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In early July, the UAE announced it had selected 28 year-old mechanical engineer Nora al-Matrooshi to train as an astronaut for its expanding space program, and will...

Abortion Helpline, This is Lisa by SDFF alums Barbara and Mike Attie and Janet Goldwater won the AFI Docs 2020 Grand Jury Short Award  and is...

Tragically, Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Reserve Opened to Oil Drilling by Trump Admin The fight to halt a mining project in the Alaskan Tundra, which...

While SDFF 2020 Official Selection, Bellingcat: Truth in a Post-Truth World (Hans Pool, 2018) won an Emmy in 2019, it’s now up for a second...

As we sat down for a Q&A with director Mark Titus in late July 2020 to discuss The Wild, the threats to Bristol Bay’s environment, bio-diversity...

A mode of representation defined by its relationship to reality, documentary has a troubled history in connection with race and racism. It is a genre...

SDFF 2019 Official Selection, America ReFramed: DEEJ, is streaming for free this month and will be rebroadcast on World TV (KQED) on July 14 at 8 p.m....

2018 Doc Resonates in Present Day, Provides Context for Hillbilly Elegy Adaptation & Its Critical Reception When Netflix delivered Ron Howard’s film adaptation of J.D. Vance’s...

After visiting the Navajo nation earlier this month, filmmaker Karney Hatch (Overdrawn, Plant This Movie!) was overcome by the staggering number of cases and the...

As we sat down for a Q&A with director Mark Titus in late July 2020 to discuss The Wild, the threats to Bristol Bay’s environment, bio-diversity...

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