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Review: Appearances are deceiving in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a romance that blooms in spite of its difficult surroundings; a horror twist on a family classic; a thorough exploration of a deranged man; and a musical portrait of a renowned lyricist.

Review: They’ve got double lives in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a family torn apart; a spin-off that misses the target; a documentary about a music legend; a unique blend of genres; a sci-fi repeater; a love letter to cinema.

Review: Hiding the truth is the foundation of this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a hard-fought brotherly drama; a choice with the best intentions; a hoax turned real; scary toys with a grudge; a musical documentary; and a story muddled in conspiracy.

Review: This week’s releases confront their fears Special

This week’s releases include an intense time travel drama; a follow-up to a cult classic; a director’s cut; a promising first feature; a life in comedy; and a couple of horror misses.

Review: VAKA is a captivating short environmental documentary Special

VAKA is a compelling and eye-opening short environmental documentary. Digital Journal has the scoop. It focuses on the remote island community of Tokelau, a Pacific leader in action on climate change.

Kelly Moneymaker talks Blue Aeries, 'Joy' album, VAKA documentary Special

Acclaimed singer-songwriter and producer Kelly Moneymaker chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the "Joy" album with Blue Aeris and her VAKA documentary.

Op-Ed: 'Kiss the Ground' is one of the year's best documentary films

The environmental documentary, "Kiss the Ground," is one of the year's best documentaries. Digital Journal has the recap.

Review: 'Josephine Baker: The Story of an Awakening' is a remarkable film Special

"Josephine Baker: The Story of an Awakening" is a compelling and well-crafted documentary that premiered on the Cinemoi network last week. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Op-Ed: 'Kiss the Ground' is an Oscar-worthy environmental documentary

"Kiss the Ground," directed by Joshua Tickell and Rebecca Harrell Tickell, is an Oscar-worthy documentary on the environment. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Filmmaker Rebecca Tickell talks 'Kiss the Ground' documentary Special

Rebecca Tickell, co-director, co-writer, and producer of the new documentary film "Kiss The Ground" chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos.

Review: 'Kiss the Ground' is a powerful and masterful documentary Special

"Kiss the Ground" is a powerful, gripping, and compelling documentary, that is narrated by Woody Harrelson. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Review: ‘Clapboard Jungle’ goes deep behind the scenes of moviemaking Special

‘Clapboard Jungle’ is an intimate depiction of life as an independent filmmaker paired with an endless amount of advice on how to get to the next rung of the ladder.

Review: ‘Hail to the Deadites’ doesn’t cast a wide enough net Special

‘Hail to the Deadites’ is a documentary that looks at the dedicated fandom that exists around the ‘Evil Dead’ franchise.

Review: '3 Years in Pakistan: The Erik Aude Story' is a powerful film Special

"3 Years in Pakistan: The Erik Aude Story" is an intense, powerful and gripping documentary. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Erik Aude talks about '3 Years in Pakistan: The Erik Aude Story' Special

Actor and stuntman Erik Aude chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about the film "3 Years in Pakistan: The Erik Aude Story."

Review: Time changes everything in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include something new from a nimble actor; a reboot that stays close to its roots; a famous entertainer’s dark but heroic beginning; and an exploration of a divisive film.

Michael Phelps on 'The Weight Of Gold' documentary on HBO

The forthcoming sports documentary, "The Weight of Gold," narrated by Michael Phelps, will premiere on Wednesday, July 29, at 9 p.m. on HBO. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Suzi Quatro talks about new 'Suzi Q' documentary Special

Rock and roll pioneer Suzi Quatro chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her highly-anticipated new documentary, which was directed by Liam Firmager.

Review: This week’s releases embrace the darkness Special

This week’s releases include DC’s spirited answer to Deadpool; a new, darker take on a twisted fairy tale; the latest chapter in a troubled family’s criminal saga; a history lesson; and a woman on a journey of discovery.

Chatting with Suzi Quatro: The Queen of Rock and Roll Special

Acclaimed rock singer-songwriter Suzi Quatro chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos about her recognition at the 2020 She Rocks Awards, her advice for young and aspiring musicians and bands, and her Rock and Roll Hall of Fame snub.

Sublime with Rome talks 'Blessings,' new documentary, and fans Special

Rome Ramirez from the ska-punk trio Sublime With Rome chatted with Digital Journal while quarantined during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Review: Some journeys end too soon in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an incredible journey into nature; the last chapter in the Skywalker saga; a couple of documentaries about deceased icons; a classic TV family; an action double feature; and a tired dramatic formula.

Kenny Kramer talks about 'Miracle on 42nd Street' documentary Special

Comedian Kenny Kramer (the inspiration of Cosmo Kramer on the hit sitcom "Seinfeld") chatted with Digital Journal about the documentary "Miracle on 42nd Street."

Mary Jo Slater talks about 'Miracle on 42nd Street' documentary Special

Producer Mary Jo Slater chatted with Digital Journal about the "Miracle on 42nd Street" documentary, and about the digital age. She is the mother of actors Christian Slater and Ryan Slater.

Review: Fear is the ultimate motivator in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include an acclaimed war drama; a bizarre family reunion; an equally fun sequel; a documentary about an underappreciated art; an unnecessary follow-up picture; and a dated but amusing adventure.

Review: Imagine Dragons' 'Believer' is great to watch if you're at home Special

Imagine Dragons' "Believer" is a great documentary on HBO to watch if you are stuck at home during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Review: Chad Le Clos' 'Unbelievable' is a superb sports documentary Special

Olympic gold medalist swimmer Chad Le Clos' "Unbelievable" documentary is great to see if you're stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Review: Dolan Twins honor late father, tug at the heart on documentary Special

On February 17, the Dolan Twins released their full-length documentary "Losing a Best Friend" on this YouTube channel, which has gone viral.

Review: Surviving is half the battle in this week’s releases Special

This week’s releases include a true marriage from hell; the last chapter in an epic saga; an unintentional theft; an historical account of a family torn apart by war; a turtle adventure; a tale of unwavering loyalty.

Review: Linda Ronstadt melts hearts with 'The Sound of My Voice' on CNN Special

Rock superstar Linda Ronstadt melts hearts in the brand new "The Sound of My Voice" documentary that aired on January 1 on CNN.
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