A deeply personal documentary that weaves together the stories of a deaf boy growing up, his deaf grandfather growing old and Ludwig van Beethoven the year he was blindsided by deafness and wrote his iconic sonata.
The first documentary portrait of fashion icon Ralph Lauren, this feature-length documentary reveals the man behind the icon and the creation of one of the most successful brands in fashion history.
The Apollo chronicles the unique history and contemporary legacy of New York City’s landmark Apollo Theater. Over the last 85 years, what began as a refuge for marginalized artists has emerged as a hallowed hall of black excellence and empowerment.
This film explores the past and present of the iconic Statue of Liberty. It follows Diane von Furstenberg in her quest to discover how sculptor Auguste Bartholdi’s dream became a reality and what the statue means to people around the world.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Buzz Bissinger reveals himself during a tumultuous year in his personal life as he collaborates with Caitlyn Jenner on her biography and exposes his own buried desires in ways that test his marriage and family.
József is a pianist who fuses contemporary jazz with Roma music. Befriended by sax legend Tim Ries, he longs to escape humdrum Hungary and make it big in America, yet learns that more important than the destination is the journey itself.
A special following the making of GAME OF THRONES Season 8. For a year, acclaimed British filmmaker Jeanie Finlay was embedded on the set of the hit HBO series, chronicling the creation of the show’s most ambitious and complicated season.
This documentary feature will focus on drag culture past and present through the revival of Wigstock, the iconic NYC annual drag queen festival.
This isn’t China. This is Chinatown. Set in the ruthless world of San Francisco in the late 1800s, pitting rival Chinatown crime families against each other, against the police… and against an overtly racist white working class.
“Everybody has problems. Nobody goes through life unscathed, and I think if you write about those things, you’re going to touch people.” This film is an intimate and candid look at the life and art of legendary composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim.
Song of Parkland tells the story of drama students who harness the power of the arts to heal themselves and their community in the wake of tragedy.
Acclaimed filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi takes a look at the future of San Francisco – where the tech revolution is causing economic shifts in a city that has long been the counter-culture capital of the U.S.
A portrait of the esteemed figurative painter by the man who knew him best: his son. In intimate interviews, actor Robert De Niro, Jr. profiles an artist whose talent went largely unrecognized as the pop-art movement swept the nation in the 1960s.
Positively Naked is a documentary that chronicles Spencer Tunick’s art installation with 85 HIV-positive men and women.
After a highly unconventional childhood in the Children of God, a cult that mixed religion with sex, filmmaker Noah Thomson escaped to begin a normal life. But after experiencing years of sexual abuse and neglect, Noah may never know what “normal” is.
Chronicles the journey taken by an iconic Andy Warhol “Brillo Box” sculpture once owned by the filmmaker’s parents, who bought it for $1,000 in 1969, traded it two years later – and saw it auctioned off in 2010 for over $3 million.
This documentary follows veterans and activeduty service members from varied backgrounds who come together to combat their traumas through the written word in a USO-sponsored arts workshop at Walter Reed National Military Hospital.
How did everything come to life? From creating White Walkers to a singing guest star to crafting Dragonstone, Maisie Williams, Emilia Clarke and other cast and crew debrief on the making of Season 7 & 8 of Game of Thrones.
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