Now that Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanzaa and Festivus (for the rest of us!) have passed, the presents have been opened, the dishes are done and we’re tired of explaining to our family members exactly what we do at our jobs – or listening to that elderly relative tell the same story about how something used to be – it’s time to relax. With all of the travel and time off from work, at some point you need to put your feet up and catch your breath.
The Cinema Libre family is here to tell you some of our favorite documentaries that can all be found streaming online that will help you explore new subject matters and have some fun along the way!
Robert Williams Mr. Bitchin’
Beth Portello, VP of Marketing & Publicity says: Mr. Bitchin’ is an entertaining ride into the low brow art movement with the jalopy-driving Juxtapose-founding fine artist Robert Williams, known popularly for his art which graced Guns N Roses ‘Appetite for Destruction” album
Teen A Go Go
Nick Santillan, Director of Marketing & Operations says: Teen A Go Go is an interesting way to learn the little known history of the tiniest scene in music history.
Rick Rieger, Head of Home Entertainment says: Beatles Stories is a real example of great investigative reporting on a topic that will never get old, Beatlemania.
The Highest Pass
Andy Schreiber, International Sales Agent says: The Highest Pass boasts spectacular cinematography, and a compelling and gripping story of a journey that transcends mere adventure, becoming more a story of personal development and empowerment.
This American Journey
Sean Flanagan, Marketing & Publicity says: This American Journey is an authentic feeling road trip in which the mission is to simply talk to interesting people about how they feel the world around them is going. Paul Blackthorne (of CW’s Arrow) and Basquali are incredibly charming and make me jealous I’m not out on the road, exploring something new.
Ride Report: 10,000 Miles to Rio
Tom Bond, Assistant Editor, says: Ride Report is a fun adventure film that captures one of the greatest of human qualities: ‘where there’s a will, there’s a way.’
Lost Angels: Skid Row Is My Home
Andrew Borden, Office Assistant says: Lost Angels – Skid Row is an area I’ve seen with my own eyes and it’s saddening, but the movie paints it as a home for many and showcases the multitude of personalities that make it vibrant and collaborative.