"Sundance Institute has announced the 25 feature-length documentary films that will receive $550,000 in grants from its Documentary Film Program and Fund."
In the end, the ITU and the conference chair, having backed themselves to the edge of a cliff, dared governments to push them off. They duly did. And without even peeking over, the crowd turned around and walked away. — “Internet humbles UN telecoms agency” —The NonProfit Press
The folks over at DocGeeks favor The Invisible War and Searching for Sugar Man. Find out why.
If you missed seeing the documentary Birth Story: Ina May Gaskin & the Farm Midwives at DOC NYC or LAFF this year, it will be screened in communities across the states and in different cities internationally throughout the next couple of months. Their next stop is Nashville, TN, tomorrow 12/8/12 at the Scarritt-Bennett Center. Details here.
On the other coast, the LA EIGAFEST 2012 will be showcasing recent Japanese Cinema at the Eygptian Theater in Hollywood, CA. The full slate has just been announced and detailed on the EigaFest’s website.
Beware of Mr. Baker is rated 100% on Rotten Tomatoes!
Ashton Kutcher is playing Steve Jobs. What's even more surprising, they say his performance is "remarkable." I'll believe it when I see it.
SnagFilms has teamed up with Care2 and the On Coal River filmmakers to petition the EPA and Congress to stop mountaintop removal coal mining.
We’re very, very close, but we still need your John Hancock to reach our goal of 10,000 signatures and help Bo Webb and his neighbors stop the pollution that is destroying their community.
Please sign and then SHARE this petition with your audience through email and/or social media channels.
Alamo Drafthouse Announces 3rd New York Location: Downtown Brooklyn
Film nerds of NYC, rejoice! And yes, they will be screening films in both 35mm and digital formats…
on opposite sides of the country.
NOLASynchroniCITY film series - featuring the extraordinary culture of New Orleans and Louisiana heritage - kicked off on Sunday, December 2. The first screening was of the late filmmaker Stevenson Palfi’s award-winning 1982 documentary Piano Players Rarely Ever Play Together.
In stark contrast to the southern soul of the NOLASynchroniCITY fest, the icy Anchorage International Film Festival also kicked off this weekend. For the next week the 12th annual Anchorage International Film Festival will present more than 100 selections from more than 20 countries. This year’s AIFF started with an opening night gala and the Alaska premiere of Deadfall, the latest from Oscar award-winning director Stefan Ruzowitzky.