Based on the award-winning book $2 A Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America by Kathryn Edin and Luke Shaefer, the film examines a level of extreme poverty in America that most people don’t think exists.
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- ColumnJan. 24, 2019
- Online FeatureApr. 18, 2017
- BlogMar. 6, 2010
- FeatureMar. 3, 2003
- Online FeatureMar. 20, 2018
- FeatureJan. 1, 2004
One out of every four women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. Approximately 4-5 women are killed each day in the U.S. from the same. Until this poignant documentary, there has been scant focus (if any) on DV solutions. Most documentaries treating the subject offer a revelatory...
- October 5, 2013
- October 5, 2013
- Sat. October 17, 2015 @ 10:00amIDA Offices3470 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 980Los Angeles, CA 90010United States
Executive Producer/Director Abigail Disney (The Armor of Light; Pray the Devil Back to Hell) kicks off IDA’s 2015/16 season of Master Classes with this special session that focuses on the important role of the Executive Producer on docs.
- ColumnOct. 19, 2020
- Online FeatureDec. 1, 2016
1990: 100K US AIDS deaths. Government attacks 4 artists, 3 of them queer. Now a film about 1: JOHN FLECK IS WHO YOU WANT HIM TO BE.
Our Mary Corse Artist: Light, Truth, Perception documentary film tells the story of California contemporary artist, Mary Corse, who began painting at twelve, reaching artist maturity at the age of eighteen. Mary has consistently produced important artwork for over 50 years, examining the subtle...
- Online FeatureNov. 21, 2011
- Online FeatureFeb. 9, 2019
- FeatureDec. 27, 2009
- FeatureJul. 1, 1998
- Online FeatureOct. 9, 2017
Paintings by Basquiat and Gerhard Richter sell at auction for tens of millions of dollars; a multi-story inflatable ballerina by Jeff Koons dwarfs visitors at Rockefeller Center; a solid gold toilet by Maurizio Cattelan is...
The natural way of the cultural wave: we generally experience that musical and cultural trends shift from an outstanding position within public opinion to near utter rejection, refusal and ridicule, through an ever-shortening period of time. However, if that period of time is extended, to often...
- Wed. May 18, 2016 @ 4:30pmIDA Offices3470 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 980Los Angeles, CA 90010United States
Join us and Showtime Networks’ Vinnie Malhotra, Senior Vice President, Documentaries, Unscripted, and Sports Programming, for the next installment in our What’s New series, in which prominent industry leaders in documentary present up-to-the-minute information about what’s happening in the documentary landscape and discuss new opportunities for filmmakers.
- Online FeatureJan. 31, 2019
- Sat. March 6, 2010 @ 4:00pmWriters Guild Theater135 S. Doheny DrBeverly Hills, CA 90211
The United States has a long history of misunderstanding mental health disorders and addiction. Americans have and continue to suffer from a range of psychological issues, and for depression alone, about one in ten people in America suffered from it in the past year.