Engaging the Impossible: What I Learned from the Investigate Journalism Space – International Documentary Association | | Team Cansler

Editor’s note: At the Doc Congress, which SFFILM presented as part of its Doc Stories Last week, Carrie Lozano, director of the Sundance Institute’s Documentary and Artists Program, gave a keynote address to the community on collaboration, which we’re sharing with you. Hello, everyone! It’s amazing to be in this room with all of you, … Read more

Engaging the Impossible: What I Learned from the Investigative Journalism Space – International Documentary Association | | Team Cansler

Editor’s note: At the Doc Congress, which SFFILM presented as part of its Doc Stories Last week, Carrie Lozano, director of the Sundance Institute’s Documentary and Artists Program, gave a keynote address to the community on collaboration, which we’re sharing with you. Hello, everyone! It’s amazing to be in this room with all of you, … Read more

Young mom exposes ‘lies’ of US education in new film aimed at parents – The Epoch Times | Team Cansler

April Few once lived a life that made her appear like a “poster child” for liberal attitudes, she says. Despite growing up in South Carolina in a solid two-parent household with one sibling, Few became promiscuous as a teenager and young adult. She dealt with homosexuality. She shaved her head and wore masculine clothes because … Read more

HBO documentary Undercurrent explores the story behind the murder of journalist Kim Wall | Team Cansler

Show Art for “Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall” Courtesy of HBO Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall is a two-part documentary directed by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Erin Lee Carr (I love you, die now; Britney vs. Spears), streaming now on HBO Max. The film focuses on the life of Swedish journalist Kim Wall, who boarded … Read more