Documentary “River Of Gold” Released in the U.S.


Documentary, Narrated by Sissy Spacek and Herbie Hancock, Reveals Deadly Impact of Illicit Gold Mining In The Amazon Riveting documentary River of Gold, which sounds the alarm about the dire threat of illicit and unregulated gold mining to the Amazon Rainforest, is now available on digital rental platforms in the U.S., with additional countries to follow. Narrated by Academy Award winner Sissy Spacek and…

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MasterClass: Storytelling Through Portrait Photography


Tyler Mitchell, History Making Photographer behind iconic Beyoncé and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez covers shares his approach to capturing meaningful portraits MasterClass, the streaming platform where anyone can learn from the world’s best across a wide range of subjects, today announced that photographer Tyler Mitchell—the first Black photographer to shoot a cover of American Vogue—will teach a class on storytelling through portrait photography….

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U.S. Army Reveals the People Behind the Uniform in New Animated Film Series

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The U.S. Army released “The Calling,” a new animated film series that profiles the deeply emotional and diverse origin stories of five Soldiers as they make the most important decision of their lives: answering the call to serve. At a time of a widening military-civilian divide, “The Calling” provides an important and rare inside look at the lives and motivations…

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New Institute for Family Reimagines U.S. Child Welfare System

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Institute for Family, founded by Children’s Home Society of North Carolina in October 2020, has re-released an award-winning documentary film, “From Place to Place” ahead of the next phase of the Family First Prevention Services Act this fall. The film, produced ten years ago by Matt Anderson, director of Institute for Family, and Paige Williams, founder and CEO of AudPop, tells the story of children growing…

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WorkingNation Examines Today’s Middle Class in ‘The Middle: Indianapolis’

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LOS ANGELES — WorkingNation, a national nonprofit reporting on the future of work, today published “The Middle: Indianapolis,” a digital magazine examining the struggle to preserve one city’s middle class amid a changing workplace where workers must adapt and gain new skills just to stay afloat. Melissa Panzer of WorkingNation: “We took special care to get … real stories about real people.” This…

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Emmy award-winning filmmaker focuses lens on Florida’s struggling springs


Two-part documentary produced by Explica Media spotlights activists’ efforts to save springs from extinction   MIAMI — The growing fragility of Florida’s freshwater springs, and the grassroots groups fighting to save these natural waters from extinction, are the focus of a new two-part documentary by Emmy award-winning filmmaker Oscar Corral. View the trailer HERE. Visit the website, and follow the film on social media: FB & IG.    …

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Short Film ‘IN THE VISIBLE’ Is Now Available On YouTube


DIRECTOR NATASHA LEE AND PRODUCER LUCIA TRAN EXAMINE THE AAPI EXPERIENCE IN AMERICA   LOS ANGELES — Short documentary film IN THE VISIBLE is now available on YouTube. Director Natasha Lee and Producer Lucia Tran assembled an all-volunteer, all Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) identifying crew in the days following the March 16, 2021, mass shooting of six AAPI victims in Atlanta, GA. Through the AAPI…

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MasterClass Announces First Class on Graphic Design

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Legendary graphic designer David Carson shares his groundbreaking approach of bringing intuition and rebellion into design   MasterClass, the streaming platform where anyone can learn from the world’s best across a wide range of subjects, today announced that David Carson will teach a class on graphic design. Guided by instinct instead of design norms, Carson will bring members inside his iconic and…

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Seeding Change Documentary Inspiring Consumers to Shop Smarter for the Planet Debuts on Earth Day

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Seeding Change explores how businesses are working to create positive change   SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. — This Earth Day, Seeding Change, an award-winning, thought-provoking documentary will give an inside look into how large corporations affect climate change, inspiring consumers to shop smarter. Directed by renowned filmmaker Richard Yelland, the film takes a first-hand look at mission-based businesses that are working to fight…

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