“Now Playing”: Projects by AFI Alumni Available to Watch Online in March – American Film Institute

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“Now Playing”: Projects by AFI Alumni Available to Watch Online in March

Looking for a new film or TV series to watch online? Support AFI alumni by checking out our Now Playing section, which we update regularly each month. Whether it’s a theatrical release now premiering on VOD or a scheduled digital launch, we want to get the word out.

 

New Projects for March 2021

ALLEN VS. FARROW

Kirby Dick (AFI Class of 1983), Co-director

Where to watch: Now streaming on HBO Max

CLARICE

Maja Vrvilo (AFI Class of 1995), Director of pilot

Where to watch: Available to watch on CBS

EQUAL on HBO MAX

EQUAL

Diane Becker (AFI Class of 2006), Producer

Gabriela Gonzalez (AFI Class of 2010), Field Producer

Where to watch: Now streaming on HBO Max

GINNY & GEORGIA

Catalina Aguilar Mastretta (AFI Class of 2011), Director

Where to watch: Now streaming on Netflix

LITTLE BIG WOMEN

Jon Keng (AFI Class of 2015), Cinematographer

Jacqueline Liu (AFI Class of 2013), Producer

Yuyu Yang, (Class of 2009), Co-Producer

Julie Ying-Te Chen, (AFI Class of 2014), Production Designer

Where to watch: Now streaming on Netflix

MOXIE on Netflix

MOXIE

Allison Jones (AFI Class of 1981), Casting Director

Erin Magill (AFI Class of 2012), Production Designer

Where to watch: Premieres on Netflix March 3

MY SALINGER YEAR

Sara Mishara (AFI Class of 2002), Cinematographer

Where to watch:  It is scheduled to be released in the U.S. on March 5, by IFC Films

PARADISE COVE

Eric Potter (AFI Class of 2005), Editor

Where to watch: Paradise Cove premieres on digital Feb 12 from Quiver Distribution

TINA on HBO

TINA

Diane Becker (AFI Class of 2013), Producer

Where to watch: Premiering on HBO Max on March 27

TWO SENTENCE HORROR STORIES

Guy Pooles (AFI Class of 2013), Cinematographer

Bola Ogun (AFI DWW Class of 2015), Director

Where to watch: Now streaming on Netflix and the CW

Comments (1)

stzgists

I actually first saw HBO when I started watching Game of Thrones, back then I didn’t even know what it means just that it shows at the beginning of every episode. Now HBO has turned out to be a very big company and I love watching their series so much now that I have known about all their services. though am still confused about HBO go and HBO now.


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