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Untold: Jake Paul the Problem Child – A Riveting Sports Documentary

“Discover the untold story of Jake Paul, the Problem Child, as he rises from internet sensation to polarizing sports figure in this riveting documentary.”



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The highly anticipated docuseries UNTOLD is back with Volume 3, and this time it delves deep into the captivating story of Jake Paul, the Problem Child. Released on August 1, 2023, at midnight on Netflix, this four-week summer event offers an intimate and unfiltered look into the life of a young man who rose from internet fame to become one of the most polarizing figures in sports.

Jake Paul, alongside his older brother Logan, gained prominence with their viral pranks and antics on social media platforms. As tensions grew between the once-close siblings, Jake faced real-life controversies that threatened to derail his career. However, he found redemption in the boxing ring, surprising skeptics with his knockout performances.

Through candid interviews with the Paul brothers, their parents, fans, fellow boxers, and industry experts, “Untold: Jake Paul the Problem Child” provides a compelling narrative that explores the line between marketing genius and athletic prowess. This gripping documentary culminates in a nail-biting match that will determine if Jake has what it takes to solidify his position in the world of boxing.

Prepare to be captivated by this extraordinary story of resilience, controversy, and the quest for redemption. “Untold: Jake Paul the Problem Child” is a must-watch for sports enthusiasts and anyone intrigued by the complex journey of a modern-day sports icon.

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Film team calls for recognition of Berea College and Kentucky State University for supporting racial and economic equity



BEREA, Ky. and FRANKFORT, Ky., Aug. 30, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The executive team of This Field Looks Green To Me, a feature film project currently in production, has committed to sharing the profits of the film with Kentucky State University (KSU) and Berea College (BC).

This Middlesboro, KY baseball team is the focus of This Field Looks Green To Me, a feature film project currently in production. The film’s executive team has committed to sharing the profits of the film with Kentucky State University and Berea College.

This film, set in a 1950s coal-mining town with Jim Crow laws still in effect, will engage people across generations by telling a true Appalachian story about kids, baseball, and the power of grassroots action in smalltown America. The film’s executive producer, Ron Schmidt, explained that KSU, a Historically Black University (HBCU) and BC, a Kentucky college that has been racially diverse since its inception, are ideal recipients for some of the film’s profits.

“Both schools provide both Black and white students from Kentucky, Appalachia, and beyond, tangible opportunities to live together and learn from each other in an educational context, and this aligns perfectly with our project,” he said.

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“Both schools recognize that creating and maintaining a racially diverse student body enhances learning for all students,” Schmidt added. Seventy-five percent of the students at BC come from low-income Kentuckian and Appalachian families. More than half of the student body at KSU are people of color.

As an example of this commitment from KSU and BC, Schmidt pointed to the recent formation of a new initiative, the Association for Teaching Black History, in partnership with the Muhammad Ali Center and the Thomas D. Clark Foundation. Schmidt has proposed that Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear recognize BC and KSU as state “Educational Exemplars” for their efforts to advance the best interests of all students in the state.

This Field Looks Green To Me
One of the central outcomes of the movie will be to engage community mentors in building positive relationships with disadvantaged kids over the course of time. The film is proceeding rapidly toward filming and production, with filming scheduled to begin in Middlesboro and Paducah, KY in 2024.

In addition to telling this powerful story of how community can affect grass-roots change, This Field Looks Green To Me will highlight the beauty of the Appalachian people and their multi-ethnic culture – its mountains and original music.

For information about the film please visit www.thisfieldlooksgreentome.com. To join the effort to recognize these educational exemplars, please contact Schmidt at [email protected] or 216-255-1892.


SOURCE This Field Looks Green To Me LLC

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Award-Winning Affordable Housing Documentary ‘UNZIPPED

An Autopsy of American Inequality’s Debuts in Its Home City of Venice



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LOS ANGELES (Newswire.com) – UNZIPPED, a feature documentary about the growing affordable housing crisis in America, will be screened publicly for the first time in the community where it was filmed, Venice, California, 90291. The screening is at the Electric Lodge in Venice, California, on Friday, August 11, at 7 p.m. 

The event is sponsored by The Satyagraha Alliance; the Matern Law Group, hosted by Philanthropist, Podcast Host and Attorney, Matthew J. Matern, and is a benefit for Safe Place for Youth (S.P.Y.).

Written and directed by award-winning filmmaker Colin K. Gray, Executive Produced by Lucy Liu, and featuring music tracks from Run The Jewels, UNZIPPED has been hailed as the “frontline” documentary “for America’s housing divide” (Variety,) a film that “humanizes” the issue (KCRW), and an “important, powerful and enlightening” documentary (KPCC’s Film Week). 

UNZIPPED is produced by GRAiNEY PICTURES in association with Ley Line Entertainment and The Nation of Artists. Local Venice partners featured in the documentary include Venice Family Clinic, Venice Community Housing, Venice Heritage Museum, St. Joseph Center and S. P. Y.

A companion affordable housing impact campaign, #RaiseTheRoof, launched alongside the film with an interactive Impact Hub that showcases simple ways to get involved and support local housing organizations.

About the host, Matthew J. Matern

Matt is a successful attorney, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. He is the founder of Matern Law Group in California and created The Satyagraha Alliance, a non-profit that supports and partners with other environmental and homelessness organizations.

Dedicated to giving back to the community, he started the Alliance to support philanthropic programs for local underserved communities. The Satyagraha Alliance has donated substantial sums to many local charities including Safe Place for Youth, St. Joseph’s Center, Downtown Women’s Center, Food Finders and the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission. 


In addition to his philanthropic work with the Satyagraha Alliance, Matt is host and creator of “A Climate Change”, a weekly radio show and podcast discussing issues of climate change with influential environmental leaders.

About Colin K. Gray

Colin is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and screenwriter. Uniting every project he tackles is a deep commitment to crafting powerful stories that challenge the status quo.

In addition to directing & writing UNZIPPED, Colin’s documentary credits include: Being CanadianATARI: Game OverRedlight, and Freedom’s Fury, his acclaimed documentary about the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and ‘Blood in the Water” Olympic water polo match (named one of the 20 Greatest Sports Documentaries of All Time by Esquire magazine). Colin and EPs Quentin Tarantino and Lucy Liu were knighted by Hungary for the film. 

Colin’s ongoing commitment to social impact work includes writing and directing projects for Habitat for Humanity, Action Against Hunger, UNICEF and One Voice. Colin was also a staff writer on Netflix’s children’s series Phantom Pups. His other scripted credits include Savage Lands and Meena, based on the novel “Half the Sky”.

For more information on UNZIPPED and #RaiseTheRoof, please visit: www.unzippedmovie.com 

Source: Matern Law Group

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“UFOs It Has Begun” A classic documentary with Rod Serling



In the 1970s, the world was gripped by a fascination with UFOs and extraterrestrial life. The subject was so popular that several documentaries were made, one of which was “UFOs: It Has Begun” released in 1979. The documentary was hosted by Rod Serling, Burgess Meredith, and Jacque Valles, and it explored the phenomenon of UFOs.

The documentary features interviews with people who claim to have seen UFOs or have had encounters with extraterrestrial life. It also delves into the history of UFO sightings and the government’s involvement in investigating them. The documentary touches on the infamous Lonnie Zamora UFO sighting in Socorro, New Mexico, and the results of the Blue Book investigation.

One of the most intriguing aspects of the documentary is the discussion of alien abductions. People who claim to have been abducted by aliens describe their experiences in detail, and some of them even undergo hypnosis to recover repressed memories of their encounters.

The documentary also explores the possibility of communication with extraterrestrial life. Scientists and experts discuss the challenges of communicating with alien beings and the potential consequences of making contact.

The film’s three hosts bring their unique perspectives to the documentary. Rod Serling, best known for creating and hosting “The Twilight Zone,” brings his trademark storytelling style to the film. Burgess Meredith, who played the Penguin in the 1960s “Batman” TV series, adds a touch of humor to the documentary. Jacque Valles, a French-born American computer scientist and author, provides a scientific perspective on the subject.

While the documentary was released over 40 years ago, it remains a fascinating look at the world’s enduring fascination with UFOs and extraterrestrial life. Despite advances in technology and scientific research, the mystery of UFOs and the possibility of life beyond Earth continues to captivate people’s imaginations.

In conclusion, “UFOs: It Has Begun” is a classic documentary that explores the phenomenon of UFOs and extraterrestrial life. The film’s hosts, including Rod Serling, Burgess Meredith, and Jacque Valles, offer unique perspectives on the subject, making it a must-see for anyone interested in the mystery of UFOs.




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