OVID’s June Releases: Carlos Reygadas’ “Our Time,” 6 Films by Chilean Director Dominga Sotomayor, Streaming Premiere of Dieudo Hamadi’s “Downstream to Kinshasa” & 3 films from Sentient Art Film
OVID.tv, the curated streaming destination for documentary and art-house films from around the world, announces its wide-ranging selection of films coming in June.
Academic streamer Docuseek hosted a live panel discussion and Q&A with award-winning filmmaker Patwardhan and distinguished professors to discuss the state of India and Patwardhan's films, which Screen Slate calls "pivotal as playbooks for fighting back, as both histories and vehicles of resistance."
The last time I wrote a note about our membership numbers, it was early March, right after the end of Black History Month, and indeed OVID enjoyed a nice uptick in sign-ups throughout February. Unfortunately, many good things come to an end, and it seems like a higher than usual percentage of those new people then canceled their subscriptions in March.
Our viewer's top picks for the month of May, available to stream now on OVID.tv.
OVID’s May Releases: Jill Li’s “Lost Course,” Marco Bellocchio’s “Devil in the Flesh,” Resnais & Schoendoerffer Restorations, the Films of Eugenio Polgovsky, Dance Camera West Festival… & more!
OVID.tv, the curated streaming destination for documentary and art-house films from around the world, announces its wide-ranging selection of films coming in May.
An Interview with Peter Watkins about how the contemporary media landscape limits opportunities for critical thought.