OVID’s March Lineup: Bas Devos’ Berlin Grand Prize-winner VIOLET, Palestinian perseverance, your favorite French spy, and Jim Finn on Paul the Apostle!
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 March 2024.
Ovid asked me to recommend a selection of films streaming on their channel. Initially attracted by the documentaries they offer about musicians I love, including Ornette Coleman, Pulp, Bill Callahan, and the Magnetic Fields, instead I picked ten features that are not music docs. Nevertheless, I do have to recommend Joe Angio’s Revenge of the […]
Thank you to all of you who contributed your feedback! We appreciated your thoughts and will look to implement your suggestions for improvements. This was our first ever survey, and we got thirty meaty responses – the longer comments are below the graphs. There were certain hypotheses cleared up – one about whether to convert […]
By Karin Chien Amidst global crises competing for our attention, I value the current attention that is being paid to Hong Kong and its recent protests, coming in part from the splashy new drama series on Amazon Prime, The Expats. If you’re looking for more on Hong Kong, we are proud to offer six extraordinary, […]
Here are our interim survey results so far from the past week. Thank you to those who submitted already. We want to hear from more of you! Add your voice to the mix & and help us make OVID better with just a few minutes of your time 📝 bit.ly/OVIDPOLL1 Some tidbits of your qualitative […]