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Tomorrow, Thursday, May 5 sees the launch of DOK.fest Munich. The 31st edition of the event runs through Sunday, May 15, and screens more than 100 nonfiction features. Selections from the various competitions and other sections are noted below:
The Tribeca Film Festival has just announced the films in its Narrative Competition sections, now split along US and International lines, World Documentary Competition, and Viewpoints sections. Features screening in the Spotlight, Midnight, and Special sections will be announced next … Continue reading
One of the world’s lengthiest film events, the Seattle International Film Festival kicks off three weeks of programming tonight, Thursday, May 14. More than 72 new and recent documentary features will screen through the wrap up of the festival’s 41st … Continue reading
The 39th Cleveland International Film Festival kicks off tonight, Wednesday, March 18, and runs through Sunday, March 30. One of the nation’s best regional film events, the festival takes over the Ohio city with an impressive showcase of nearly 200 … Continue reading
SXSW has just released their initial list of features, with the Midnighters and Shorts sections to be announced next Tuesday, February 10, and conference panels to follow on Tuesday, February 17. About 67 of the 145 features announced so far … Continue reading
Closing out this week’s US Documentary Competition profiles: Louie Psihoyos’ RACING EXTINCTION, a wake-up call to the dangers of mass extinction on our planet.
My annual film-by-film look at the documentaries of the Sundance Film Festival begins here with the first film of the 2015 US Documentary Competition: 3 1/2 MINUTES, Marc Silver’s exploration of a tragic, unnecessary, racially-motivated murder.
CPH:DOX opens its 12th edition tonight, Thursday, November 6, with the simultaneous screening in more than 50 venues across Europe of Anders Østergaard and Erzsébet Rácz’s 1989, about the world-changing events of that singular year. The well-regarded festival will play … Continue reading
Long a welcome respite from NYC in the early Fall for film industry and cinephiles, the Hamptons International Film Festival holds its 22nd edition beginning this Thursday, October 9 and running through Monday, October 13. In addition to numerous conversations … Continue reading
The Best Documentary Feature Oscar shortlist was just announced, narrowing the nearly 150 qualifiers to just fifteen contenders. Congratulations go to all the filmmakers for making it on to this list, especially the eleven Sundance alums and the nine DOC … Continue reading