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Los Angeles, CA – October 20, 2017– Last night, at the Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival, the International Documentary Association (IDA)
Since its inception in 2015, the Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival in Washington, DC, has served as a rare meeting ground for investigative
Talal Derki is making a film in an area so dangerous, he and his wife must treat each departure as if it might be his last. After all, he explains, "I
From Black Lives Matter to Standing Rock, the question of who has the "right" to tell a community’s story has been endlessly debated this year, with
By Katie Townsend & Adam A. MarshallFederal, state and local governments possess a wealth of current and historical information that can be of great
A fact is a truth, that verifiable, reliable backbone of the documentarian's work. But in an era when information is filtered through the lens of
Bryan Fogel's debut documentary, Icarus, was one of Sundance 2017's undeniable success stories, having sold distribution rights to Netflix for a
Filmmaker Matthew Heineman floored audiences two years ago with his third feature film Cartel Land, an in-the-foxhole, vérité tale of the ongoing drug
The annual AFI DOCS Filmmaker Forum was held this year from June 15-18 at the AFI DOCS Festival Hub in downtown Washington, DC.The forum opened with
From Bernardo Ruiz' Reportero. Photo: Bernardo Ruiz/Quiet Pictures"Let them kill us all, if that is the death sentence for reporting this hell,"