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Chasing the Gold: A Dive Into the 2021 Best Documentary Feature Oscar Race Through the DOC NYC Short List

DOC NYC 2021, the largest documentary film festival in America, has revealed its influential Short List of films that has a very good track history of predicting the eventual Best Documentary Feature...

Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival 2021 – A Dive into the Film Program and Symposium

The Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival is not only a showcase of powerful nonfiction filmmaking but a highly useful opportunity to hone your journalism skills and learn from some of the best...

Movie Review (TIFF 2021): ‘Burning’ is a Devastating and Crucial Documentary About the Australian Black Summer

Director: Eva Orner Synopsis: Looks at the deadly Australian bushfires of 2019-2020, known as 'Black Summer'. An exploration of what happened as told from the perspective of victims of the fires, activists, and...

Movie Review (Venice 2021): ‘Django & Django – Sergio Corbucci Unchained’ is a Study on Sergio Corbucci’s influence on Tarantino

Director: Luca Rea Synopsis: Documentary about legendary director Sergio Corbucci featuring previously unseen material from the time, testimonies, and reconstructions used to present a unique period in cinema.  In Once Upon a Time in...

Movie Review (Sundance): ‘My Name is Pauli Murray’ Shows a Hero That Deserves More Recognition

Director: Julie Cohen, Betsy West Writers: Talleah Bridges McMahon, Julie Cohen, Cinque Northern Synopsis: A look at the life and ideas of Pauli Murray, a non-binary Black lawyer, activist, and poet who influenced both...

Movie Review (LFF): ‘Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets’ is an Exhausting but Rewarding Documentary

Director: Bill Ross IV, Turner Ross Synopsis: Patrons and staff enjoy their last night in a Las Vegas bar that's shutting down. An old man wakes at the bar mid-morning and recites Shakespeare as...

Movie Review (LFF): ‘The Painter and The Thief’ is an Extraordinary Exploration of Obsession and Friendship

Director: Benjamin Ree Synopsis: Czech artist Barbora Kysilkova develops an unlikely friendship with the man who stole two of her paintings. For a documentary feature to capture the imagination of audiences, it requires a...

Interview: InSession Film sits down with the directors of ‘Big Enough, Small Enough’

South Bend, Indiana, is a city known predominantly for two names – Notre Dame and Pete Buttigieg. Years ago, it was known as the headquarters for Studebaker. But, in between, there are...
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