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News for July 2018
Abacus, Edith+Eddie earn Emmy® nominations
July 26, 2018
Kartemquin is thrilled to share that both Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, and Edith+Eddie have earned nominations for 2018 News & Documentary Emmy® Awards. Find the full release here. The awards ceremony will take place on October 1, 2018 at Jazz
WATCH the trailer for Lady Parts Justice in the New World Order
July 24, 2018
The official trailer for Lady Parts Justice in the New World Order is HERE! The docu-series, directed by Ruth Leitman, follows the Lady Parts Justice league – led by The Daily Show's co-creator Lizz Winstead – as it barnstorms the country with a
MNFF honors Steve James with Sustained Excellence in Documentary Filmmaking Award
July 23, 2018
Acclaimed director Steve James will receive Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival's 'Sustained Excellence in Documentary Filmmaking Award' on the closing night of the fest at 6:30PM on August 26. The fest will also screen James' 2018 Academy Award-
WATCH the trailer for Minding the Gap
July 18, 2018
Hulu today released the official trailer for Minding the Gap, the Sundance Special Jury Award-winning film directed, produced and edited by Bing Liu, produced by Diane Quon, and edited by Joshua Altman. The film will be available on Hulu and
Minding the Gap's official Hulu poster is here!
July 12, 2018
Today The Film Stage unveiled the official Hulu poster for Bing Liu's Sundance award-winning Minding the Gap in an exclusive – calling it "2018's best documentary so far." See the full exclusive here. The film will be available on Hulu, with a
All The Queen's Horses now streaming on Netflix; premiere party tonight!
July 10, 2018
Award-winning All The Queen's Horses by Kelly Richmond Pope is now available to stream on Netflix! Stream the film here. The filmmaking team will also host a special premiere party screening on Tuesday, July 10 at DePaul University. Details here.
Keep Talking now available through PBS Plus: watch the film today!
July 5, 2018
Keep Talking, the award-winning debut feature documentary from director Karen Lynn Weinberg, is now available to view on select local PBS stations through PBS Plus. The film, and all 8 bonus never-before-seen clips, is also available to view on the