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IDA Doc Awards Announces Nominees, Bobi Wine Listed Among Best Doc Feature


Bobi Wine, The Deepest Breath Score Cinema Eye Honors Nominations


‘The Deepest Breath’ Wins Big at Critics Choice Doc Awards


Ventureland, Campside Media and Tenderfoot TV Team on “Cop City” Documentary, Podcast (Exclusive)

The Hollywood Reporter

Realscreen Awards 2024 nominees unveiled: American Manhunt included


15 documentaries to watch this awards season: Bobi Wine, The Deepest Breath

Screen Daily

Bobi Wine: The People’s President Shortlisted at IDA Documentary Awards

The Hollywood Reporter

The Deepest Breath, Bobi Wine Longlisted for 2024 Cinema Eye Honors: Audience Choice Award


Bobi Wine: The People’s President Selected for DOC NYC Shortlist


Bobi Wine: The People’s President Director Christopher Sharp Longlisted for BIFA


The Deepest Breath, Bobi Wine: The People’s President score six Critics Choice Doc Award nominations

Critics Choice

‘The Deepest Breath’ Review: Exhilarating Underwater Footage Distinguishes a Free-Diving Doc With a Tragic Undertow


‘The Deepest Breath’ Review: A Heart-Stopping Plunge Into a Fathomless Obsession

The Hollywood Reporter

Netflix’s Beckham series is the best sports doco since The Last Dance

The Sydney Morning Herald

Jack Kerouac Documentary From ‘The Capote Tapes’ Director Ebs Burnough in the Works at Universal (EXCLUSIVE)


Universal Pictures Content Group has boarded “The Beat of a Nation: Kerouac’s Road,” a feature documentary directed by Ebs Burnough (“The Capote Tapes”) about Jack Kerouac’s seminal novel “On the Road.” Produced by London-based banner Ventureland, the documentary starts filming this week and sees Burnough using the prism of “On the Road” to depict the turmoils of today’s political and cultural landscape in the U.S.

The Best Documentaries of 2023


As a documentary subject, free diving has the death-defying lunacy of big-wave surfing and the cosmopolitan appeal of Formula 1. And in the Italian free-diving champion Alessia Zecchini, The Deepest Breath has a vibrant heroine who is beautiful and tragically monomaniacal. This gripping movie tells her story and follows her blossoming love affair with the Irish safety diver Stephen Keenan, who runs a free-dive training facility in Dahab, Egypt, where Zecchini goes to train. Their affair gives poignant momentum to The Deepest Breath, which is fascinated with athletic obsession. Tragedy, when it comes, is all but inevitable.

David and Victoria Beckham discuss marriage ‘difficulties’ in new documentary

The Independent UK

FIFA Uncovered Shortlisted for a Broadcast Sports Award

Broadcast Sport

‘Beckham’ Trailer: First Look At Netflix Docuseries Chronicling One Of World Soccer’s Biggest Names


A24, Ventureland Set First-Look Partnership for Documentary Projects (EXCLUSIVE)


Ventureland Wins Bronze at 2023 Creativepool Awards


13 Hollywood production companies making brand films that streamers like Netflix and Apple want to buy

Business Insider

‘Bobi Wine: The People’s President’ Review

Roger Ebert

In the underwater tragedy of Netflix’s ‘Deepest Breath,’ the appeal of the deep explained – Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

‘The Deepest Breath’ Review: A Unique and Tragic Journey Into the World of Free Diving – Collider


‘Bobi Wine: The People’s President’ Trailer: Pop Star Turned Politician Risks Life For His Country’s Future In National Geographic Documentary – Deadline


The Deepest Breath review – stunning Netflix documentary on freediving

The Guardian

‘Wham!’ Review: Chris Smith’s Netflix Doc Is an Irresistible Pop Nostalgia Trip, but It’s Also a Serious Portrait of George Michael’s Ambition


Harder Than You Think & P&G Studios Partner On Disability Equality-Paralympics Doc ‘Rising Phoenix: A New Revolution’


“It’s about two great friends who lived the dream,” says Ventureland’s John Battsek of Sheffield DocFest title ‘Wham!’

Screen Daily

First Look: The Deepest Breath Tells a Heartbreaking True Story About Diving

Vanity Fair

David Beckham Is Passing the Ball in a New Docuseries


WHAM! Official Trailer


Mary McCartney On How ‘If These Walls Could Sing’ Brings The Storied History Of Abbey Road Vividly To Life (With A Little Help From Her Friends)


Vimeo Staff Pick: ‘They Came From All Over’


Chef Alisa Reynolds Takes Us on a Global Quest for Soul Food


Prime Video Lines Up ’99’ Doc Series About Historic Manchester United Treble-Winning Team


Chef Alisa Reynolds Travels the World ‘Searching for Soul Food’ in New Hulu Show (Exclusive)


Bring the Noise: If These Walls Could Sing

Film Independent

John Battsek

A Tribute To Producer John Battsek


Onyx Collective Announces ‘Searching for Soul Food’ Premiere Date, Releases Teaser (EXCLUSIVE)


Documentary Filmmakers Turn to Non-Traditional Distribution to Get Their Films Seen


“The Beauty of Blackness”, LA Rams “On The Clock” Win Big at Webby Awards

Webby Awards

“They Came From All Over” Trailer


How Filmmaker Nisha Ganatra & Poet Rupi Kaur Stay Confident at Work


‘Stories of the Stalked’ Podcast is a Peabody Award Nominee

Peabody Awards

Artist, filmmaker, and dancer Lily Baldwin hosts this six-part podcast in which she takes a true-crime approach to her own experience with being stalked, showing the terror of being relentlessly pursued by someone who claims to love you, the difficulty of reporting it to police, and the uncertainty of knowing when the ordeal is really over.

Ventureland Earns Eight Spots on One Show Shortlists

One Show

Congrats to everyone who had a hand in making these films come to life!

LA Rams: On The Clock (1)

Stacy’s: Rise (2)

Indeed Rising Voices Season 2 (5)

Once the Prince of Tennis and a Prison Inmate, Boris Becker Starts Again

New York Times

Becker, who is featured in a new documentary, is beginning a third act after serving eight months in prison. “I’m sort of in late summer, fall of my life,” he said.

‘Brutal Monomaniac’: The Gripping Film About Boris Becker’s Astonishing Rise and Spectacular Fall

The Guardian

The tennis titan with a howitzer serve thought invincibility on the court meant impunity off it. Oscar-winner Alex Gibney reveals how he charted the star’s path from fortunes and trophies to squatters and prison.

Entertainment Weekly Debuts the Trailer for American Manhunt: The Boston Marathon Bombing

Entertainment Weekly

Archive footage, chilling reenactments, and exclusive interviews shed light on a tragedy – and two brothers – that suspended a city in terror. Watch the trailer for the three-part series “American Manhunt: The Boston Marathon Bombing”, coming soon to Netflix.