Docs Panel: On Collaboration: Documentary Practices and Process

The Sundance Film Festival sets the bar extremely high

for its documentary presentations, providing a showcase

for some of the most diverse, cutting-edge and challenging

works while reflecting something of the state of the art for

this exciting and rapidly evolving medium.

Our Sundance Film Festival: London selections Chasing

Coral, Dina and ICARUS are richly different films but are

united in their presentation of hard-hitting issues in a fresh

and open fashion. This panel, featuring directors from those

films and British artist and filmmaker Jeanie Finlay, will ask

the filmmakers to detail their working practices and the role

of collaboration in their work whilst exploring themes

of diversity, accessibility and progress in documentary.


Alice Tynan
Jeff Orlowski
Antonio Santini
Bryan Fogel
Jeanie Finlay
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