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International Documentary Association Announces 2016 Screening Series: ‘O.J.: Made in America,’ ‘Fire at Sea’ and More

"The Eagle Huntress" kicks off the series on September 7.

“Fire at Sea”

The International Documentary Association (IDA) has announced the lineup for this year’s screening series, beginning with “The Eagle Huntress” on September 7. Other high-profile selections in the program, which runs until November 10 and takes place at the Landmark in Los Angeles, include “O.J.: Made in America,” Golden Bear winner “Fire at Sea” and Alex Gibney’s “Zero Days.” Each screening is free to the public, with IDA members offered first seating; many events will also feature Q&As.

In a statement, IDA executive director Simon Kilmurry said that “the incredible range of topics in IDA’s screening series showcases just how vibrant and dynamic documentary film has become, and how vital is has become as a way to explore our world.” (Full disclosure: IndieWire is pleased to be a media partner of the IDA Screening Series.) Lineup below:

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OJ Made In America

“O.J.: Made in America”

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September 7: “The Eagle Huntress”

September 8: “Author: The JT LeRoy Story”

September 12: New York Times Op-Docs

September 13: “O.J.: Made In America”

September 14: “Class Divide”

September 15: “Gleason”

September 19: “Audrie & Daisy”

September 20: “The Witness”

September 21: “Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise”

September 22: “Amanda Knox”

October 6: “Zero Days”

October 10: “The Ivory Game”

READ MORE: Highlights and Winners at the 2015 IDA Documentary Awards

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“Cameraperson”

October 11: “Do Not Resist”

October 13: “Newtown”

October 17: “All Governments Lie”

October 18: “Life, Animated”

October 20: “Music of Strangers”

October 25: “Fire at Sea”

October 26: “Jim: The James Foley Story”

October 27: “National Bird”

November 1: “Solitary”

November 3: “Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing”

November 10: “Cameraperson”

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