Our theatrical feature documentary about Anna Wintour and the inner workings of Vogue magazine has wrapped principal photography and and is now in post-production.
With unprecedented access, director R.J. Cutler and his crew shot for seven months as they followed Anna Wintour during the preparation of the 2007 Vogue September issue.
Actual Reality has partnered with A&E IndieFilms for the financing and distribution of the Vogue documentary. Watch our website
for more information on this film, scheduled to be released in 2008.
The International Documentary Association (IDA) has honored 30 Days
with a nomination for "Outstanding Continuing Series". These prestigous awards will be held December 7th, 2007 at the Directors Guild of America, in Beverly Hills, California.
The third season of 30 Days premieres November 28th at 10PM on FX. This season features six new episodes, including one episode following Morgan Spurlock as he spends a month as a West Virginia coal miner, one of the most dangerous occupations in the world.
Our documentary THIN
was recognized by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences with an Emmy nomination for "Best Director - Documentary". The DVD of THIN is available now
and the film can still be seen on HBO. Check our website
for air times.
, our web-based series produced in collaboration with Facebook.com, can be viewed now on Facebook.com
and on TV through Comcast's Video on Demand service. The first seven episodes of eight are available now.
TLC is now airing the third season of our hit series, Flip That House. This new season features forty all-new flips. TLC premieres two episodes back-to-back every Saturday at 9PM E/P. This weekend catch two new flippers sharing their experiences.
Four special one-hour spinoff episodes of Flip That House have been shot and will begin airing this fall. Flip It Back, which follows flippers as they restore homes to their authentic charm, premieres November 17th at 9PM on TLC. Flip That Restaurant, Flip That Loft and Family Flip will air beginning in February of 2008.