recently received the chance to interview renowned Shaman King mangaka Hiroyuki Takei and have him talk about his work. The brief documentary covers the mangaka’s life from the moment he decided to enter the professional field all the way to his recent work, while also exploring his thoughts on storytelling […]
Tags: Japan, Documentary, Interviews, Anime, Manga, Archipel, Shaman King, Mangaka Hiroyuki Takei, Hiroyuki Takei


Are street and documentary photography art?

I think the question of whether something is or is not art is a bit disingenuous, and can be used more as a tool for gatekeeping than true analysis or critique. There is no objective standard for what makes something enjoyable as a piece of art, whether that is a photograph, music, sculpture, or a […] The post Are street and documentary photography art? appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Art, Photography, Documentary, Inspiration, Street Photography, Documentary Photography, Simon King, Street Photographer, Street Photo


‘The Last Dance’ Trailer: Get a Sneak Peek at ESPN’s Buzzy Michael Jordan Docuseries

ESPN is debuting The Last Dance, a 10-part documentary series on the Chicago Bulls during their legendary 1997-98 season, Michael Jordan’s final season as a Chicago Bull and the team’s last championship run of their dynasty. The Bulls granted a camera crew unprecedented access for the entire season, as the team went for its second three-peat. Watch The Last Dance trailer below. The Last Dance Trailer Last year, ESPN teased the existence of a documentary about Michael Jordan’s final seas...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Obama, Abc, Documentary, Sports, Netflix, Michael-Jordan, Espn, Jordan, Movie Trailers, Chicago Bulls, Justin Timberlake, Bulls, Chicago Bull, Mandalay Sports Media


‘Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez’ Trailer: Netflix Docuseries Chronicles the Fall of the Convicted Athlete

Netflix has released the trailer for its newest true-crime docuseries Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez. Directed by Geno McDermott, Killer Inside chronicles the fall of NFL superstar Aaron Hernandez, who in 2015 was convicted of murder, two years before he was found dead in his cell by suicide. It’s a dark and tragic story that comes from the studio behind Netflix’s Making a Murderer and Evil Genius. Watch the Killer Inside The Mind of Aaron Hernandez trailer below. Killer Inside ...
Tags: Television, Movies, Documentary, Boston, NFL, Netflix, Pandora, New England Patriots, National Football League, Aaron Hernandez, Hernandez, Bristol Connecticut, TV Trailer, Odin Lloyd, Killer Inside: The Mind of Aaron Hernandez, Convicted Athlete


‘Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up’ Trailer Teases an Intimate Look at the Comedian’s Career and Life, Including His Oscars Hosting Gaffe

Remember when Kevin Hart was supposed to host the Oscars and then completely messed it up by being stubborn? That’s where the trailer for the new Netflix documentary series, Kevin Hart: Don’t F**k This Up, begins. And it looks like we’ll get to see plenty that didn’t unfold in the public eye as Kevin Hart plays damage control, tries to tell his side of the story, and faces some of the most personal and detrimental moments of his career, including all the publicity about cheating on his pregnant...
Tags: Television, Movies, Documentary, Netflix, Kevin-Hart, Don, Hart, Kevin, Kevin Hart: Don't F**k This Up


Fake pizzas, real lookalike? / Des pizzas au goût de réchauffé?

THE ORIGINAL? Subway Pizza Sub “sorry Italy” – Oct 2019 Watch the TV Commercial Source : The Drum Agency : Above + Beyond (United Kingdom) LESS ORIGINAL Crust Australian Pizza “it’s not a pizza” –   Dec 2019 Watch the TV Commercial Source : CampaignBrief, Instagram, Facebook Agency : Mullen Lowe Sydney (Australia) [Author: Joe La Pompe]
Tags: Food, Documentary, Pizza, Restaurants, Advertising, United Kingdom, Italy, Naples, Sydney Australia, Mullen Lowe, Joe La Pompe, Same year, Same Idea, TV and Viral, Pizza Lovers, Tasting



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