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Intentional vs. accidental killing explored in documentary Non Fiction Diary

Intentional vs. accidental killing explored in documentary Non Fiction Diary

Jung Yoon-Suk’s film Non Fiction Diary takes us through the mid-90s in South Korea as we explore the effects that capitalism has on this society. … Read entire article »

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London gets first dedicated documentary cinema screen

London gets first dedicated documentary cinema screen

Documentary champions DocHouse have announced the organisation is going to be responsible for the first cinema screen in the UK dedicated exclusively to documentaries. … Read entire article »

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1971: Documentary reveals story behind first WikiLeaks-type scandal

1971: Documentary reveals story behind first WikiLeaks-type scandal

It’s easy to see why the story of 1971 was an appealing one in the current climate: no-one can deny its relevancy. Edward Snowden and WikiLeaks are two instances of modern history being shaped before our eyes, but it’s a story that took place around 40 years prior which kicked-off a preceding debate over privacy and personal security.  … Read entire article »

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Documentary shows Cinema is Everywhere

Documentary shows Cinema is Everywhere

Year on year it becomes increasingly apparent that cinema, filmmaking and documentaries are not only vital components for an ever-growing number of countries, but forces for change also. The accompanying accessibility required is also becoming more widespread and the idea that ‘Cinema is Everywhere’ – and just what this means for the relationship between cinema and society – is what this new documentary seeks to discover. … Read entire article »

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Stellar line-up for Sheffield Doc/Fest 2014

Stellar line-up for Sheffield Doc/Fest 2014

Sheffield Doc/Fest, the UK’s premier documentary and digital media festival is back for its 21st year bringing together over 100 inspirational documentary features and shorts from around the world. … Read entire article »

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Light Fly, Fly High wins best documentary at One World Media Awards

Light Fly, Fly High wins best documentary at One World Media Awards

The winners of the One World Media Awards, which recognise excellence in international journalism, were announced Tuesday 6 May at Kings Place in London. … Read entire article »

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NFTS Film Clinic: A critical look at new talent

NFTS Film Clinic: A critical look at new talent

The NFTS recently showcased clips from their Film Clinic, a post-production scheme aimed at helping filmmakers turn incredible footage into finished films. The screening took place at Google HQ, with star-studded producer Simon Chinn and NFTS Head of Documentary Dick Fontaine having a good old chin-wag to set the scene. … Read entire article »

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