Copenhagen International Airport. Documentary Film Festival (CPH: DOX), which runs from March 23 to April 3, has unveiled its conference program. Participating filmmakers include Sara Dosa (“Fire of Love”), Daniel Roher (“Navalny”) and Renzo Martens (“The White Cube”), and indigenous Brazilian cinematographer Tangãi Uru-eu-wau-wau ( “The Territory). The conference program,Read More →

According to the deadlineDisney’s Onyx Collective and ABC News jointly acquired replicaa documentary film that won the Sundance Film Festival’s Special Jury Prize for American Documentary for Impact for Change when it debuted last month. What is happening: The latest film from directors Paula Eiselt and Tonya Lewis Lee willRead More →

Durham, North Carolina – The 25th Annual Full Frame Documentary Film Festival will be entirely virtual in 2022. Event organizers announced on Wednesday that the festival would be held online due to the “continuing and unpredictable realities of the coronavirus pandemic.” “Nothing can replace the magic of screening movies togetherRead More →

Local stories bring the rich culture and heritage of the Northern Nevada region to life. This fall, students in Kari Barber’s documentary filmmaking class at the University of Nevada, Reynolds School of Journalism in Reno discovered some of those stories. On Thursday, December 9, the class will present the DocumentaryRead More →

We believe education is the foundation of the Bitcoin journey, and the environmental argument made here is a powerful one. This film addresses the misconceptions about Bitcoin’s energy consumption. CALABASAS, CA (PRWEB) September 14, 2021 This Machine Greens, presented by Swan Bitcoin, is a documentary that explores Bitcoin’s complexRead More →

CALABASAS, Calif., September 14, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — This Machine Greens, presented by Swan Bitcoin, is a documentary that explores Bitcoin’s complex and nuanced relationship with energy. The film is directed by award-winning British filmmaker Jamie King and produced by Enrique Posner. The film will premiere on Swan’s YouTube channel atRead More →

“If I could tune in right away, I would,” said Dawn Porter in one of the many enthusiastic testimonials sprinkled throughout Full Frame’s “The Creative Power of BIPOC Editors,” an online launch/celebration. from the BIPOC documentary publishers database. Expertly edited (surprise surprise), the quick event (about an hour) took placeRead More →

A talk about the hardships faced by undocumented Haitian workers in the Dominican Republic and the stories of immigrants at a Georgia ICE detention center during the COVID-19 pandemic are just two of six documentaries making their world premiere at the annual 24h Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. Operating outRead More →

No ordinary man (Canada) 80 mins. Stream online at the 2020 Vancouver International Film Festival from September 24 to October 7 on VIFF Connect We talk a lot about the importance of screen representation, but No ordinary man aims to vividly capture the emotional impact of acknowledging aspects of one’sRead More →

Hear Morgan’s trumpet player Eddie Henderson November 3-4 at Lewers Lounge, then watch the Hawaii International Film Festival documentary “I Called Him Morgan” on November 5. Video and photos: Courtesy of the Honolulu International Film Festival ADirectors and directors make regular appearances at film festivals, but it’s rare to hearRead More →

FilmRise has acquired worldwide distribution rights to Swedish director Kasper Collin’s Lee Morgan documentary “I Called Him Morgan.” The documentary had its world premiere at the 2016 Venice International Film Festival, then screened at the Toronto, Telluride and New York film festivals. “I Called Him Morgan” will be released theatricallyRead More →