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This year's festival will feature both in-person screenings in New York City, from November 10-18, followed by online screenings across the US from November 19 to 28. This year's Visionaries Honourees are: Joan Churchill, Raoul Peck, Peter Nicks and Chi-hui Yang. In addition to the strands listed below, there are a number of short film showcases.
View Films by Strand:
- Arts & Design
- Coming Of Age
- Fight The Power
- Focus: Journalists
- International Competition
- Kaleidoscope Competition
- Metropolis Competition
- Personal Journies
- Photography & Film
- Short List: Features
- Sonic Cinema
- Special Events
- US Competition
- Voices Of Canada
- Winners' Circle
View previous years coverage of the DOC NYC festival:
DOC NYC Latest Reviews
A close-up portrait of the daily lives of two cows.
The story of Wakaliwood, the grassroots film industry born in the slums of Kampala which is all about action and entertainment and the conviction that in the movies, nothing is impossible.
Reconstruction of a 1970s bungled robbery, told from different perspectives.
Observational documentary about a school in Belfast's Ardoyne and its inspirational headmaster.
The three minutes of footage explored in this film are the only moving images left of the Jewish inhabitants of Nasielsk before the Holocaust.
A drama-therapy project working with six men in Kansas City, Missouri, who were abused by Catholic priests as children.
A docufiction dive into the Mexican police force.
Documentary portrait of the influential TV chef.
Documentary consideration of how NYC's emergency workers dealt with the first wave of the pandemic.
Documentary considering our audiovisual heritage and what is being done to preserve it.
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