Touchline is based on director Mohammed Saffouri’s grandfather’s life, on the day he was drafted for the National soccer team, a war began in Palestine, and he was forced to give up his dream.
More Than I Remember, the animated documentary on child refugees, will have its international premiere at Hot Docs film festival.
CANDIDATO 34 Documentary Chronicles Bryan Russell with Down Syndrome Running for Public Office in Peru | Trailer
Candidato 34 documentary chronicles Bryan Russell’s extraordinary story as a person with Down syndrome running for public office in Peru.
The Oscar-qualifying Aspen Shortsfest announced the program lineup for the upcoming 31st edition taking place April 5-10, 2022.
When We Were Bullies, the Academy Award-nominated documentary short from Jay Rosenblatt will debut in March on HBO.
The 8th Nitehawk Shorts Festival, taking place from March 2 – 6, 2022 in New York City, revealed the full program of over 60 short films.
Relationship Killers, a tense and eccentric LGBTQ+ social short by Noah A Waters III will World Premiere at the Golden State Film Festival.
Watch the official trailer for Terror Contagion, Laura Poitras’ short documentary on the Israeli cyberweapons manufacturer NSO Group.
“Camp Confidential: America’s Secret Nazis” Trailer – Netflix Animated Short Doc Exposes Secret Govt Nazi Camp
Netflix released the trailer for Camp Confidential: America’s Secret Nazis, the animated short documentary on the secret government-sanctioned camp that smuggled Nazis into the United States after World War II.
LYNCHING POSTCARDS: ‘TOKEN OF A GREAT DAY Gets FREE Special Screening at Film Forum in NYC for MLK Day
Film Forum in NYC will host a FREE special presentation of the short documentary Lynching Postcards: “Token of a Great Day”.
Eddie Alcazar’s Animated Short THE VANDAL Starring Bill Duke Featured on The New Yorker’s Screening Room [Trailer]
The New Yorker Studios will release the animated short film “The Vandal” on Monday, December 13th on The New Yorker’s digital platforms.
POV Shorts series on PBS continues with I’m Free, Now You Are Free directed by Ash Goa Hua, and Seahorse directed by Nele Dehnenkamp.