The 30th International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) will open on November 15 with the world première of Amal by Egyptian director Mohamed Siam.
Naila And The Uprising Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Julia Bacha (Budrus, My Neighbourhood), Naila And The Uprising tells the remarkable story of Naila Ayesh, who played a key role in the First Intifada
The new documentary feature film Defining Hope from director Carolyn Jones follows eight patients with life-threatening illness, and the nurses who guide them to make critical choices along the way
The documentary What Haunts Us by Paige Goldberg Tolmach, tells the story about the 1997 class of Porter Gaud School in Charleston, South Carolina that graduated 49 boys.
Amazon Studios is rereleasing Long Strange Trip, Amir Bar-Lev’s critically acclaimed documentary about the Grateful Dead, in theaters on October 13th in Los Angeles and November 3rd in New York.
BIG TIME, Portrait of Bjarke Ingels, Architect of 2 World Trade Center, to Premiere at DOC NYC | Trailer
Big Time is an intimate portrait of the Danish starchitect – Bjarke Ingels – the architect of the 2 World Trade Center, as he tries to balance his professional ambition and personal life.
Rodents Of Unusual Size takes us up-close into a large region south of New Orleans that survived hurricane Katrina and is now facing its latest threat—hordes of monstrous 20 pound rodents
Brooklyn-based comedian Hari Kondabolu is the host of the popular podcast “Politically Re-Active” alongside W. Kamau Bell.
Saving Brinton follows eccentric collector Mike Zahs who discovers the showreels of the man who brought the moving picture to the Heartland.
The award-winning documentary film Soufra follows the inspirational story of intrepid social entrepreneur, Mariam Shaar – a refugee
Watch Trailer for Netflix Documentary JOAN DIDION: THE CENTER WILL NOT HOLD Premiering at NY Film Fest
Ahead of its world premiere tonight at this year’s New York Film Festival, Netflix has released the trailer for the documentary Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold.
Sam Pollard’s Latest Film MAYNARD Profiles Maynard Holbrook Jackson, First Black Mayor of Atlanta | Trailer
The documentary Maynard, directed by the prolific filmmaker Sam Pollard, has wrapped as the film enters post production in Atlanta, Georgia.
Kedi, a beautiful documentary about the street cats of Istanbul, leads the nominations for the second annual Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards
Director Brett Morgen and subject Jane Goodall were in attendance to introduce the stunning documentary, National Geographic’s JANE at the 2017 New York Film Festival.
John Legend, Jesse Williams to Exec Produce WITH DRAWN ARMS Documentary on Tommie Smith’s Salute at 1968 Olympics
Singer John Legend, along with his Get Lifted partners Mike Jackson and Ty Stiklorius, and actor Jesse Williams will executive-produce “With Drawn Arms”
Kelly Noonan Gores’ documentary Heal takes us on a scientific and spiritual journey where we discover that our thoughts, beliefs, and emotions have a huge impact on our health
BOOM FOR REAL The Late Teenage Years of Jean-Michel Basquiat, director Sara Driver’s love letter to New York City’s past through the eyes of people who knew the renowned artist has been acquired by Magnolia for a 2018 theatrical release.
MANKILLER will Open and CHARGED: THE EDUARDO GARCIA STORY will Close 2017 Rome International Film Festival
Two documentaries, Mankiller directed by Valerie Red-Horse Mohl, and Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story will bookend the 2017 Rome International Film Festival
Here is the trailer for Bill Nye The Science Guy, which premiered at the 2017 SXSW in March.
A GRAY STATE, Documentary on Mysterious Deaths of Filmmaker David Crowley and His Family, Gets US Release
A Gray State, the A&E IndieFilms acclaimed documentary feature from Erik Nelson and executive produced by Werner Herzog, has been acquired by First Run Features.
The Departure directed by Lana Wilson (After Tiller) is described as poetic and deeply moving look at a former punk-turned-Buddhist priest in Japan
Washington Post executive editor Ben Bradlee, credited with taking down President Richard Nixon in 1974 after the Post broke the Watergate story, exposing the largest political scandal in American history, is the subject of the documentary The Newspaperman: The Life and Times of Ben Bradlee.
The insightful and funny Take My Nose… Please! by Joan Kron goes in depth with a comedic take from the top female comedians on the subject of women and plastic surgery
SFFILM announced the six winners of the 2017 SFFILM Documentary Film Fund awards totaling $125,000, which support feature-length documentaries in postproduction.