Twenty-first Century Documentary: Notes on the Evolving Doc Form

Documentary is breaking all the old rules, and heading out to uncharted territory from hybrid docs and interactive non-fiction to theatrical docs and cell phone docs. Hear from leading documentary professionals from across the doc spectrum talk about what they see for documentary in the new century. Diane Weyermann (Participant Productions), Laura Michalchyshyn (Sundance Channel), Jennifer Fox (director, FLYING: CONFESSIONS OF A FREE WOMAN), and moderator Nancy Buirski (Full Frame Festival)

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Nancy Buirski
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Jennifer Fox
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