Moxie Pictures’ Vaughan Arnell directs the supermodel in a stunning black-and-white music video filmed at Abbey Road Studios.
We’re excited to announce that Dina will be screened as part of the U.S. Documentary Competition.
Now in its seventh year, the New York City-based and documentary-focused film festival aptly titled DOC NYC has become a mainstay on the documentary festival circuit. Along with series like Hot Docs and the more avant-garde-heavy True/False, DOC NYC is slowly but surely becoming one of the must-attend festivals for cinephiles who have an affinity for the non-fiction side of cinema.
DOC NYC, America’s largest documentary festival, announces the full lineup for its seventh edition, which runs from November 10-17 at the IFC Center in Greenwich Village and Chelsea’s SVA Theatre and Cinepolis Chelsea.
A music-video style ad tells the story of a woman who once spent her life as an office zombie, “filing data” mindlessly while getting pasty under her office’s fluorescent lights. But finally, through Avon, she broke free and became her own boss — one who makes her own schedule and is able to multi-task and cares for her family as she pleases.
Though his filmography often consists of long interviews with hideous men, documentarian Errol Morris is nearly unequaled in his ability to inject empathy, or at least basic humanity, into explorations of figures as difficult as Holocaust denier Fred A. Leuchter or war architects Robert McNamara and Donald Rumsfeld.
British director Ben Wheatley assembles an eccentric cast in this down-and-dirty action movie, centered on an arms deal gone bad.
A warm and hugely entertaining documentary about a woman whose work gained fame for utilising the Polaroid 20×24 camera
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