Davis Guggenheim, Nicole Stott, and Jonathan Silberberg will be exec producing on behalf of Concordia Studio, alongside Riz Ahmed’s Left Handed Films, and George Chingell and Asif Kapadia producing the genre-bending thriller tackling questions about our future in a dystopian setting. Read More
New York Times – “Despite the difficult subject matter, the film does not wallow in tragedy. Instead, it’s underpinned by optimism and hope: in the families’ fights for change and in efforts on Capitol Hill, particularly the Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act of 2021, which would be the greatest investment in maternal health in U.S. […]
BITTERBRUSH is now streaming on VOD! Check out reviews that have been rolling in: IndieWire: “This Is Not Your Father’s Western” Deadline: “A sweeping verite’ look at female range riders..” And ACCEPTED will be opening in theaters next Friday, July 1. Please let me know by Monday if you would like to reserve a ticket for its LA showing […]
BITTERBRUSH opens in theaters today! Check out some of the reviews coming in: NYTimes: “[BITTERBRUSH] presents a modern-day portrait of hard work and friendship.” RobertEbert .com: “I found myself mesmerized by this spare, affecting, and powerfully humane work…” LA Times: “A captivating and meditative look at two intrepid young women surviving…” Also, fellowship film AFTERSHOCK […]
There were TWO Peabody wins this week! Congratulations to SUMMER OF SOUL for its ARTS category win and to A THOUSAND CUTS for its win in DOCUMENTARY. And be sure to check out Questlove and Ramona Diaz’s acceptance speeches. And a trailer for ACCEPTED has officially dropped — if you haven’t already, watch it HERE!
The 2021 documentary on the escalating war between the government and the press in the Philippines wins the George Foster Peabody Award in the Documentary category. Read More
Our recent project ONCE UPON A TIME IN LONDONGRAD received an excellent review from The Guardian: “This series tugs on our sleeve and demands we look again.” Read the full piece HERE!
“Concordia fellows are the next generation of powerful storytellers and come from diverse racial, religious, and regional backgrounds. This year’s selected fellows who are recognized for their excellence in documentary filmmaking are Giselle Bailey, Alice Gu, Shalini Kantayya, and Christine Turner.” Read More
“Two-time Emmy-nominated writer Theresa Rebeck is set to pen The Faithful for Concordia Studio, based on the true story of how a fight over land between St. Stanislaus Church and the St. Louis archdiocese became a battle to define the future of Catholicism” Read More
“For us it’s always about a meaningful story that can create cultural conversation” Read More on Variety.com