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Docs about Politics

'The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz' opens June 26 in Los Angeles , and June 27 in New York and other major cities.
'Anita' opens in theaters March 21 through Samuel Goldwyn Films.
'Our Nixon' premieres in theaters August 30 through Cinedigm.
'Citizen Koch' opens June 27 in Los Angeles through Variance Films.
Over the next month, we at IDA will be introducing our community to the filmmakers whose work is represented in the DocuWeeks™ Theatrical Documentary
Screen Time Screen Time is your curated weekly guide to excellent documentaries and nonfiction programs that you can watch at home. It’s Election Day
One of the timeliest films of this past year—having premiered in the World Documentary Competition at Sundance 2021 (where it would go on to win the
If CPH:DOX is any indication (and it usually is), 2021 seems set to see a transformation in sociopolitical nonfiction cinema. Rather than, say, merely
To say that longtime civil rights attorney Larry Krasner was a long shot to become the very head of the agency that had been his most despised nemesis