Articles Tagged ‘Sundance Film Festival’
Three of today’s most prominent doc-makers gathered on one Sundance stage on Saturday afternoon (January 24) to debate the blurring lines between journalism and non-fiction storytelling. (Pictured: Alex Gibney)
Director Kirby Dick (pictured), producer Amy Ziering and two U.S. Senators took to the CNN Lounge at Sundance to discuss The Hunting Ground, and the problem of sexual assaults at American universities.
The Cove filmmaker Louie Psihoyos tells realscreen about adopting a Hollywood blockbuster mindset to tell the much larger story of looming mass extinction for his follow-up, Racing Extinction (pictured).
Director Jerry Rothwell talks to realscreen about unpacking the mythos around environmental organization Greenpeace in the Sundance Film Festival’s opening night world doc, How to Change the World (pictured).
The Sundance Film Festival has kicked off with its first major doc deal, as U.S. cable net Showtime acquires Kim Longinotto’s prostitution doc Dreamcatcher (pictured) ahead of its Park City premiere.
Broadcasters in France, Denmark, Israel, Norway and Belgium have acquired Kirby Dick’s anticipated campus rape doc The Hunting Ground (pictured), ahead of its Sundance world premiere on Friday (January 23).
The UK distributor has picked up the worldwide rights to director Mor Loushy’s Censored Voices (pictured), ahead of the Israeli documentary’s world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival next month.
Short documentaries about figure skater Oksana Baiul, illustrator Hilary Knight and the oldest woman to run in the New York City Marathon will screen at the Sundance Film Festival next month.