This film screening series from Docs In Progress pairs seasoned and emerging documentary filmmakers whose films share a genre or theme. Each program includes a screening of a work-in-progress by an emerging documentary filmmaker followed by a feedback session with the audience and the seasoned filmmaker as respondent. This will be followed by a new look at an iconic film by the seasoned filmmaker.
July 19, 2018: Spotlight on Identity
at Landmark's Atlantic Plumbing Cinema in Washington DC
Our next screening pair in the Docs In the City series will focus on the theme of identity. We will welcome Grace Lee who will screen and discuss Off the Menu: Asian America.
We are currently seeking a rough cut from a filmmaker based anywhere in the United States on the theme of identity to pair with this film. Deadline to submit is June 1.
Click here to find out how to submit.
PREVIOUS DOCS IN THE CITY SCREENINGS
October 7, 2017: Spotlight on Coming of Age
In partnership with the Center for Media and Social Impact at American University
We explored what it means to come of age while the cameras are rolling with a Work-in-Progress Screening of Stephanie Lucas' Work in Progress and a Revisit-an-Iconic Film screening of Michèle Stephenson and Joe Brewster's American Promise. Find out more.
August 6, 2017: Spotlight on Personal Documentaries
In partnership with the Washington Jewish Film Festival
Things got personal as we delved into the lives of two filmmakers and their families in an exploration of the genre of personal documentary with a Work-in-Progress Screening of Bonnie Rich's Searching for My Jewish Soul (since retitled Life Is Rich) and a Revisit-a-Classic screening of Doug Block's 51 Birch Street. Find out more.
This program is organized by Docs In Progress and made possible through the support of