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Multi-year SDFF alumni Ben Proudfoot’s Queen Of Basketball (U.S., 22 mins) won Best Short at the 2021 Critic’s Choice Documentary Awards on Sunday. The film, one in Proudfoot’s ongoing Almost...

Nominations for this  2021 Critic’s Choice Documentary Awards were announced last week, and SDFF multi-year alumni filmmaker Ben Proudfoot was among the nominees. Proudfoot’s Queen Of Basketball...

Best Documentary winner ADVOCATE (Philippe Bellaiche + Rachel Leah Jones, 2019) A portrait of Lea Tsemel, a Jewish-Israeli human rights lawyer who has represented political...

Pol. + Gov & Best Doc Advocate (Philippe Bellaiche + Rachel Leah Jones, 2019) A portrait of Lea Tsemel, a Jewish-Israeli human rights lawyer who...

A Concerto is a Conversation,SDFF alum Ben Proudfoot’s much-celebrated collaboration with film composer and co-Director Kris Bowers and The New York Times OpDocs is nominated for Best Documentary...

Tuesday night at the News and Documentary Emmy Awards, SDFF 2019 Official Selection, The Silence of Others, won two Emmys. Filmmakers Almudena Carracedo and Robert...

SDFF 2019 alum and Alpha Mare co-director Mimi Wilcox received Kartemquin’s Emerging Storyteller Fund grant for The Sebastopol Siege. Wilcox pitched the film at SDFF’s 2019 Peer Pitch. Kartemquin selects grantees that follow...

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