Discovery+ is set to launch a new docuseries focused on Black food history in America from producer Viola Davis, featuring scholar and cookbook author Caroline Randall Williams as host, Variety has learned exclusively.
The inspiring unscripted series features thought-provoking stories that are narrated by trailblazers from the Hispanic community. The cast of True Colors includes John Leguizamo, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Alex Rodríguez, Mario Lopez, Ellen Ochoa, Laurie Hernandez, Lele Pons, and Ángela Aguilar.
Meet Hector is part of a new series that takes viewers behind the scenes to meet the people of Amazon. Hector uses his determination and love for the outdoors to drive environmental change, and is proud to be part of the team working to make zero-emission delivery a reality.
Sonic Drive-In is bidding farewell to its signature “Two Guys” spokesmen and introducing a new marketing campaign that focuses on real customers and their experiences. "We of course wanted to celebrate Sonic's insane variety of food, but we also wanted to celebrate the journey and experience you have in your car when you are there. It's a combination no one else can offer." [Mother LA]
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences nominates "Guns Found Here" for Outstanding Short Documentary during the 40th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards.
David Freid takes an up-close and at times humorous look not at the entire gun control debate, but at the bureaucratic nightmare of tracing registered guns back to their owners.
At the 34th Annual IDA Documentary Awards, newcomer MEL Films, lead by Executive Producer, David Freid took the award for best short form series, besting The New York Times, The Guardian, VICE and HBO.
Nonfiction Unlimited has signed award-winning documentary director and journalist David Freid for his first global representation in the commercial, branded entertainment and digital space.
David Freid sits down with Chuck to talk about his unique documentary, "Ferryman at the Wall".
From a Swedish Cowboy theme park providing shelter to refugees to a little Irish island with a big Donald Trump problem, Freid and his intrepid documentary crew have added a regular touch of humour and warmth to a never-ending feed of depressing news. They have become a popular documentary destination for the Short of the Week team (and millions of other viewers). Freid and his team have picked up a legion of fans and a ton of Staff Picks on Vimeo over the last three years. Though this may be the end for MEL films, we hope to see more from Freid and friends in the near future, but first…a well earned rest!