Filmmaker Doug Block’s 112 Weddings (pictured) and Lucia Small and Ed Pincus’s One Cut, One Life are among 24 doc features and shorts set to receive their world and North American premieres at North Carolina’s 17th annual Full Frame Documentary Festival.
Beth Harrington (pictured) talks to realscreen about her Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash doc The Winding Stream, which will have its world premiere at SXSW 2014, and shares an exclusive clip from the film.
The UK-based festival’s ROAR Talent program comprises a special tract of sessions aimed at aspiring wildlife filmmakers, as well as six bursaries that include complimentary passes and invites to the Panda Awards.
The world premieres of Anthony Baxter’s The Dangerous Game and Askold Kurov and Pavel Loparev’s Children 404 (pictured) will be among 14 special presentations at this year’s Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in Toronto.
Films screening in the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival’s Documentary Competition program include Frédéric Tcheng’s Dior and I (pictured), Jessica Yu’s Misconception, Marshall Curry’s Point and Shoot, and Johanna Hamilton’s 1971.
The Righteous Persons Foundation has pledged US$100,000 in direct grants to the Lynn and Jules Kroll Fund for Jewish Documentary Film, supporting four Jewish-themed feature documentaries.