How It Feels To be Free has been nominated for a 2022 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Documentary (Television) https://naacpimageawards.net/nominees/
“It’s a scorcher, a fabulous journey to that place where art and activism meet in the stories of these Black women artists.” Check out the article here: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/television/article-catch-up-on-the-best-streaming-tv-of-2021-with-our-holiday-binge/
Director Yoruba Richen recently sat down to eTalk’s Tyrone Edwards to discuss the film “How It Feels to Be Free” Check it out here!
PBS’ American Masters documentary “How It Feels to Be Free” – which counts Alicia Keys among its roster of exec producers – salutes the careers of six Black female entertainers who used their celebrity to promote civil rights and challenge racists stereotypes. The documentary – which premieres today on PBS and is […]
Our The Nature of Things film The Day in the Life of Earth has won the Rob Stewart Award for Best Science or Nature documentary program or series at the Canadian Screen Awards! Check out Elliott & Elizabeth’s acceptance speeches below: Elliott Halpern, Executive Producer: https://vimeo.com/422634208 Elizabeth Trojian, Executive Producer: https://vimeo.com/422634285 […]
Yap Films has been nominated for 10 Canadian Screen Awards! Here is the list of nominations for CSAs 2020 Best History program or documentary D Day in 14 stories Rob Stewart Award for Best Science or Nature documentary program or series A Day in the Life of Earth The Genetic […]
Our four-hour docuseries, commissioned by Reelz, arrives two years after the story of Ted Kaczynski was adapted as a scripted series by Discovery. Check out the article in Playback here Check out the trailer for the series here
Our The Nature of Things film The Genetic Revolution has won a Golden Sheaf Award in the Documentary Science/Nature/Technology category at the Yorkton Film Festival. Check out all the nominees and winners here.