Director Douglas McGrath talks about his new HBO documentary on Mike Nichols that premieres Monday night at 9:00 PM. Comedian Felicia Michaels and Comedy Writer Colleen Werthmann join our powerhouse roundtable. Then from Triumph The Insult Comic Dog’s Hulu special we meet Arish Singh who took on Donald Trump’s Muslim bashing.
Plus Chris Bell, Director of Prescription Thugs, a new documentary exposing the evils of Big Pharma. Comedian Bobby Slayton checks in from Minnesota.
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Asif Kapadia is the director of “Amy” a new documentary about British Singer/Songwriter Amy Winehouse. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 97% rating based on 144 reviews. “Amy” recently became the highest grossing British documentary film of all time.
Oscar Nominated Director Daniel Raim on his new documentary “Harold & Lillian: A Hollywood Love Story.” Daniel’s documentary is a fascinating and deeply moving account of the romantic and creative partnership of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and his wife, film researcher Lillian Michelson—a talented couple once considered “the heart of Hollywood.” Then Director Jerry Rothwell talks about his new documentary on Greenpeace entitled, “How To Change The World.” Newsweek calls it the best documentary of 2015.
Also Director of “The Babushkas of Chernobyl” Holly Morris along with Liam McEneaney and Gabe Laks. Alex tapes his new BBC special in London next week, and Holly’s documentary about Chernobyl can be seen this week at DOC NYC 2015.
Academy Award Nominee Hanna Polak’s latest documentary is “Something Better To Come.” Hanna is a Polish director, cinematographer and producer. For her short documentary film, “The Children of Leningradsky,” about a community of homeless children living in the Leningradsky railway station in Moscow, she was nominated for an Academy Award and an Emmy Award. In 2003, she was awarded Best Producer of Documentary Movies at the Kraków Film Festival for Railway Station Ballad.