The Dark Divide’ and ‘12 Hour Shift’ top this week’s streaming movies at Cleveland Cinemas and Cinematheque

published 30.09.2020 17:40

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Nearly 40 years after he left office, President Jimmy Carter’s rock 'n' roll legacy is examined in Mary Wharton’s new documentary.

The Emmy Award-winning show, which included high-profile guests such as Muhammad Ali, James Baldwin, Jesse Jackson, Toni Morrison, Sidney Poitier and Stevie Wonder, is examined in detail in new documentary “Mr. Soul!”

Now the Emmy Award-winning Canadian filmmaker has turned this experience into new documentary “Meeting the Beatles In India,” which is narrated by Morgan Freeman and includes never-before-seen personal photos.

James Beard award-winning chef David Kinch, (“The Mind of a Chef”) highlights three legendary French chefs at their iconic restaurants in new documentary “A Chef’s Voyage.”

Here’s a look at new and current films streaming this weekend through Cinematheque and Cleveland Cinemas: Inspired by the life of Bert Trautmann, “The Keeper” is a romantic drama about a German POW in England who remains in Britain after the end of WWII to play football.