The Space Race uncovers the little-known stories of the first black pilots, engineers and scientists to become astronauts. Simultaneously championed and exploited as political pawns, some made it to space, while others were erased from history. For the first time, The Space Race puts their lived experiences back into the space exploration narrative and uncovers what it means for the next generation of Black astronauts.
The famous right-to-die legal battle over Terri Schiavo’s fate divided a family and launched an American culture war. This film explores how the “pro-life” movement harnessed Terri’s story for political gain, raising questions about the government’s role in our private lives and who decides if a life is worth living.
Reflecting upon The Star-Spangled Banner, Anthem follows acclaimed composer Kris Bowers (Bridgerton, When They See Us, King Richard) and GRAMMY®-winning music producer Dahi (Travis Scott, Kendrick Lamar, Drake) as they take a musical journey traveling across America to create a new sound, inspired by what our country’s national anthem might be if written in today’s time.
A 29-year-old novice nun leaves behind a promising career in engineering and a lively romantic life to embrace the passions of her faith. Through beautifully shot black-and-white footage, director Elizabeth Mirzaei provides an intimate and meditative portrait of Natalia through the transitory period of her life as she approaches her vows.