AFI DOCS Highlight Life, Death and Industries Struggling to Survive

By Christian Hamaker on June 29, 2016

AFI’s documentary film festival gets stronger each year.

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Mavis! Closes AFI Docs Festival With a Gospel Shout

By Christian Hamaker on June 24, 2015

Highlights from Days 4 and 5 of the AFI Docs documentary film festival.

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Anger, Artistry Characterize AFI Docs Audience Award Winner

By Christian Hamaker on June 23, 2015

A look at highlights from Day 3 at the AFI Docs documentary film festival.

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AFI Docs Highlight the Role of Faith, Family in Making a ‘Better World’

By Christian Hamaker on June 22, 2015

Highlights from Days 1 and 2 at the AFI documentary film festival.

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Drones locks on, arms, and misfires

By Andrew Collins on June 27, 2014

Poor storytelling at best, propaganda at worst

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E-Team an On-the-Ground Encounter With Noble Intentions

By Christian Hamaker on June 20, 2014

Human Rights Watch takes on tyrants. Is there any room to disagree?

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Memorable Truths Mark AFI DOCS Opener

By Christian Hamaker on June 19, 2014

Most film-fest opening night selections disappoint. Not this one.

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Hannah Arendt Against World Opinion

By Kendrick Kuo on January 24, 2014

A woman of convictions stands unbent.

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Not Strange Enough: “Church Rescue” and the National Geographic Effect

By Guest Contributor on November 11, 2013

National Geographic’s new niche reality show is a friendly, innocuous, late-period artifact of the shrinking Bible Belt.

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Searching for Sugar Man: Vindication is Sweet

By Kendrick Kuo on July 8, 2013

Vindication for the obscure.

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