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The 19th edition of Toronto's Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival wrapped on Sunday, May 6, to unprecedented audience attendees
PBS series on Latinos highlights the conference.
There was plenty to look forward to at the 11th Tribeca Film Festival. More than 30 documentaries played in competition and non-competition sections
Central among the 106 films screened at the 15th edition of the Durham, North Carolina-based Full Frame Documentary Film Festival were films
The 55th San Francisco International Film Festival closed with the upbeat documentary Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's Journey, the real-life
South by Southwest (you write it SXSW, you say it "South-by") makes a credible claim to showcase innovation in the overlap between geekery/gaming
Film festivals devoted to a full spectrum of environmental topics did not exist in the United States until 1993, the inaugural year of the DC
Attending any film festival is necessarily an immersive experience. Arriving in an unfamiliar city, you check into your hotel, pick up your press
Flying into Berlin under gray, wintry skies for the Berlin International Film Festival, or Berlinale, is still a thrill, even after many years of
The 14th RealScreen Summit was all about the numbers. More than 2,000 people attended; it was sold out. About 50 agents roamed the halls. Twenty-eight