'Mitt' to air on Netflix in late January after Sundance premiere
International Documentary Association also honors short "Slomo," TV series "Inside Man" and "Independent Lens"
In a year with a record number of entries, voters go for a solid lineup of mostly high-profile docs
In a year with a record number of entries, Oscar voters go for a solid lineup of mostly high-profile docs
Vice's chief creative officer Eddy Moretti talks with TheWrap about his company's new documentary about online drug marketplace The Silk Road.
PGA's lineup of nominees emphasizes that there are few real favorites in this year's documentary race
"I began to look for signs, for the tells, like when he is telling me something close to the truth and when he is lying"
"Cutie" leads all films with six nominations; "The Act of Killing" and "Stories We Tell" receive their second major doc nominations in a week
Netflix will pursue documentaries more aggressively in bid for more original content
Director Markus Imhoof on getting stung, affecting political change and shooting those midair sex scenes
International Documentary Association also nominates "The Square," "Let the Fire Burn"
Director Alex Gibney approaches his subject with the same sort of emotional detachment that Armstrong brings to his confessions
Cullen Hoback expresses a little hope about rolling back the Patriot Act -- if not Facebook's increasingly lax privacy standards -- at TheWrap's Awards Screening...
Oscar-winning director Roger Ross Williams says evangelical Christians are targeting the developing world in the wake of increasing tolerance in the West
The record-setting deluge of eligible docs ranges from "The Act of Killing" to "Zipper: Coney Island's Last Wild Ride"
Cinema Eye's roster of 25 movies that inspire current filmmakers ranges from rock docs to political films
Doc branch members are now swamped with more than 150 screeners
Prolific director Gibney, post-9/11 chronicler Poitras and social change advocate Dreyfous will be honored at 2013 IDA Awards
Claude Lanzmann's film recalls the daily negotiation between a local Jewish Council president and a Nazi official
NYFF also unveils lineup of revival screenings that includes works from Martin Scorsese, Luchino Visconti and Nicholas Ray
TIFF doc slate is full of cinema legends: Claude Lanzmann, Marcel Ophuls, Frederick Wiseman; Greek films, revivals also announced
Joshua Oppenheimer talks with TheWrap about death threats and government-sanctioned killings in Indonesia nearly 50 years ago
Music documentary from Alex Winter will receive theatrical and VOD rollout starting June 21, followed by likely VH1 airings in 2014
Sebastian Junger talks about his new HBO documentary, war reporting and his late friend
IDA's showcase comes to an end after qualifying 30 Oscar nominees and seven winners
His films explored Werner Herzog and jazz great Dizzy Gilespie -- along with garlic and gap-toothed women
A year after revamping the feature-documentary rules to bring in more voters, the Academy's Documentary Branch changes more rules and plans for a larger branch
The new schedule confused things, the Best Director nominations shocked people, and the movie that was in trouble in January came roaring back in February
At TheWrap screening series, the producer of "The Invisible War" explains how the film is shedding light on the epidemic of sexual assault in the...
At the finale of TheWrap's awards screening series, the "Plague" filmmaker told of whittling through hundreds of hours of ACT UP footage to preserve a...