An unapologetically progressive fest since its 2003 inception, CPH:DOX has never been content to merely showcase films. From the start, it set out to
On a very hot day earlier in June, I made my way to New York City’s Hudson River Park, one of the many new homes for this year’s Tribeca Festival. The
By ANSELM BEACH and Patricia AufderheideAFI Docs, held in Washington, DC, but organized out of AFI’s Los Angeles office, strives to create a menu that
Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, now in its 24th year, has become a notable stop on the circuit, not least for its homey welcome to filmmakers
If CPH:DOX is any indication (and it usually is), 2021 seems set to see a transformation in sociopolitical nonfiction cinema. Rather than, say, merely
The documentary community is filled with tough pros, but surely all of us can spare a thought for a festival that had to deal with the first outburst
By Coley Gray and Patricia AufderheideThe 2021 True/False Film Festival split into two, one in-person and another virtual. Both featured the high
Hot Docs is back for its 2021 festival edition, bringing short and feature-length documentaries from around the world to viewer's home screens between
Looking Back—2020The Sundance Film Festival is the largest and, arguably, the most prestigious festival in the country. The job of the Sundance
The recently concluded International Documentary Film Festival at Amsterdam, the largest documentary film festival in the world, managed to host some