Just what id been waiting for! ‘Hollywood Bulldogs: The Rise and Falls of the Great British Stuntman’ by Jon Spira ( @videojon @britbox )


Over the years I have often wondered why there weren’t more documentaries about the stuntmen and stuntwomen that performed such death defying feats in hundreds of the movies that ive seen over the years. Yes now and again we get a small featurette on a DVD or a bluray taking us behind the scenes of…

The Beatles and India a fascinating, award-winning feature documentary from Ajoy Bose, which gets UK digital release 4 October courtesy of 101 Films ( @101_films @ajinbaba )


When the world’s most famous band The Beatles made their seminal trip to India in 1968, not only did it inspire a new musical direction for the band, it paved the way for a brand new sound that still resonates across cultural and musical landscapes to this day. Now a new, award-winning feature documentary The Beatles and India from Silva…

Abundant Art release documentary charting the effects of the pandemic on the performing arts. Movie Forward, Looking Back #2020


Arts association and independent film makers Abundant Art have released a new documentary charting the effects of the pandemic on the performing arts. MOVING FORWARD, LOOKING BACK #2020 follows three dancers, as they navigate the succession of lockdowns and the sudden shutdown of their working lives – each one at a different stage of their professional development,…

More proof that aliens have and do visit us! In documentary VOLCANIC UFO MYSTERIES. Out now on Amazon Prime


The Mystery of UFO sightings are now well apart of mankind’s oral and written history. This story follows a journalist’s quest to uncover the truth behind UFO sightings at active volcano sights across Latin America, and one activist’s pursuit to have the United State’s government admit to E.T visitation throughout history. Jaime Maussan has been…

THAT CLICK, the story of Hollywood photographer Douglas Kirkland, out now on digital platforms ( @UKKaleidoscope ) #filmtwitter #photography


From Marilyn Monroe to Jack Nicholson and Leonardo DiCaprio, Douglas Kirkland has photographed the Hollywood elite for more than 60 years.  This is his incredible untold story…   A man at the cutting edge of fashion, photojournalism and portraiture, photographer to the stars Douglas Kirkland has, with his camera, portrayed over sixty years of pop…

What Was Virginia Woolf Afraid Of? receives its DVD release on 16th November 2020


Following its highly acclaimed TV premiere on the Sky Arts channel in 2019, the new documentary What Was Virginia Woolf Afraid Of? receives its DVD release on 16th November 2020.   Exploring her life and work, drawing upon key biographers, literary critics and psychologists, the programme seeks to understand her remarkable but deeply troubled and disturbed life.  From 1915,…

THE PITY OF WAR: POETS AT THE FRONT explores experiences of Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon and fellow poets in insightful documentary, available to buy on DVD from 28th September.


Focusing on those whose poetic output remains perhaps the most impactful and influential THE PITY OF WAR: POETS AT THE FRONT explores the experiences of Wilfred Owen and Siegfried Sassoon and their fellow poets including Rupert Brooke, Robert Graves and Vera Brittain, in this insightful documentary, available to buy on DVD from 28th September. Through the extensive use…

DTF Takes to the Skies on VOD September 15th A Lonely Pilot Searches for Love in New Documentary and takes a hot and heavy trip around the globe


Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios company, in a partnership with Jump Seat Productions, has announced the Digital HD and Cable VOD launch of director Al Bailey’s DTF, a documentary about one pilot’s search for love and sex through Tinder and the friendly skies.  DTF will premiere at LA’s Dances With Films before a VOD launch in the United States.  DTF will be…