Articles Tagged ‘Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry’
Steve James’s The Interrupters (pictured), Lee Hirsch’s Bully and Alison Klayman’s Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry are among the feature docs to win Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Awards this year.
Yesterday’s presentation of the awards, designed to highlight projects that reflect the highest standards of journalism, marked the first time theatrical doc releases were recognized. (Pictured: Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry)
Searching for Sugar Man, Bully, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, The Gatekeepers and The Invisible War are among the 15 documentaries that have made it to the initial shortlist for the upcoming Academy Awards, from which five nominees will be selected. (Pictured: Searching for Sugar Man)
Nine directors named as realscreen Doc Hot Shots for 2012 feature among the nominees for the 2013 Cinema Eye Honors, with Sundance hits The Imposter and Searching for Sugar Man (pictured) landing the most nominations.
Execs from UK net Sky Atlantic unveiled their foray into the documentary space at this morning’s panel at Sheffield Doc/Fest, with the commission of a Nick Broomfield (pictured) doc and the acquisition of Alison Klayman’s Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry.
A delegation of 10 Chinese commissioning editors has pulled out of attending Sheffield Doc/Fest at the last minute, after the UK festival refused demands from the Chinese Embassy in London to drop Alison Klayman’s doc Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry (pictured) from its program, realscreen understands.
The AFI-Discovery Channel Silverdocs Documentary Festival has now unveiled the remainder of its full schedule, which includes How to Survive a Plague (pictured), The Queen of Versailles, Brooklyn Castle, The Imposter and The House I Live In.