THE WAY WE MOVE: LADYBIRD IN QUARANTINE, the latest SPACEMOB studio original series, debuts this Sunday night at 9pm EST exclusively on The Docurama Channel. The series will air every Sunday night through mid October.
The Docurama channel, a channel that is part of Cinedigm’s digital networks and dedicated to offering a provocative selection of compelling and award-winning documentaries, films and TV series exploring impactful and entertaining true-life stories, is available as an app on iOS, Android and Smart TVs, and also streams live on PlutoTV, Xumo, Plex, Vizio Watchfree and Samsung TV Plus.
“Cinedigm is thrilled to partner with SPACEMOB studio on THE WAY WE MOVE as an exclusive for Cinedigm’s, Docurama Channel. The Series is a raw, unfiltered look at a small business owner struggling to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, and we are excited to bring this poignant Series to our subscribers and viewers”, said Josh Thomashow, Executive Director of Acquisitions.
“The quarantine of 2020 put a lot of pressure on small business owners across the country, and we had a very unique opportunity to place a film camera in the middle of one such business- (Lady Bird style lab in Kansas City) as they tried to adapt to the turbulence brought on by Covid 19. This single cinematic camera mixed with collecting self taped interviews, video conference calls, and photographs created a timely format to tell this story of one business’s plight to survive”, said Eric Keith, President of SPACEMOB studio & Executive Producer of The Way We Move.
“SPACEMOB studio is excited to release this Original Limited Series with Cinedigm on Docurama. With Docurama’s reach and focus on quality real life stories, we felt THE WAY YOU MOVE: LADY BIRD IN QUARANTINE would be a perfect fit”, said Keith.
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