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BLOWIN UP is A NYTimes' Critic's Pick Go catch Stephanie Wag Breal's documentary BLOWIN' UP at the Quad this weekend. It is a New York Times Critic's Pick
The Beast in the Jungle US Premier The Beast in the Jungle will premier in US at San Francisco Film Festival.
Arcadia will premier at MoMA as part of Doc Fortnight 2019 Arcadia by award-winning director Paul Wright will premier at MoMA as part of Doc Fortnight 2019
Barbara Rubin and The Exploding NY Underground is going to Rotterdam Barbara Rubin and The Exploding NY Underground will have its European Premier at Rotterdam International Film Festival in the Regained section.
Juno Films Nabs Female-Centric Zombie Film 'Ever After' Juno Films is set to release female -centric zombie movie Ever After.
Juno Films Acquires Exclusive North American Distribution Rights to South Africa’s Oscar Contender Sew The Winter To My Skin Juno Films Acquires Exclusive North American Distribution Rights to South Africa’s Oscar Contender Sew The Winter To My Skin.
Juno Films Acquires Exclusive World-Wide Distribution Rights to DOC NYC Metropolis Grand Jury Prize Winner Barbara Rubin and The Exploding New York Underground Barbara Rubin shaped the 1960s New York Underground and Shocked With Her Orgiastic Art Films.
Juno Films Acquires Exclusive North American Distribution Rights to The BFI’s 2K Restoration of Shiraz: A Romance of India Juno Films acquires a new restoration of epic classic Shiraz with a new musical score by Anoushka Shankar.
Kenya Picks Berlinale Crowd-Pleaser ‘Supa Modo’ as Its Oscar Hopeful Supa Modo is Kenya’s submission for the foreign-language Oscar race.
CIELO Opens at CCA in Santa Fe, Laemmle Ahrya and CONSTRUCTING ALBERT at Gene Siskel Film Center CIELO Opens at CCA in Santa Fe, Laemmle Ahrya and CONSTRUCTING ALBERT at Gene Siskel Film Center
What The Critics Are Saying “One of the Best Documentaries of 2018 (So Far). A cinematic rumination on the majesty of everything that surrounds us.” – Nick Schager, Esquire
Cielo To Open at Film Forum August 15th The documentary Cielo is a visual tone poem about humankind’s relationship with the night sky, a philosophical exploration of the heavens above the Andes Mountains and the Atacama Desert in northern Chile.
Fire and Ashes to Premier in NYC at Dance On Camera Festival Fire and Ashes, Making the Ballet Raku will have its' NYC premier July 21st at Lincoln Film Society's Dance on Camera festival followed by a Q&A with director Shirley Sun.
Constructing Albert Opens at Laemmle Play House July 13th If you are in Los Angeles, go see the documentary about Albert Adria that The New York Times described as "...a chef's ambition, meticulously plated."
Constructing Albert Opens in New York at IFC Center Constructing Albert Opens in New York at IFC Center on July 6.
Albert Comes to NYC Constructing Albert is coming to Film Society Lincoln Center, New York.
Juno Films is Headed to Toronto for Hot Docs with Four Films Juno Films is heading to HotDocs with four films: Cielo, The Last Refugees, Constructing Albert and The Silk and The Flame.
Constructing Albert Heads to SXSW in Best of Fest The documentary Constructing Albert will be part of the SXSW Best of Fest line-up in March 2018.
Juno Films Buys Chilean Night-Sky Documentary ‘Cielo’ Elizabeth Sheldon of Juno Films acquires Alison McAlpine's night-sky feature documentary Cielo.
Rave Review of "The Train of Salt and Sugar" from The Hollywood Reporter Review of The Train of Salt and Sugar in The Hollywood Reporter.
Review for Constructing Albert from The Hollywood Reporter The Hollywood Reporter review of Constructing Albert which played at Palm Springs Film Festival.
The Train of Salt and Sugar and Constructing Albert will play at Palm Springs International Film Festival The Train of Salt and Sugar and Constructing Albert will be showing at the Palm Springs International Film Festival.
Juno Films Acquires North American Rights to Critically Acclaimed Documentary God Knows Where I Am PBS acquires the broadcast rights from Juno Films and Wider Film Projects in association with WNET New York Public Media
Juno Films Acquires World Wide Rights to Keith Wilson's Short Film The Tree THE TREE is a short observational documentary film about the life of one sentient noble fir Christmas tree that invites the viewer to consider the impact of an annual family ritual in the era of climate change.
Juno Films has acquired North American rights to Constructing Albert Juno Films has acquired North American rights to Constructing Albert feature foodie documentary centered on Albert Adrià.
Juno Films has acquired North American rights to the Michelin Stars - Tales From The Kitchen Juno Films Acquires North American rights to the food documentary Michelin Stars - Tales From The Kitchen.
To the Edge of the Sky To the Edge of the Sky follows four families as they fight the FDA to gain access to a potentially lifesaving drug for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
The Winds of Downhill Juno Films to represent a short film about homelessness by The Wider Brothers.
Juno Films Aquires Award Winning African Human Rights Doc Cahier Africain Juno has acquired the North American rights to the Swiss and German award-winning documentary Cahier Africain by Heidi Specogna.
Juno Films to Release Train of Salt and Sugar Juno Films represents North American rights of award winning film The Train of Salt and Sugar from Mozambique director Licinio Acevedo.
God Knows Where I Am God Knows Where I Am is an extraordinary film that portrays brilliantly the inner reality of an intelligent and creative human being suffering from a serious and life threatening mental illness.