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17 MAY 2022 AWARDS. HONORS. FESTIVALS. SPECIAL SCREENINGS. Two SDFF 2022 selections, Listen To The Beat Of Our Images (Audrey Jean-Baptiste and Maxime Jean-Baptiste, 2020)...

10 MAY 2022 AWARDS. HONORS. FESTIVALS. SPECIAL SCREENINGS. The Queen of Basketball (Ben Proudfoot, 2021) won this year’s Webby for Best Documentary – Shortform. This...

3 MAY 2022 AWARDS. HONORS. FESTIVALS. SPECIAL SCREENINGS. For Love and Legacy (AK Sandhu, 2021) was an official selection of the Pan African Film Festival...

26 APRIL 2022 AWARDS. HONORS. FESTIVALS. SPECIAL SCREENINGS. A big congratulations to Barbara Lee: Speaking Truth To Power (Abby Ginzberg, 2020), which has won this...

19 APRIL 2022 AWARDS. HONORS. FESTIVALS. SPECIAL SCREENINGS. Filmmaker David Zucker has just completed the doc Your Friend Memphis, which had its World Premiere in...

12 APRIL 2022 AWARDS. HONORS. FESTIVALS. SPECIAL SCREENINGS. The Silent Shore (Nathalie Giraud and Timothée Corteggiani, 2021) won the Jury Award for Best Short at...

The SDFF 2021 film, When We Were Bullies (Jay Rosenblatt, 2021), and two other short films from SDFF alumni filmmakers Ben Proudfoot’s The Queen Of Basketball (2021)...

8 FEBRUARY 2022 NEW FILMS & PROJECTS FROM SDFF FILMMAKERS Marian Anderson: The Whole World In Her Hands premieres tonight (2/8) on PBS American. The film,...

1 FEBRUARY 2022 DOCS IN THE NEWS Investigative journalism outlet Bellingcat made its second major documentary appearance in the upcoming film Navalny (Daniel Roher, 2022), which went home with...

18 JANUARY 2022 DOCS IN THE NEWS An IndieWire column hit close to home for SDFF this week, pointing to the impact the pandemic has...

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