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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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Documentaries and doc events at the Berlinale

Documentaries and doc events at the Berlinale

The Berlinale takes documentaries seriously. This is not only reflected by the fact that this year no fewer than 64 docs are screening in the various festival programmes, but also in the wide range of workshops, panels and presentations that are taking place in Berlin right now. … Read entire article »

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Brand new trailer for Marc Isaacs’ new documentary The Road

Brand new trailer for Marc Isaacs’ new documentary The Road

Acclaimed documentarian Marc Isaacs (All White in Barking, Men of the City)  is  once again set to present us with a beautiful new documentary. This time his film offers us an intimate insight into the lives of people who have come to London from afar and struggled to make the city their home. Check out the brand new trailer here on DocGeeks. … Read entire article »

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IDFA Review: Dirty Energy

IDFA Review: Dirty Energy

When the BP oil spill occurred, reporters from all over the world set up camp in the areas which were most hit by the events. But as time went on they packed up there recorders, cameras and notepads and moved on to the next big story. But for the people working and living in the areas surrounding the Gulf of Mexico the story is far from over… … Read entire article »

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IDFA Review: Sofia’s Last Ambulance

IDFA Review: Sofia’s Last Ambulance

There is something to be said about the power of observation. Sofia’s Last Ambulance, a compelling documentary film by director Ilian Metev, follows three Bulgarian paramedics working under impossible circumstances in one of the few ambulances left that serve Sofia’s 2 million inhabitants. … Read entire article »

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LFF Review: Bayou Blue

LFF Review: Bayou Blue

The American media loves a good serial killer story, so how was it that when 23 young men from Southeastern Louisiana were raped and killed over a ten year period by the same man, it made no headlines outside of small regional news outlets? … Read entire article »

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Radioman documentary premieres in aid of housing charity

Radioman documentary premieres in aid of housing charity

New documentary film Radioman about a homeless man turned film star holds its UK premiere in support of housing and homelessness charity Shelter. … Read entire article »

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