The Underground Railroad: First Must See TV of 2021

The first "Must See" TV event of 2021 - a beautiful adaption of a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel
5.19.21

Nomadland

One of the best films of 2020 is not always easy to watch but will leave a powerful impression.
3.2.21

What We Keep Getting Wrong About Fame

A peek at three docs we've been talking about in 2021 -- "Fake Famous" and "Tiger Woods" and "Framing Britney Spears" - mothers, don't let your babies grow up to be famous!
2.25.21

Minari’s Quiet Confidence

Empathy and humor abound in a quiet tale about the farming dreams of a Korean American family in the 80s.
2.21.21

Virtual Travel: France via Lupin and Call My Agent

Two Netflix shows that will transport you to Paris
1.23.21

Climate Crisis: From the Mouth of Babes and Nonagenarians

Urgent calls from Greta Thunberg and Sir David Attenborough
1.3.21

Digital Summer Camp with Children’s Authors

Excellent resources for summer activities from children's book authors and illustrators
7.10.20

Fantastic Fungi

Entertaining nature doc
4.30.20

Little Women

 

 

With an all-star cast and stellar directing by Greta Gerwig (Ladybird), Little Women is arguably the best film of 2019. Gerwig takes the beloved title for a modern spin, deftly mixing up the traditional timeline, to

2.1.20