Doing America, the 8-part series about my road trip across the country, is now available on Hulu and Hulu Plus. Watch the first episode or the trailer below or visit Doing America on Hulu here to view the entire series.
Description: I’ve heard a lot of people say, if there’s one thing you should do, it’s take a road trip across the country because it will change your life forever. I wanted to know why, so I packed a van, invited a friend, and drove from Connecticut to California. In each episode, we explore a new city using GPS as our map and the internet as our tour guide. Cities include Cleveland, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Colorado Springs, Albuquerque, and the Grand Canyon.
Episode 1 – Connecticut & Scranton, PA (6:31)
Video Ink reports on several projects being distributed by TV4 Entertainment including “Doing America”, “Bob Marley: Giant”, and “The Tommy Edison Experience”.
“TV4’s docu-centric channel, DocComTV, will add two, compelling documentaries to its roster. “Bob Marley: Giant” will tell the story of the reggae master’s photographer, Dennis Morris. At the age of sixteen, Morris began photographing Marley, and he continued to do so until the beloved reggae artist’s death seven years later. Marking the first “docu-series” on DocComTV, “Doing America” will follow documentarian Ben Churchill as he travels from Connecticut to Los Angeles as he seeks to achieve his dreams as a filmmaker. Churchill also edited and directed “Blind Film Critic” and “The Tommy Edison Experience”….
Read the full article at VideoInk.
Bob Marley: Giant – Trailer
Doing America – Trailer
The Tommy Edison Experience – Trailer
Dennis Morris, photographer for Jamaican reggae singer-songwriter Bob Marley during the 1970’s, tells the stories behind many of his iconic images of the musician taken at concerts, backstage, and between shows.
“Bob Marley: Giant” – Documentary on Hulu (17:49)
“Bob Marley: Giant” – Documentary on YouTube (17:49)
“Bob Marley: Giant – Part 2: The Deleted Scenes” on YouTube (13:28)
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