Directed by Steven Hoffner and AJ Messier, The Cannons will World Premiere at DOC NYC film festival.
NAME OF FESTIVAL: DOC NYC
WHERE: Manhattan, New York, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Documentary storytelling is flourishing like never before. DOC NYC is at the center of celebrating and supporting this cultural movement. DOC NYC is also an Academy-qualifying festival for short films. DOC NYC’s winning short will qualify for consideration in the Documentary Short Subject category of the Annual Academy Awards® without the standard theatrical run, provided the film otherwise complies with the Academy rules.
Watch first look trailer for Exposure, documentary follows eleven novice women explorers, from the Arab World and the West, to the North Pole.
Watch First Look Trailer for YOUNG PLATO, Documentary on Maverick Irish School Headmaster, Kevin McAreve
The Irish documentary Young Plato profiles school headmaster Kevin McAreve, who is determined to change the fortunes of an inner-city community in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Directed by Erin Bernhardt and Din Blankenship, the film profiles a leader in a white nationalist hate group who finds healing from the people he once hated – a Muslim heart doctor and his town of refugees.
Tommy Haines’ HOCKEYLAND Documentary Set in Minnesota’s North Country Premieres at DOC NYC [Watch Teaser]
Hockeyland, Tommy Haines’ documentary on a long tradition in Minnesota’s North Country will World Premiere at 2021 DOC NYC.
F@CK THIS JOB. Documentary on the Fight to Protect Independent Journalism in Russia Premieres at DOC NYC [Trailer]
Vera Krichevskaya’s documentary F@ck This Job about the fight to protect independent journalism in Russia will U.S. premiere at DOC NYC.
14 PEAKS: NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE Trailer. Documentary Follows Mountain Climber as He Attempts to Break World Record
Nepalese Nirmal “Nims” Purja sets out to climb the world’s 14 highest summits in less than 7 months in 14 Peaks: Nothing Is Impossible.
Omara, the documentary by Cuban-American director Hugo Perez on Afro-Cuban singer and cultural icon Omara Portuondo premieres at DOC NYC.
The festival kicks off with Listening to Kenny G as Opening Night film.
THE MEANING OF HITLER, A Provocative Look of Hitler’s Legacy in the 21st Century World Premieres, at DOC NYC 2020
Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker’s documentary “The Meaning of Hitler” takes a look at the lasting influence and draw of Hitler in the 21st century.
RESTAURANT HUSTLE Documentary Chronicles Experience of Top Chefs Maneet Chauhan, Antonia Lofaso, Christian Petroni, and Marcus Samuelsson During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Restaurant Hustle follows world-class chefs Maneet Chauhan, Antonia Lofaso, Christian Petroni, and Marcus Samuelsson as they document the challenges their restaurants faced during the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
Bruno Santamaría’s THINGS WE DARE NOT DO Premieres in U.S. at Chicago Film Festival, Followed by DOC NYC
Things We Dare Not Do by Mexican director Bruno Santamaría has its U.S. premiere at Chicago International Film Festival, followed by DOC NYC.