Nature Docs

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
Valerie Taylor has lived a life rife with unintended consequences, contradictions and double-edged swords. A pioneer in both shark research and
"You never forget your first time seeing a whale," director Joshua Zeman says in The Loneliest Whale: The Search for 52. His was as a kid working on a
While the planet's human population reels from the devastating impact of the COVID -19 crisis, many have become aware of their immediate natural
Recognizing that the world is in a perilous state—and that they are in a position to do something about it—three major environmental film festivals
“You [Americans] did it for me. You wrote Moby Dick, The Old Man and the Sea. You inspired me with this amazing literature….It was just a question of
It is an extraordinary time in the expansion of documentary filmmaking when narrative nonfiction programming has reached rock-star status. It seems
Documentary recently spoke with Professor Dennis Aig, Ph.D., the Program Head of the MFA Program in Science and Natural History Filmmaking at Montana
"Going to Africa, living with animals—that's all I ever thought about," Jane Goodall discloses in Oscar-nominated director Brett Morgen’s latest doc
This article was co-authored by Chris Palmer and filmmaker Shannon Lawrence.Documentary filmmaking requires acknowledgement and application of