5 Black History Month Docs: Race & Justice

Throughout February, Full Frame has reached into the archives to share festival alums that highlight the history and culture of the Black experience in America. In this fourth and final installment, we present five extraordinary films that explore stories and themes of race and justice in our country.   Time Time (Full Frame 2020) | Director: Garrett Bradley 2020 Center for Documentary Studies Filmmaker Award 2020 Charles E. Guggenheim Emerging Artist Award Stream: Amazon Prime…

February Staff Pick | Giving Voice

We’re back with our Monthly Staff Pick, where we dive into the archive and select a film to share with you each month. This month’s pick is Giving Voice (Full Frame 2020) from Development Manager Leesa Moore. Leesa says, “I love this documentary because it shows how transformative the magic of words and performance can be. We long to feel connected to a greater community (both in the present or through our past), to be…


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Black Frame: New Voices of Documentary


In our most recent A&E IndieFilms Speakeasy conversation, acclaimed contemporary Black filmmakers discuss how they are moving the documentary form forward using new approaches, cinematic languages, and theory in their recent work.

In partnership with the Department of African & African American Studies at Duke University, this conversation is a part of Black Frame, a series of discussions, curriculum, and presentations with a focus solely on Black documentary filmmakers and their work.

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The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is a program of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University