I wrote this in mid-December. I’ll try to update it as things change, but no promises. Also, I broke the list up into streaming and not streamingAbacus: Small Enough to Jail (dir. Steve James) — streaming on PBS’s website and app. LinkCity of Ghosts (dir. Matthew Heineman) — streaming on Amazon for free with Prime. LinkAn Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power (dir. Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk) — available for rent on Amazon ($5.99). LinkLA 92 (dir.
Dolly Parton launched the Imagination Library in her hometown of Sevierville, Tennessee in 1996 as a way to reduce illiteracy by providing free, age-appropriate books to children every month from birth to age five. Since its founding, DPIL has expanded from Sevier County to all 50 states and 4 countries. It currently gives away more than one million books every month. Our documentary will cover this organization as it prepares to handout its 100 millionth free book.
Here is where to watch all the 2017 documentary Academy Award nominees. 13th - Netflix. Watch here w/ login. Fire at Sea - Doesn't seem to be available streaming in America. I Am Not Your Negro - Not streaming. Will be in select theaters in February and then eventually will be streaming on Amazon.
@lizgarbus Thanks for the follow. Completely in love with your work. As an aside, if you're ever sitting around and think, "Wow, I'd love to skype w/ some documentary students at University of Tennessee" feel free to reach out.
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