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PBS POV Broadcast July 11, 2022, 10 p.m. EST on PBS Television Nationwide and Streaming on PBS.org
WUHAN WUHAN Film Review

WUHAN WUHAN is picture perfect videography with cinematic panache and visual imagery portraying the lives of several Wuhan residents at the height of the coronavirus pandemic in February and March, 2020, in the city where the coronavirus began, Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province in the People’s Republic of China. Wuhan is the largest city in Hubei and the most populous city in Central China with a population of over eleven million. – Review by Gregg W. Morris

“WUHAN WUHAN” – PBS POV Documentary Extraordinaire About the 1st Wave of COVID-19 in the City Where the Virus Was First Discovered, Debuting July 11, 2022 at 10 p.m. EST on PBS Television Nationwide and Streaming on PBS.org

2-Minute Trailer –– Wuhan Wuhan Part 1: Pretty Much Everything an Audience Needs to Know About the Making of YUHAN HUHAN Part 2: Film Review – In the Works. Soon to be Published Part 3: Interview with former WORD Writer…

2022 Tribeca Film Festival Review
UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Audiences Should Get Ready for a Cinematic Razzle-Dazzle Pièce de Résistance About Professional Women Basketball Players

UNFINISHED BUSINESS is one of the most exciting films to play at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival. Veteran Director-Producer Alison Klayman tells tells the story of the New York Liberty, which is inseparable form the story of the WNBA, yet, tells the story of the WNBA, which is inseparable from story of the Liberty. – By Gregg W. Morris

Jurors Selected for Geena Davis 8th Annual Bentonville Film Festival – 2022

In BFF 2021 juried competition program, 71 percent of the films were directed by women, 75 percent by people representing BIPOC or API, and 33 percent by people of the LGBTQIA+ community. Seventy percent of the films were written by women, 70 percent by BIPOC or API, 32 percent by people of the LGBTQIA+ community and 87 percent featured a female lead, 81 percent a BIPOC or API lead, and 30 percent an LGBTQIA+ lead.
 

Ninety-six percent of these films had a cast and crew that was made up of more than half of people from these same communities.

2022 Human Rights Film Festival Line Up, May 20-26

Seventy percent of this year’s filmmakers are women and 70 percent are sharing a story about their own region. This program reflects the festival’s ethos of celebrating diversity of content and perspective. Select films in this year’s festival will be audio described for audience members who are blind or have low vision, and closed captions will be offered for deaf and hard of hearing members of the audience. Human Rights Watch 2022 highlights activism, featuring courageous individuals from around the world standing up to powerful forces and demanding change.

“We are thrilled to be back in theaters after two years away, bringing our audience a full slate of powerful films tackling urgent human rights issues including China, Russia, the climate crisis and reproductive rights,” John Biaggi, Director of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, was quoted as saying in a press release. – This article by Gregg W. Morris