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America's largest documentary festival returns with a physical event in New York City for its 13th edition. It will open on November 9 with Maya And The Wave ad run until November 17. It's closing film is The Conspiracy and its online edition will run until November 27. This page is a work in progress, please come back as we add in the titles screening.
View Films by Strand:
- American Lives
- Artistic Expressions
- Fight The Power
- Game Face Cinema
- International Competition
- Kaleidoscope Competition
- Metropolis Competition
- Shortlist: Features
- Shortlist: Shorts
- Sonic Cinema
- Special Presentations
- US Competition
- Voices Of Canada
- Winner's Circle
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DOC NYC Latest Reviews
Profile of Chelly Wilson, a Christmas-celebrating Jewish grandma, a lesbian who married men, and a proud owner of porn cinemas in 1970s NYC.
A turbulent newsroom drama which intimately chronicles the working days of broadcast journalist Ravish Kumar as he navigates a spiralling world of truth and disinformation.
Consideration of the infamous 1982 F1 season when rival teammates Gilles Villeneuve and Didier Pironi were part of the sport's most controversial moments.
The story of artist Nan Goldin and the downfall of the Sackler family, the pharmaceutical dynasty often blamed for the US opioid epidemic.
Documentary featuring a wealth of David Bowie archive.
The mystery of how theology, history, culture, and politics led to a Biblical mistranslation, the man who tried to stop it, and the impassioned academic crusade of the LGBTQIA+ Christian community driven to discover the truth.
In eastern Ukraine, follow the daily life of children and staff in a special kind of home: an institution for children who have been removed from their homes while awaiting court custody decisions. Staff do their best to make the time children have there safe and supportive.
Documentary about Stevan, a 60-year-old, former porn performer from Serbia, who is awaiting the outcome of a Kafkaesque trial process in a Maltese prison.
In the Fifties and Sixties, deep in the American countryside at the foot of the Catskills, a small wooden house with a barn behind it was home to the first clandestine network of cross-dressers.
Spurred by the spectacle of a circus tent that goes up outside his Oakland apartment, a disabled filmmaker launches into a meditative journey exploring the history of freakdom, vision, and (in)visibility.
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