“Everything about Cartel Land is stunning” writes Adam Chitwood in his review for Collider.com. And audiences agree – Cartel Land sold out every screening at Sundance! Read Chitwood’s full review here and be sure to check out director/producer Matt Heineman’s interview with Men’s Journal.
WE MADE IT! Cartel Land premiered in competition today at Sundance! See why the Sundance Institute calls CARTEL LAND “brilliant, dangerous, provocative.” Join our mailing list and stay up to date on news and upcoming screenings.
We are thrilled that CARTEL LAND has been selected to premiere in competition at the Sundance Film Festival. Those of you going to Sundance, check out the schedule here. The rest of you – stay tuned for information on where and when you can see it.
The good news keeps coming for The DocGroup’s Constitution Project! The Right to Remain Silent: Miranda v. Arizona received four more awards this past week. The film was honored with CINDY Awards for Editing, Direction and Achievement. Miranda v. Arizona also received a Silver Screen Award from the US International Film and Video Awards.
Congratulations to our hardworking team.
All films in The Constitution Project series are available to watch online.
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The good news continues for The Constitution Project! Search and Seizure: Mapp v. Ohio has received the 2014 CINE Special Jury Award. This morning, CINE announced that our film was selected as the best Digital Short Documentary from all 2013 submissions and Golden Eagle Award recipients.
Another round of applause for the team. Let’s keep ’em coming!
We’ve just heard that The Right to Remain Silent: Miranda v. Arizona, the most recent film in the Constitution Project series, has been named the winner of two awards this season: an Award of Merit at the Best Shorts Competition, and a Platinum Award at the Hermes Creative Awards, given to those entries judged to be among the most outstanding in the competition.
A big congratulations to our Constitution Project team, who are hard at work on the series’ next set of films.
Click here to learn more and watch the full film online.
Homeland Confusion premiered on Capitol Hill last week for former and current Congressional and homeland security officials.
Produced for the Annenberg Public Policy Center, the film examines a key unfulfilled recommendation of the 9/11 Commission: streamlining Congressional oversight of homeland security. Homeland Confusion exposes how Congressional inaction has left the US more vulnerable to terrorist threats and fragmented authority hinders the department’s core mission – keeping Americans safe.
Learn more about the film here.