The “Female Gaze” session (pictured) at IDFA in Amsterdam saw presenters propose a documentary-specific Bechdel test measuring gender bias and brainstorm solutions to improve women’s representation.
Those planning on entering the Realscreen Summit’s revamped international pitch competition, The Summit Showdown, have until December 12, 2014 to enter.
In order to gauge the state of science programming, realscreen talked to a panel of producers and programmers about relatable science, millennial-catered programming and the social media factor. (Pictured: Nat Geo’s Live from Space)
It is time once again to select the Global 100, realscreen‘s listing of the top independent production companies working in unscripted and non-fiction television and film as named by members of the industry.
The Paris-based indie is producing the documentaries Champs Elysées: The Most Beautiful Avenue in the World (pictured) and Tuna: What’s in the Can? for the French pubcaster.
Camilla Nielsson’s political doc Democrats (pictured) and Morgan Knibbe’s hybrid film on European refugees Those Who Feel the Fire Burning are among the feature-length docs nominated for IDFA awards.
HBO in America, ARTE in France and Germany, Channel 4 in the UK and Channel 8 in Israel are among the broadcasters set to air Holocaust documentary Night Will Fall (pictured) in January 2015.