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March Documentary Film Festivals

If the autumn months are the ‘Christmas’ for documentary film festivals, then March would be the ‘Thanksgiving’. Numerous well-known documentary film festival take place all around the world in March … Continue reading

05/03/2013 · Leave a comment

The 2013 Oscar nominees for best documentaries

The 85th Academy Awards nominations were announced today. As before there are two documentary categories; Best Documentary Feature and Best Documentary Short. Only five films are nominated in each category … Continue reading

10/01/2013 · Leave a comment

Best Documentaries of 2012

Happy new year everyone! It´s fitting to start the new year with a list of the best documentaries of 2012. 2012 was a good year for documentaries and putting this … Continue reading

05/01/2013 · Leave a comment

Four more days filled with docs

With four more days to go, RIFF – Reykjavík International Film Festival is in full swing. Docs & Film Festivals has been out and about and so far seen these … Continue reading

04/10/2012 · Leave a comment

August film festivals

In the soaring summer heat there are few places more convenient for refugee than dark and chilly cinemas. With several film festivals on the horizon in August, it´s ideal to … Continue reading

03/08/2012 · Leave a comment

Top 20 films from Sheffield Doc/Fest Audience Awards

5 Broken Cameras by Emad Burnat & Guy Davidi (2011) won the audience awards at Sheffield Doc/Fest, followed by Searching for Sugar Man and Man with a Movie Camera. The top 20 … Continue reading

26/06/2012 · Leave a comment

Sheffield Doc/Fest 9 days away

Over 75 industry sessions, masterclasses and interviews with filmmakers will be at Sheffield Doc/fest this year. The sessions are great opportunity to extend ones knowledge about the documentary film industry, … Continue reading

03/06/2012 · Leave a comment