There is a petition asking Netflix to stream the documentaries of Frederick Wiseman. As The New York Times reported earlier this year, Wiseman’s own company, Zipporah Films, has written to the video streaming and rental company Netflix “seven or eight times,” but, according to the filmmaker, “they never responded.”For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

There is a petition asking Netflix to stream the documentaries of Frederick Wiseman. As The New York Times reported earlier this year, Wiseman’s own company, Zipporah Films, has written to the video streaming and rental company Netflix “seven or eight times,” but, according to the filmmaker, “they never responded.”

For more of this morning’s roundup, click here.

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    Yes, please.
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    There is a petition asking Netflix to stream the documentaries of Frederick Wiseman. As The New York Times reported...
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    _____________ Frederick Wiseman’s documentaries comprise the most important collection of non-fiction film in American...
  7. houseoforange said: Never heard of this gentleman, and maybe it’s because of Netflix! Just researched a bit of his work, and he sounds fascinating. Would love to see his documentaries now.
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