Click on the slide!

The Nine Muses

A film by John Akomfrah.

Click on the slide!

Burning Down the House: The Story of CBGB

The history of legendary rock club CBGB

Click on the slide!

Burning Ice

Burning Ice documents a group of artists as they journey to Greenland's coast to study climate change

Click on the slide!

Sketches of Frank Gehry

The life and times of architect Frank Gehry

Directed by Sydney Pollack

Click on the slide!

What Remains

Emmy nominated film showcasing the works of Sally Mann

Emmy nominated film on photographer Sally Mann


Afternoon of a Faun at Berlinale
Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq directed by Nancy Buirski selected for the Berlinale Special screening. VIEW INFO

Recent Press

TV observes 50th anniversary of The March on Washington, “I Have A Dream”


"I Have a Dream!" - Denzel Washington Narrates “The March” on PBS”


I Have a Dream: TV celebrates history


Tuned In: PBS, cable networks revisit '63 march


Commemorating the March on Washington: Where to watch on TV


Vegas PBS commemorates 50th anniversary of historic March on Washington with week of special programs


TV Picks: Archival rom-coms, a teen caper, films about equality


The March' review: The rally that changed America


March of history PBS film about 1963 civil rights rally packs a lot into an hour


CNN, PBS to air special ‘March’ programs


The Man Nobody Knew - Rome Screening
Please join director Carl Colby and producer David Johnson for a free screening of THE MAN NOBODY KNEW: In Search of My Father CIA Spymaster William Colby on Wednesday, April 11th at 8:00pm at Casa del Cinema-Villa Borghese (Largo Marcello Mastroianni1, Veneto & Borghese). Watch the trailer here.

It Is What It IS
It Is What It IS is a documentary film that follows a family of five as they try to build their sustainable Manhattan dream home. Please see their Indiegogo Campaign to learn more.

THE NINE MUSES screening at MOMA
THE NINE MUSES will be screening at MOMA in New York City through October 12th. For details please see the MOMA website.