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'56 UP' opens in theaters January 4 through First Run Features.
The London-based Open City Docs Fest kicked off its second edition in June, exhibiting more than just a film festival, with offerings of interactive
It was meant to be a few days of filming for a 1964 television program for Britain’s ITV that would look at who the future leaders of the year 2000
Britain’s public service broadcaster Channel 4 took an early lead in commissioning fast- turnaround films about how the coronavirus is impacting the
With a nation in lockdown, documentaries in every form have never been as important to the UK’s rich public-service broadcasting system. As I wrote in
The image of a nation is never fixed. Scenes of a shared land are regularly in conflict, reductive of the multiple heritages and cultures contained
As the storytelling for cinematic documentary has evolved over the years, and audiences become ever more comfortable with the blending of techniques
Open City Documentary Festival was founded in 2010 at University College London by Michael Stewart, and is now directed by Chloe Trayner. The festival
Archival images often form part of our collective memories. Whether it be Leni Riefenstahl's footage of the Nuremberg Rallies, Martin Luther King's "I
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