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Netflix’s brand new true crime documentaries look absolutely …

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It’s clear that Netflix isn’t dwelling on their success because the online streaming giant has announced huge plans to diversify and broaden their programming. Earlier this afternoon, they announced plans to create over 100 features that are originating in 16 different countries.

Netflix has unveiled 10 new European projects including seven original series and the return of some beloved shows like Dark, Money Heist, GLOW and countless others.

This being said, the company has really cemented its position as the home of great documentaries in recent years and their  next two features are shaping up to be incredibly gripping.

The Staircase is set to be released this summer but before that, we’re going to get the four-part original docuseries Evil Genius: The True Story of America’s Most Diabolical Bank Heist which will be released on May 11th.

Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Jean-Xavier de Lestrade is making The Staircase and the story will definitely appeal to fans

Read more at: https://www.joe.ie/movies-tv/netflixs-brand-new-true-crime-documentaries-look-absolutely-incredible-623004

Netflix’s brand new true crime documentaries look absolutely incredible

We’ve found your next addictions.

It’s clear that Netflix isn’t dwelling on their success because the online streaming giant has announced huge plans to diversify and broaden their programming. Earlier this afternoon, they announced plans to create over 100 features that are originating in 16 different countries.

Netflix has unveiled 10 new European projects including seven original series and the return of some beloved shows like Dark, Money Heist, GLOW and countless others.

This being said, the company has really cemented its position as the home of great documentaries in recent years and their  next two features are shaping up to be incredibly gripping.

The Staircase is set to be released this summer but before that, we’re going to get the four-part original docuseries Evil Genius: The True Story of America’s Most Diabolical Bank Heist which will be released on May 11th.

Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Jean-Xavier de Lestrade is making The Staircase and the story will definitely appeal to fans

Read more at: https://www.joe.ie/movies-tv/netflixs-brand-new-true-crime-documentaries-look-absolutely-incredible-623004

Annapolis Film Festival brings brand new flicks to the Chesapeake Bay

WASHINGTON — The recent snow has us dreaming of warm days on the Chesapeake Bay.

This weekend, you can hunker down at the sixth annual Annapolis Film Festival, which will screen more than 80 movies this Thursday to Sunday in picturesque Annapolis, Maryland.

“We love our downtown historic Annapolis harbor area,” co-founder and co-festival director Lee Anderson said. “It is the arts district, so that’s why we work really hard to find unique spaces to bring the festival there [and] make the festival walkable, accessible, affordable.”

Screenings will be held at four main venues: the Maryland Hall for Creative Arts, Annapolis Elementary School, Asbury United Methodist Church and Key Auditorium at St. John’s College.

“We started out with about 2,500 people in the seats,” co-founder and co-festival director Patti White said. “Last year, we had over 15,000 people in the seats. For a town like Annapolis, the capital city, if you looked

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Annapolis Film Festival brings brand new flicks to the Chesapeake …

WASHINGTON — The recent snow has us dreaming of warm days on the Chesapeake Bay.

This weekend, you can hunker down at the sixth annual Annapolis Film Festival, which will screen more than 80 movies this Thursday to Sunday in picturesque Annapolis, Maryland.

“We love our downtown historic Annapolis harbor area,” co-founder and co-festival director Lee Anderson said. “It is the arts district, so that’s why we work really hard to find unique spaces to bring the festival there [and] make the festival walkable, accessible, affordable.”

Screenings will be held at four main venues: the Maryland Hall for Creative Arts, Annapolis Elementary School, Asbury United Methodist Church and Key Auditorium at St. John’s College.

“We started out with about 2,500 people in the seats,” co-founder and co-festival director Patti White said. “Last year, we had over 15,000 people in the seats. For a town like Annapolis, the capital city, if you looked

Read more at: https://wtop.com/entertainment/2018/03/annapolis-film-festival-brings-brand-new-flicks-to-the-chesapeake-bay/

Netflix Is Teasing ‘The Keepers’, A Brand New True Crime Series That Sounds Really, Really Grim