Documentary Channel Finds Four Neff Films In March

The Documentary Channel will honor its founder and CEO Tom Neff by premiering four of his films on U.S. television next month.

The "Founders Month" fare will feature a quartet of Neff films during the service's "Primetime Premieres" Monday lineup throughout March.
Founder's month begins March 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, with the exclusive premiere of Neff's 2003 production of Herb Alpert: Music For Your Eyes, a film showcasing legendary musician Herb Alpert and the infusion of music in his paintings and sculptures through color, concept, and form.
On March 9, the network DOC will debut Blood Brothers a rare behind-the-scenes look at organizations handling America's blood supply, produced by Neff in 1998.
Two weeks later, Documentary Channel will present the world TV premiere of Neff's 2006 feature length documentary, Chances: The Women of Magdalene. The film follows several women recovering from a life of drug addiction, prostitution and crime who were given a second chance to make a difference within their lives through the efforts of the Magdalene House in Nashville, Tenn. Chances was the recipient of the Best Audience Award at the Nashville Film Festival and the Tennessee Spirit Award.
Finally, the service on March 30 will present the exclusive telecast of No Magic Bullet that examined the cutting-edge technology of cancer therapy developed by Dr. Robert K. Oldham, the nationally renowned oncologist.