Senna director Asif Kapadia has hit out at the Academy Awards’ snub of Steve James’s acclaimed doc The Interrupters (pictured), echoing the sentiments of hundreds of Twitter users by describing the omission of the film from the 15-strong best doc feature shortlist as “madness.”
In recent weeks, there has been some debate as to whether or not Asif Kapadia’s record-breaking doc Senna is actually eligible for the best documentary feature Oscar next year, considering that it consists entirely of archive footage. Well, realscreen has done some digging and found out the answer…
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Following the 10th anniversary of 9/11 and the programming that has commemorated the occasion, Darlow Smithson Productions’ Julian Ware discusses how such shows not only solemnly mark the event, but can also challenge the boundaries of documentary television. (Pictured: Children of 9/11)
Next Monday (September 12) will see National Geographic Channel U.S. airing Kissinger, a two-hour special in which 88-year-old former secretary of state Henry Kissinger (pictured) reflects on issues ranging from the bombing of Cambodia to his relationship with Richard Nixon. Click through to see the trailer.
Check out the trailer for George Harrison: Living in the Material World (pictured), the anticipated two-part documentary from Oscar-winner Martin Scorsese, which will premiere on HBO in the U.S. on October 5 and 6.