Daughters of Destiny is a 4-part Netflix original documentary series that chronicles the lives of five girls from Indian families who are among the so-called “Dalit” caste and most impoverished communities in the world.
Underdog Entertainment, a New York-based production company, today announced that “A Day in the Life of Lolita the Performing Orca” featuring world renowned orca biologist Dr. Ingrid N. Visser is being broadcast on rotation on People’s Weather, DStv Channel 180, in South Africa.
Fourteen productions have been selected as nominees for Best of Festival in the 2017 U.S. International Film & Video Festival. Nominees were in four production types: Corporate, Documentary, Education and Entertainment. This is the competition's 50th year.
Oriented (2015), a feature documentary film chronicling the lives of gay Palestinians living in Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel, has announced its release for digital steaming on Netflix, available worldwide in twenty-five languages on October 1,
Award winning independent film director Varda Bar-Kar is committed to making meaningful films and she does just that with her music documentary BIG VOICE picked up for North American distribution by Gravitas Ventures.
One of the surprise hits on the film festival circuit this year has been the documentary “Weiner,” the all-too-revealing inside look behind the failed New York City mayoral campaign of former Congressman Anthony Weiner that took home the Grand Jury Prize
Nametag Films/Chris Rupert, recently completed a content video for the American Heart Association.
Editor-by-day Nate Taylor has combined his passion for storytelling with the creative resources at his fingertips to co-write and produce the film The Dwarvenaut.
Among the recent work colored at Incendio by Santiago Padilla is Adam Nimoy’s new documentary For the Love of Spock, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival last month.