Anthony Kaufman

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Reichert, whose first film came out 50 years ago, brought progressive politics and working-class issues to the forefront of non-fiction cinema.
Highlights from several recent international documentary events show that the non-fiction business is booming — but only for certain kinds of films.
From Dr. Ruth to Miles Davis, some major non-fiction stories are coming to Park City this year. But will last year's track record bode well for them?
This year’s program included 21 projects, with pitch teams allowed seven minutes persuade potential funders to get on board their new films.
The digital disruptors aren't buying documentaries the way they were a year ago, but that doesn't mean the marketplace has gone stagnant.
There were plenty of great non-fiction efforts in Park City this year. That doesn't mean they're coming soon to a theater near you.
The bulk of this year's nonfiction releases had a rough time in theaters, but hope is not lost.
Indie streaming service Fandor has closed Keyframe, its five-year-old digital magazine, in a strategy shift that the CEO admits, "is not for everyone."
The 2017 Hot Docs Pitch Forum provided an exciting window into the state of documentary filmmaking — and a lot of potentially top-notch films in search of support.
There has never been a more profitable time for documentaries. Here's why most industry insiders are optimistic about the trend.
The producer of films ranging from "Gummo" to "Raising Victor Vargas" inspired a generation of New York filmmakers.
The non-fiction films at this year's festival were developed before the Trump administration took power, but now they can't help but reflect its impact.
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