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Films & Shows to Watch

Explore a curated selection of must-see films, shows, and creative works crafted by members of our community, alongside recommendations designed to enhance your learning experience.

Learn Filmmaking with Director Zach Braff

Zach Braff talks to us about his movie "A Good Person," providing an in-depth look at the behind-the-scenes and the challenges he faced during its production. He also shares insights into his filmmaking journey, offering a glimpse into the lessons he's learned along the way.

Movies

  • A Good Person

    Directed by Zach Braff "A Good Person," starring Morgan Freeman and Florence Pugh. In the film, Morgan Freeman plays Daniel, who is brought together with Allison, played by Florence Pugh, a once-promising young woman whose life was forever changed by a tragic event that took Daniel's daughter's life. Together, they worked on their friendship and discovered that forgiveness and hope can flourish even in the most unexpected places.

  • ORIGIN

    Directed by Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Ava DuVernay, ORIGIN explores the mysteries of history, the magic of romance, and the struggles for a better future. A journalist faces immense personal loss as she investigates the global impact of caste and its sinister hold on society, all while uncovering the enduring power of human resilience.

  • Everything Every Where All At Once

    Camera Operator Ari Robbins worked on the film "Everything Everywhere All at Once," which was written and directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, with Producers Anthony and Joe Russo along with Jonathan Wang. The movie revolves around a middle-aged Chinese immigrant who is thrust into a wild adventure, where she's the only one who can save all of existence by journeying through other universes and tapping into the lives she could have lived.

Shows

  • Mr. Robot

    Emmy Award Winning Camera / Steadicam Operator Jeff Muhlstock SOC operated the last season of Mr. Robot. "Mr. Robot" tells the story of Elliot, a young programmer with a severe social anxiety disorder, who finds that his only way to connect with people is by hacking into their digital lives. Using his hacking skills like a superhero uses powers, he aims to protect those he cares about from individuals and organizations that would harm them.

  • Echo

    Cinematographer Magdalena Gorka worked on Season 1, Episode 1 of Marvel Studios "Echo," available on Disney+ and Hulu. The show follows Maya Lopez as she is pursued by Wilson Fisk’s criminal empire. As her journey takes her back to her roots, she must face her family's legacy and her own past.

  • Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan

    Camera Operator Michael Rathgeber worked on 9 episodes across Seasons 3 and 4 of "Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan." The series revolves around CIA analyst Jack Ryan, who, after discovering a suspicious pattern of bank transfers, is pulled from his desk job into a dangerous chase across Europe and the Middle East. At the same time, a rising terrorist leader is plotting a massive attack against the U.S. and its allies.