Pluto is adding two more channels to its free lineup today – BBC Food and BBC Home. On the new channels, viewers will be able to spend some time in the kitchen with British chefs and join designers for home and garden renovations.
BBC Food: Step into the kitchen with some of the
finest chefs in the British Isles, including Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver,
Rachel Allen, and more, where something wonderful is always cooking.
BBC Home: Take a trip across the pond with the one
channel bringing you the very best in British home remodeling and garden
renovation, all day, every day.
Pluto TV also announced today that it will debut two MTV
documentaries this Friday – A Life Too Short and My Father The Mover.
The films will be available on Pluto on Friday, January 22 at 7:00 pm ET.
My Father The Mover was the winner of the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Short at the 2020 Tribeca Film Festival, the Audience Award at The Boston Globe’s GlobeDocs, and a nominee for the Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards. After its debut at Tribeca, the filmwent on to win Best Documentary Short at Calgary Film Festival, Best Short Film at Cleveland International Film Festival, Best Documentary Short at Urbanworld Film Festival, among others. It has also screened at Palm Springs, Heartland, Montclair, Flickers’ Rhode Island, Amdocs, Florida film festivals, and more.
A Life Too Short introduces a South African teenager named Alatha whose father calls himself a Mover. Using African dance moves – electronic Gqom beats – he helps kids in Khayelitsha township to transcend hardship and “find their superpowers.” The Mover is also a single father, and while he has helped many kids, he still has difficulty getting his own daughter to find her own powers. But in a tender moment together, that is all about to change.
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