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10 Films To Watch At The 2015 IDFA

10 Films To Watch At The 2015 IDFA

Every year IDFA presents the best documentaries, selected from a wide topical range. This selection is made on the basis of certain clear criteria. In short, the IDFA looks for documentaries that are stylistically interesting or innovative, socially relevant and who manage to clearly communicate with their audiences. The following list represents 10 films which have


Musée Miniature et Cinéma: Cinema Before Green Screen Was Cool

Have you ever wondered what was the process of constructing cinema sets before technology changed our lives? How did scenographers manage to make the scene look so realistic without the use of computers? Apparently, what they had to do was creating scale models of the sets! They had to think of every little detail, from


Documentary Now! Stars Curate Sundance VOD Doc List [Video]

IFC’s newest original comedy series Documentary Now! lovingly parodies some of the world’s best-known documentaries. Dame Helen Mirren (THE QUEEN, THE AUDIENCE) serves as host of this six part series, lending the gravitas that documentaries of this caliber so rightly deserve. Starring Fred Armisen and Bill Hader, each episode is shot in a different style


Errol Morris IDFA’ Top 10 Documentaries Announced

Errol Morris has seen as one of the most important documentary makers of our time – has put together this year’s IDFA Top 10. His selection includes works by a range of documentary masters, each of whom has made a significant contribution to the development of the documentary genre at a particular moment in its


10 Films To Watch At The 53rd New York Film Festival

The 53rd edition of the New York Film Festival starts on September 25th and we are definitely thrilled as always. Not only does it take place in our own base, but this year’s lineup is also a rather political one (as NYC festivals tend to be). Creators continue to realize there is something going on