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Alex Gibney Curates SundanceNow Doc Club Collection

Alex Gibney Curates SundanceNow Doc Club Collection

SundanceNow Doc Club will host Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney curating a collection of 12 documentaries for Doc Club. The collection is available to stream now. Gibney won the 2008 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature for Taxi to the Dark Side, which recently became available online for the first time. In addition, Gibney’s most recent

Alex Gibney, Wim Wenders & Michael Meredith Partner For Music Documentary

Academy Award-winning director Alex Gibney and Academy Award-nominated director Wim Wenders announced today they have partnered with director Michael Meredith for a new documentary ‘Return to Timbuktu’. Meredith, with the support of  Gibney, and Wenders have been following the journey to restore peace in Mali through music since Michael first met Festival au Desert organizer

Contest: “Tell Me Something: Advice from Documentary Filmmakers” E-Book Giveaway

What can you learn from the world’s best documentary filmmakers? In Tell Me Something,  60 admired filmmakers were asked for one piece of advice. Then their picture was taken. Tell Me Something is a creative manual and an inspiration generator. In Tell Me Something, veteran filmmakers like Barbara Kopple, Albert Maysles, Michael Apted, Frederick Wiseman, Robert Drew, Martin Scorsese, Michael Moore, DA Pennebaker & Chris Hegedus and Errol Morris and

Disrupting Power Structures, Building Audiences & More – Notes from IFP Indie Film Week Day 2

HBO Documentary Films were sponsors of the second day at the 2013 IFP Independent Film Week, being held at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, with a full program described as “The Truth About Non-Fiction“.  This day, specifically geared toward the modern state of independent documentary production, featured a variety of panels, speakers, workshops and networking opportunities.

Mayor Bloomberg, Michael Moore and Other Special Guests To Break Ground On New DCTV Cinema

The new DCTV Cinema will be a state-of-the-art fully interactive digital cinema, and the first “All documentary/All the time” Academy Award eligible cinema in New York City. The cinema will be built on the first floor of one of the most beautiful buildings in New York City, the 1896 firehouse that houses DCTV.  The cinema

Interview: Eugene Jarecki (Director- ‘The House I Live In’)

Filmed in more than twenty states, ‘The House I Live In‘ captures heart-wrenching stories from individuals at all levels of America’s War on Drugs. From the dealer to the grieving mother, the narcotics officer to the senator, the inmate to the federal judge, the film offers a penetrating look inside America’s longest war, offering a