International Documentary Association also honors short "Slomo," TV series "Inside Man" and "Independent Lens"
International Documentary Association also nominates "The Square," "Let the Fire Burn"
Prolific director Gibney, post-9/11 chronicler Poitras and social change advocate Dreyfous will be honored at 2013 IDA Awards
IDA's showcase comes to an end after qualifying 30 Oscar nominees and seven winners
"Searching for Sugar Man" is named the year's top doc at the International Documentary Association's IDA Awards
The International Documentary Association nominates "Searching for Sugar Man," "The Invisible War," "The Central Park Five," "The Queen of Versailles" and "Women With Cows" for...
More than two dozen leading film associations called for the immediate release of Syrian filmmaker and festival director Owra Nyrabia who has been missing since...
Documentary about bipolar disorder is one of five films, most focused on women, that conclude DocuWeeks' L.A. showcase
Oscar-qualifying showcase DocuWeeks, which could have been lost to new Academy rules, launches with a screening of Rory Kennedy's HBO documentary "Ethel"
Film from Chilean director Patricio Guzman did not make the Oscar doc shortlist
Documentary organization also announces that awards show will be hosted by Josh Fox, Tiffany Shlain and Eddie Schmidt
Even Martin Scorsese is in the running in a very confusing year for Oscar documentaries
Nine organizations speak up against imprisonment of actress Marzieh Vafamehr and director Jafar Panahi
Docs about Cuban architecture, Death Valley community among first group to take aim at the golden statuette
The crowd-funding campaign for "Dying to Do Letterman" reveals the costs of competing for an Academy Award at DocuWeeks
"Waste Land," film set in a massive Brazilian garbage dump, wins top feature award
International Documentary Association nominations leave off many top Oscar contenders -- but a date change means most aren't eligible
Hot-button topic, which the Oscars may need to implement someday, adopted by International Documentary Association
IDA also honors “An American Family” creators Alan and Susan Raymond, and USC professor Mark Jonathan Harris
Harrowing civil rights doc "Freedom Riders" begins Oscar-qualifying run
"Louder than a Bomb" uses familiar ingredients, but it's fresh and vital and exhilirating
Oscar-qualifying showcase kicks off in Hollywood, New York
Annual showcase will screen 22 films in Academy qualifying runs
Over 20 Oscar winners urge court to overturn order forcing Berlinger to give film to Chevron
Beats out serious Oscar contenders like "The Cove" and "Food, Inc." for the top prize
International Documentary Assn. taps filmmaker for Career Achievement Award.