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In her more than two dozen films, Deborah Stratman has explored various ways in which history, science, ideas, locations, and psyches (both individual
The New Virtual Normal: Covering a Film Festival During COVID-19 Covering CPH:DOX—the first spring fest to respond to COVID-19 by moving entirely
One of the many highlights of the always impressive CPH:DOX is its annual CPH:CONFERENCE, five days of jam-packed industry events with each full day
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
On July 20, 2019 at 2:56 p.m. UTC, it will be 50 years to the minute from when a human being stepped onto the moon for the first time. NASA’s
“Eagle, Houston. You are go for landing, over.” With this command, issued by Mission Control Center on July 20, 1969, the Apollo 11 astronauts were
Robert Kenner's stylish new documentary, Merchants of Doubt, is many things: an exposé of climate change debunkers; a clinical analysis of how
Since 1970, the giant screen 15/70mm IMAX format has provided a close-up and experiential view of nature's wonders. Historically, natural history and
A wise man once said, "If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere." A year and half ago we embarked on a journey that
Djinguereber Mosque, Timbuktu. 'There is a people called the Mericans ?' he asked. 'There is.' 'They say they have visited the Moon.' 'They have.'