Loretta Lynn: Still a Mountain Girl

Inducted into more music Halls of Fame than any female recording artist to date, Loretta Lynn (b. April 14, 1932) has earned four Grammy Awards, Kennedy Center Honors and a Presidential Medal of Freedom, and sold more than 45 million…

Three Americans Rocket to Moon in Nail-Biter ‘APOLLO 11’

Contains Previously Unseen NASA Archival Footage  By Gregory Crofton Archival color film of spectators taking swigs from old pull-tab Cokes and Busch beers while waiting on the launch of Apollo 11 is what made this film for work me. Of…

Coach Fought Racial Discrimination With Blistering Work Ethic to Win Olympic Gold for Nashville

  By Gregory Crofton The world took notice when a young African-American sprinter from Tennessee named Wilma Rudolph won three gold medals at the 1960 Olympics in Rome. She was only 20 years old, and the first American to accomplish…

2019 Sundance Film Festival Program Announcement

Join Festival Director John Cooper and Director of Programming Kim Yutani in conversation with Mark Olsen from the LA Times as they discuss to discuss the big picture trends from this year’s lineup and what to watch out for on…

Lil Peep Documentary: The Brightside

Lil Peep was a 21-year-old emo-rapper from Long Island, N.Y., who died from an accidental drug overdose while on tour. He was found dead in his tour bus in Tucson, Arizona on Nov.15 2017. Peep’s second full-length record “Come Over…

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