Directed by William Watson “Haka and Guitars,” which screened at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, heads to Te Aroha, New Zealand on Oct. 29th for the Arohanui Film Fest.
Directed by Kevin Double, “Set in Stone” screens at the Arohanui Film Festival on October 29th. A Q&A with the filmmaker will follow the screening.
Coming 2017, “Chosen Men” directed by Aaron Sayers offers viewers a revealing look at the bond of veterans and life after service.
Another amazing looking documentary set to come out of New Zealand later this year, “McLaren” from director Roger Donaldson (“Dante’s Peak” and “Species”). The feature-length film looks at the life, career, and legacy of racing legend Bruce McLaren and includes interviews with his close family, friends, and drivers Mario Andretti, Chris Amon, and Sir Jackie Continue Reading
From Norway, “A Dream at Sea” directed by Trond Nicholas Perry and Erik Pirolt makes its New Zealand premiere this Saturday, October 29th, at the Arohanui Film Festival. The film is the first feature-length documentary by the pair of artists and chronicles their attempt to build a boat out of garbage and sail it with Continue Reading
Premiering Nov. 21st on HBO, “Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing” directed by Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg recounts the 2013 terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon that left three dead and injured approximately 264 others. The film produced in association with the Boston Globe will look at the resiliency and present lives of those who Continue Reading
Bob Hercules’ and Rita Coburn Whack’s feature-length documentary on legendary writer and civil rights activist Maya Angelou is set to hit theaters October 14th. From Arc Entertainment and presented by American Masters Pictures, the film shares new insight on Angelou’s early/personal life to her prolific and influential career, and includes rare footage of the poet Continue Reading
Exciting news for those awaiting Adam Nimoy’s “For the Love of Spock” documentary. It was announced this week that the film will be released in select theaters across the U.S. and VOD on September 9th. The film is available for pre-order right now on iTunes.
Here are 5 uplifting/fun short films sure to raise your spirits at this year’s inaugural Melbourne Documentary Film Festival. Screening 9 July @ 12:00 p.m. during Shorts Session 1 – “Brooms in: A Quidditch Story” by Mark Hellinger. A group of misfits bond playing Quidditch, the fictional game created by J.K. Rowling in the Harry Potter books. The Continue Reading
Coming to DVD and VOD June 7th, “The Way We Talk” directed by Michael Turner is a personal exploration of how stuttering has shaped one filmmaker’s life, and his ultimate journey towards self-acceptance. On the film’s website Turner states, “There is no revelation or cure in the story, just a step closer to being at peace with Continue Reading