Docs Gone Wild

Thursday, January 23
1:00 p.m.

What happens when a reliable film species like nonfiction cross-pollinates with other genres, cinematic or otherwise? This year’s Festival films are having a field day with formal inventiveness, hybridization, and the subversion of expectations. Bringing diverse backgrounds and conceptual approaches to their work, Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard (20,000 Days on Earth), Chelsea McMullan (My Prairie Home), John Harkrider (All the Beautiful Things), and Tim Sutton (Memphis) talk about shaking up the form. Moderated by David Wilson.

Open to all credential holders and the general public on a space available basis.


Jane Pollard
Chelsea McMullan
David Wilson
John D. Harkrider
Tim Sutton
Iain Forsyth
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