A group of documentary filmmakers is launching a new anti-Trump ad campaign, with the first TV spot running in Butler County, Ohio, on Wednesday. The first ad, directed by Rachel Grady, features a…
The documentary picks up the story of Alex Libby, who has become an anti-bullying crusader.
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.
"Bully" will receive the 2013 Stanley Kramer Award at the 24th annual Producers Guild Awards ceremony Jan. 26.
A year in documentaries that featured numerous worthwhile Oscar candidates -- and no small about of concern over the process of sifting through them -- has yielded 15 nonfiction films on the…
Theater chains are taking sides in the "Bully"-rating showdown: Second-largest exhib AMC will allow minors into theaters with parental permission, while No. 3 chain Cinemark says it won't show the…
The Weinstein Co. has decided to release its docu "Bully" unrated by the MPAA on Friday after failing to obtain a PG-13 rating.
Celebrities came for a cause that's turned into another cause with Tuesday's Gotham screening of "Bully" at the Paley Center for Media.
The Weinstein Co.'s "The Artist" and HBO Documentary Films' local-themed doc "Hard Times: Lost on Long Island" picked up audience kudos at the Hamptons Film Festival Sunday night.
Melissa Leo, Christoph Waltz, Forest Whitaker and Tom Hooper are among expected attendees at the Ischia Global Film and Music Fest, which has also recruited a robust lineup of international industry…
The Weinstein Company has picked up all rights to ''The Bully Project,'' the doc that bowed this weekend at the Tribeca Film Festival.
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