The New York Times' Mike Hale reviews our next American Experience film, Ruby Ridge, calling it a "vivid, personal account" of a moment "when the promise of America is violently betrayed".
Variety's Owen Gleiberman gives a glowing in-depth review of Oklahoma City at Sundance Film Festival! He states that "there are certain documentaries... that heighten and clarify the past in a way that can shed revelatory light upon the present. That’s the sort of movie that “Oklahoma City” is."
See the full review here: http://variety.com/2017/film/reviews/oklahoma-city-review-1201965067/
The Huffington Post writes about Ark's American Experience Film, Oklahoma City, noting "it is a document of patriotism turned into radicalism, a familiar notion amid the alarming nationalist force that has only become more incentivized in the wake of Donald Trump’s election". Huffington Post also has the exclusive trailer premiere.
View the trailer & article here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/oklahoma-city-trailer_us_586e50d2e4b0c4be0af306f2
Sundance Film Festival unveils its 2017 line-up, including Oklahoma City as ones of its Documentary Premieres.
Sundance Film Festival has announced its 2017 Documentary Premieres, including Ark's "Oklahoma City" documentary film!
Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism has announced "Cancer: The Emperor of all Maladies" as a winner of the 2016 Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards.
The 4-hour PBS documentary, "The Italian Americans" is the work of author Maria Laurino, "The Italian Americans: A History" and filmmaker John Maggio who have come together to explore the lives and contribution of Italian Americans. Laurino is author of "Were You Always Italian?" and "Old World Daughter, New World Mother." Maggio appears regularly on FRONTLINE and American Experience.