Facebook users can get satisfaction, as official concert films and documentaries featuring The Rolling Stones are now available on a video-on-demand basis via the band’s Facebook page following the creation of an application by Eagle Rock Entertainment, which oversees many of the group’s home-video releases, and Facebook VOD platform Screenburn Media.
Immigration-reform advocate Jose Antonio Vargas, a former editor for The Washington Post and The Huffington Post, will see his documentary, Documented, premiere on CNN Sunday, June 29. In an interview with AllFacebook parent mediabistro, which will run next week, Vargas expressed his gratitude over having Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his FWD.us political-advocacy group as allies.
Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a cameo role in Terms and Conditions May Apply, a documentary about Internet security and privacy, but Zuckerberg didn’t even know he was being filmed, Director Cullen Hoback told AFP, as reported by The Telegraph.
Social entertainment provider Milyoni and digital distributor Cinedigm Digital Cinema will launch social action campaign “Million Eyes on the Issue” in conjunction with the Facebook premiere of documentary The Invisible War Monday, Sept. 17 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT.
It’s not quite The Social Network, but “Facebook Follies,” a one-hour documentary about the consequences of sharing personal information on the social network, debuts on the Canadian Broadcasting Channel this Television Thursday.
If you have watched Catfish and The Social Network and your appetite for films about Facebook is still not satisifed, you are in luck. The social networking site is now the subject of an upcoming documentary on CNBC.