Articles Tagged ‘Sundance’
Five doc filmmakers gathered for ‘The Future of Documentaries,’ a crowded Sundance panel session discussing the use of new technology in the non-fiction arena.
Realscreen correspondent Michael Speier offers his reaction to Alex Gibney’s documentary Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief (pictured), following its Sundance world premiere.
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)
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 Sundance Film Festival will next month host the world premiere of a major documentary on campus sex crimes, directed by The Invisible War helmer Kirby Dick (pictured) and backed by CNN Films and U.S. distributor RADiUS, realscreen has learned.
U.S. pay-TV network HBO has acquired an extended version of Lucy Walker’s acclaimed Huntington’s disease documentary The Lion’s Mouth Opens (pictured), realscreen has learned.
London-based Journeyman Pictures has picked up worldwide distribution rights for Talal Derki’s Syrian conflict doc Return to Homs (pictured), which opened IDFA last fall and won a top award at Sundance last month.