The deadline to apply is February 25. Apply for Teach the Teachers Teach the Teachers is open to any middle or high school instructor within the Durham Public School system. The 2019 program will take place on the following dates: March 14: Pre-festival meeting (5:30 pm) April 4 – 7: Full Frame Documentary Film Festival Week of May 6: Post-festival meeting (afternoon) Since 2011, the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival has run the enormously successful free…
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Full Frame is proud to announce that it will honor distinguished filmmakers Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert with its 2019 Tribute. The festival will showcase a curated selection from their significant body of work at the 22nd annual festival, April 4 – 7 in Durham.
As part of the Tribute, Full Frame will screen Bognar and Reichert’s latest film, American Factory
美国工厂, winner of the U.S. Documentary Directing Award at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. With astonishing access, the film takes us inside a Chinese factory, opened in 2014 in a shuttered General Motors plant in Dayton, Ohio, to observe what happens when the profoundly different cultures of the workers collide. American Factory is a Participant Media production.
Bognar and Reichert have screened many of their films at Full Frame, from Picture Day (Bognar) and Growing Up Female (Reichert) to joint projects The Last Truck and 2006 Special Jury Award winner A Lion in the House. Together they curated the festival’s 2010 Thematic Program, “Chair-Making, Ship-Breaking, Pole-Dancing, Coal-Mining, Thread-Cutting, Cart-Pushing, Cane-Cutting, Chain-Forging: Films on Work & Labor,” which explored the labor movement, globalization, and the connection between work and identity. In 2012, Full Frame celebrated the 40th anniversary of New Day Films, a groundbreaking distribution company co-founded by Reichert in 1971, by screening the company’s very first documentaries by its four founding members, which are archived at the Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Duke University.