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
If there’s a silver lining to festivals that went virtual during the pandemic, it’s this: A whole nation of viewers could potentially participate. The
At Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival, come for the recent festival winners that share a common DNA: investigative journalism. And stay for
There are plenty of films made by creators in the IDA family to catch. Check out the IDA-supported titles at DOC NYC this year, including IDA Enterprise Documentary Fund and Pare Lorentz Documentary Fund grantees, fiscally sponsored projects and DocuClub alumnus.
Documentaries were out in force at the 58th New York Film Festival. No longer cloistered in a separate section, they stood shoulder-to-shoulder with
This year’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) was the strangest ever. There were no red carpets, no galas, no film stars. With Canadian
After completing the second of what would be four Q&As at the True/False film festival in March, David Osit, who directed the documentary Mayor, found
The world has radically changed over the past four months. Not only has the work of documentary filmmakers been significantly disrupted, but so has
In this new age of physical distancing and social isolation, computer screens and television monitors have become the focal point for our contact with