Elia Kazan, director of On the Waterfront, and Carl Foreman, creator of High Noon, tell their stories of the Hollywood blacklist through these two iconic films – each an allegory of the McCarthy Era. Premieres in October on Turner Classic Movies.
This three-part documentary with animation by Yoni Goodman (Waltz with Bashir) features a leader of the Pagan's outlaw motorcycle gang who seeks redemption after snitching on his Pagan brothers. Now streaming on Discovery+.
A music-infused documentary about composer-choreographer Meredith Monk, one of the great artistic pioneers of our time. The film, backed by Steven Spielberg's Jewish Story Partners, features interviews with Björk and David Byrne.
The appointment of Bill Burns as CIA Director caps a lifetime of foreign service that earned him the moniker “America’s secret diplomatic weapon.” In this documentary, Burns and his contemporaries reflect on the power and purpose of American diplomacy at a pivotal moment in world politics. Executive Producer: Reid Hoffman.
In this short film featured by the Washington Post, wide receiver Kenny Stills and broadcaster Bob Costas defend the choice to take a knee during the national anthem. Winner of the Edward R. Murrow Award.
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