DOC NYC and IF/Then Shorts, in partnership with The Redford Center, calls short documentary filmmakers to take part in the inaugural IF/Then x The Redford Center Nature Access Pitch. Today, most people spend more than 90% of the time indoors. As disconnection from nature takes a mental, physical, spiritual and social toll, there is an urgent need […]
Congrats to our inaugural Spring Showcase alumni on their Emmy Nominations.
DOC NYC, America’s largest documentary festival, announced the hiring of Malikkah Rollins in the role of Director of Industry & Education, part of the festival’s core leadership team. The festival also opened nominations for its annual Documentary New Leaders and 40 Under 40 honors.
The festival will restructure its film lineup, adding three new competition sections, and will expand roles for the programming team. The festival also announced that the film submissions deadline has been extended to July 9.
Tickets for individual events in our Winter 2021 PRO Season are $25, or get a Season Pass, good for all 10 sessions, for $150. If you are interested in purchasing a gift PRO Winter 2021 Season Pass, complete your purchase here. The Winter 2021 season runs January 14-March 25, with sessions offering filmmakers insight into, funding, accessibility, producing during a […]
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2020 IDA Documentary Awards Winners, MLK/FBI Released, Laura Poitras Fired by First Look Media
Monday Memo: RIP Michael Apted, IFP Rebrands as the Gotham, Oscar Doc Feature Submissions Will Break Record
Monday Memo: Michelle Latimer’s Indigenous Identity Under Scrutiny, Khashoggi Doc Unwanted By Streaming Services, Village Voice Rises From the Dead
Monday Memo: 14th Annual Cinema Eye Honors Nominations, Obomsawin & Latimer Receive DOC Institute Honours, Docs on Public Servants Soothing in 2020