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Ken Loach’s new documentary trailer released

Ken Loach’s new documentary trailer released

Four days ahead of its official premiere at the Berlinale, documentary distributors Dogwoof have released the trailer for Ken Loach’s film. Take a look here at what you can look forward to. … Read entire article »

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The Defector – Escape from North Korea

The Defector – Escape from North Korea

In this intriguing POV documentary – which premiered at IDFA 2012 – director and producer Ann Shin takes significant risks to reveal how tough it is to truly escape from one of the world’s most secretive and brutal authoritarian regimes. … Read entire article »

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IDFA organises Interactive Documentary Conference

IDFA organises Interactive Documentary Conference

IDFA has announced the programme for its one-day international conference on the future of documentary storytelling in the digital age, which will take place on Sunday, 18 November. … Read entire article »

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Sheffield Doc/Fest returns with Devise to Deliver

Sheffield Doc/Fest returns with Devise to Deliver

Do you have an idea for a film or transmedia experience? Or an immersive cross-platform tweety, facebookey, tumbled, hash-tagged thing that needs new funding and distribution options? Do you want to get funding and an audience for it? If the answer is ‘yes’ then you’re in the right place. … Read entire article »

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Bear 71 – an unconventional documentary

Bear 71 – an unconventional documentary

The National Film Board of Canada’s latest interactive documentary tells us about the relationship between nature and technology in a pioneering, unconventional way. It premiered at Sundance Film Festival in January and has been stirring up intrigue and awe ever since. Kristy Hutter reviews Bear 71, the story of a tagged grizzly bear who roams the great wide north under constant protection and threat of developing technology. … Read entire article »

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Sheffield Doc/Fest explores interactive filmmaking

Sheffield Doc/Fest explores interactive filmmaking

Sheffield Doc/Fest this week announced its impressive slate of documentaries, short docs, panel discussions and art installations. As ever a lot of the focus lies on the new possibilities that are presented to us by stepping away from traditional linear filmmaking and the festival aims to explore, and educate on, all the different options. … Read entire article »

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