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On this day in 2016, School Life, a heartwarming documentary about the last remaining boarding school for primary age children in Ireland, was released in theaters. This film was directed by Neasa Ní Chianáin, whose career has included many gems, including this one.
Neasa Ní Chianáin is an Irish documentary filmmaker whose work has ranged from controversial to beloved.… read more.
Two years ago today, Carron Little presented Life In Circles, a visual poem which included live performance, prints, paintings, and video footage, on a Livestream on the Twitch channel of Martine Viale. The multimedia nature of this presentation, along with its accessibility to the public, perfectly represent Carron Little as an artist. … read more.
On this day in 2019, Before You Know It, a comedy about a dysfunctional pair of sisters, was released in theaters. That makes today the perfect day to celebrate the longstanding collaboration of the dynamic duo at the heart of the film, Jen Tullock and Hannah Pearl Utt!
Jen Tullock and Hannah Pearl Utt are both actors and filmmakers whose collaboration began with the 2015 comedic short film Partners, which they wrote together.… read more.
Four years ago today, Angel of Mine was released in theaters. That makes today the perfect day to celebrate its fabulous director, Kim Farrant!
Kim Farrant is an Australian director known for her riveting mysteries and thrillers. Born and raised in Australia, Kim received her masters in Film and TV Directing from the Australian Film Television and Radio school.… read more.
Five years ago today, The Bookshop (or La Librería) was released in theaters. A visually stunning and perfectly-acted historical drama, this film was written and directed by Isabel Coixet, who we will be celebrating today.
Isabel Coixet is a Spanish filmmaker whose work has reached great success both in Spain and in the USA.… read more.
To celebrate the release of American Factory on this day in 2019, we’re taking a look back at its director Julia Reichert’s incredible career.
Julia Reichert was an American filmmaker and activist. In the late sixties, Julia began her lifelong involvement with interviewing and storytelling, and with feminism.… read more.