Olberman got into a contretemps with the network over his role during Republican primary election coverage last December. But the host has a history of butting heads with management and other bosses, starting with ESPN, including MSNBC and now with the leadership at Current.
The 25 projects from around the world selected to take part in this year's pitch forum include TIFF Pitch This! winner Leone Stars (pictured), and Let the Fire Burn, winner of the Realscreen Summit's So You Think You Can Pitch?
Using fragments of original footage from the 1960s and 1970s, documentary filmmaker John Cohen captures the music and culture surrounding American bluegrass singer, banjo player and guitarist Roscoe Holcomb, The 2010 film, “Roscoe Holcomb: the Man from Daisy Kentucky,” is comprised of outtakes from two of Cohen’s previous films about the musician, “The High Lonesome Sound” from 1963 and “Musical Holdouts” from 1975.
Three-time Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Tonio Guerra died this past Wednesday in his native Italy. He was 92. Over the years, Guerra collaborated with the great European filmmakers Federico Fellini, Andrei Tarkovsky and Theo Angelopoulos. He’s best known for helping pen the films Casanova ’70, Blow-Up and Fellini’s Amarcord–all of which were Oscar-nominated.
Among a slate of 22 new titles and 35 returning series, U.S. nets Food Network and Cooking Channel are launching series with Margaret Cho and Trisha Yearwood, and a special on childhood hunger in America.
Left Turn Films, the prodco behind Sons of Perdition, wowed judges at the MIPDoc International Pitch competition in Cannes with its latest project, which documents the life and exploits of master magician and "professional skeptic," The Amazing...
With MIPDoc kicking off on Friday, we at realscreen are happy to present the projects heading to this year's MIPTV market that we feel are "must sees," from war horses and hero dogs, to super spiders and human towers.
While programmers mull over potential new time slots for 'Independent Lens' and 'POV,' the docmakers that protested PBS' decision to move the long-running doc strands to a night typically associated with local programming vow to continue to raise...
Google execs have spoken to some of the film studios about offering Android users the option to buy titles, sources tell CNET. The formerly named Android Market currently offers rentals. Read this blog post by Greg Sandoval on Media Maverick.
Filmed in Toronto, Trinidad and India, this feature documentary is a personal portrait of cricket, a sport steeped in issues of identity, nationalism, race and history. Once the ... — Enjoy over a thousand films on our Facebook page.
Earth’s last frontier is about to be explored firsthand after more than half a century. It’s a mission to the deepest part of the ocean, so deep that the pressure is the equivalent of three SUVs sitting on your toe.
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