Legendary documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman (At Berkeley, National Gallery) explores the culture, politics and daily life of the Queens, NYC district of Jackson Heights, which lays claim to being the most diverse neighbourhood in the world.
- On Richard’s Side (2016) Director-producer Andrew Wiseman began filming Richard and his family in 1989, making the documentaries Driving with Richard (1992) and Wonder Boy […]
- High Maintenance (2016) S01E03 – Grandpa Season 01, Episode 03 — “Grandpa”
When Chase and his sensitive yet fun-loving dog Gatsby move from the suburban Midwest to Queens, culture shock […]
- Best of Enemies (2015) A documentary about the legendary series of nationally televised debates in 1968 between two great public intellectuals, the liberal Gore Vidal and […]
- One Nation Under Trump (2016) One Nation Under Trump is the first comprehensive feature documentary to delve into the zeitgeist of the unstoppable Donald Trump revolution, from […]
- Room Full of Spoons (2016) Room Full of Spoons is an in depth documentary about the cult film that is widely accepted as the worst film ever made: The Room, and it’s eccentric […]