The documentary Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope follows Pulitzer Prize winning journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn on a deeply personal journey examining some of the most crucial challenges facing Americans today.
NAME OF FESTIVAL: DOC NYC
WHERE: Manhattan, New York, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: Documentary storytelling is flourishing like never before – encompassing reportage, memoir, history, humor and more. DOC NYC celebrates this cultural phenomenon and encourages its new directions.
Martha Shane’s Narrowsburg, a darkly comic story of a mystery couple with Hollywood dreams who turns a tiny upstate town upside down will have its NY Premiere at 2019 DOC NYC.
Oscar nominated filmmaker Joe Berlinger’s released the trailer and ‘making of’ clip for his documentary The Longest Wave which will have its World Premiere at DOC NYC 2019.
Award-winning filmmakers P.D. Ebersole and Todd Hughes released the trailer for the film House of Cardin, an authorized documentary about the life and work of iconic designer Pierre Cardin.
Watch a trailer clip from award-winning filmmaker Spencer McCall’s documentary film IN BRIGHT AXIOM which will have its NYC Premiere on November 7 at DOC NYC.
Letter to the Editor, the latest film from acclaimed documentarian and Emmy winner Alan Berliner will have its New York Premiere at DOC NYC 2019.
LYDIA LUNCH – The War Is Never Over by Beth B, documentary retrospective of Lydia Lunch’s confrontational, acerbic and always electric artistry will premiere at DOC NYC 2019.
Ganden: A Joyful Land directed by Sundance Jury Award Winner ,Ngawang Choephel, and with Creative Consultant – Singer Annie Lennox will have its World Premiere at DOC NYC
Laura Naylor’s VAS-Y COUPE!, a beautifully observed portrait of seasonal labor at a family-owned vineyard in France’s Champagne region, will World Premiere at DOC NYC 2019.
Cheryl Haines, the curator of the exhibition @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz, directs the documentary film Ai Weiwei: Yours Truly, which will have its New York Premiere at DOC NYC.
The many lives of prolific cartoonist, writer and artist, James Stevenson are showcased in the documentary Stevenson – Lost and Found directed by Sally Williams which will World Premiere at DOC NYC.
The legendary fashion designer Pierre Cardin is the subject of the documentary House Of Cardin, directed by P. David Ebersole and Todd Hughes which will have its New York Premiere at DOC NYC 2019.
A new generation of Palestinian youth overcome obstacles through their love of the sport parkour in the documentary Hurdle that will New York Premiere at DOC NYC 2019.
The documentary IN BRIGHT AXIOM from director Spencer McCall (The Institute) will have its NYC Premiere at DOC NYC 2019 in the section: INVESTIGATIONS.
The documentary Healing from Hate: Battle For The Soul Of A Nation, directed by Peter Hutchison will have its World Premiere at DOC NYC 2019.
Joe Berlinger’s documentary The Longest Wave featuring Robby Naish, Kai Lenny, Laird Hamilton, Gerry Lopez and Chuck Patterson, will world premiere at DOC NYC 2019.
“Elliott Erwitt, Silence Sounds Good”, a portrait of the Iconic photographer Elliott Erwitt by Photographer Adriana Lopez Sanfeliu will have its North American premiere at DOC NYC.
PERSONHOOD the documentary explores the criminalization of pregnant women as seen through the eyes of a young mother swept up in dangerous new laws, to Premiere of at DOC NYC.
DOC NYC, documentary festival, announced the tenth anniversary edition lineup of 136 over 300 documentary films making this landmark year DOC NYC’s biggest edition yet.
How do you write a letter to someone who has been dead for over 30 years? Mark Cousins’ answer is to look at their sketches that date back from their teenage years all the way their last and create profile through their eyes.
By the halfway point of North Pole, NY — an hour-long exposé on the history and hardships of the theme park known as ‘Santa’s Workshop’ in upstate New York — one thing is undeniably clear:
Todd McGrain knows the importance of conservation. The artist turned filmmaker is best known for his Lost Bird Project, a series of larger-than-life sculptures dedicated to five extinct North American bird species.
Out of Omaha, a coming-of-age tale of twin African-American brothers filmed over eight years by director Clay Tweel won the Audience Award at the 2018 DOC NYC.
Just for you our readers, an exclusive clip from China Love directed by Olivia Martin-McGuire premiering in the U.S. on November 9, 2018 at 2018 DOC NYC.