Animals are people, too — at least, that's what Steven Wise and the Nonhuman Rights Project hope to convince the world in "Unlocking the Cage."
ROME – U.S. music and movies producer Danny Bramson will head the jury of Italy’s Biografilm Festival, the unique event billed as a cinematic celebration of human lives which will open with…
The intersection of cinema and haute cuisine was honored July 11 at a reception celebrating Culinary Cinema Month on the SundanceNOW Doc streaming website and the 55th anniversary of famed New York…
Documentaries from filmmakers including D.A. Pennebaker, Chris Hegedus and Marshall Curry are among the projects to receive a total of $150,000 in funding from the Tribeca Film Institute, the Gotham…
A straight-ahead docu that, like its brilliant subject, packs surprising punches.
TORONTO – Gus Holwerda's "The Unbelievers" (pictured), following scientists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss' crusade to trumpet the importance of science, and A.J. Schnack's "Caucus," a…
The Emad Burnat-Guy Davidi documentary "5 Broken Cameras," a shortlisted finalist for an Oscar nomination Thursday, earned top feature kudos at the Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking.
Fans of the 1953 indie classic "Little Fugitive" are in for treat next month when Gotham's Film Forum hosts a 60th anniversary screening of the Morris Engel pic that will be introduced by its star…
Jeffrey Katzenberg will soon add the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award to his long list of industry kudos.
Feature-length documentaries that premiere at arthouses are getting a fresh lease on life courtesy of Discovery Communications and producer-distributor Camera Planet.
There was a sly, running spoof throughout the Coen Brothers' "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" of the ways in which "old-timey music" was being marketed and broadcast during the depths of the Depression…