2020 Festival Alums Streaming Now!

Last updated: 10/13/2020 Our programming team curates an exceptional selection of non-fiction films each festival year, and 2020 was no different despite the in-person event’s cancelation. While we couldn’t gather together to watch these films in downtown Durham earlier this year, many of the selections are now available to stream. We hope our audiences will enjoy exploring these titles. We’ll be sure to keep this list updated as more festival films are released. Looking for…

2020 School of Doc Films Now Available to Screen!

Did you miss the 2020 School of Doc Virtual Showcase in September? Well, all of the excellent films created by this year’s talented group of young filmmakers are now available on our Vimeo page! After watching their films, be sure to check-out their Q&A, where the students discussed their experience making a short documentary film on their own during the pandemic. 2020 School of Doc Films



FREE | OCT. 21 | 3 PM (EST) | OPEN TO ALL!

In this session, the facilitator and participants will delve deeper into the ways in which documentary can be used as a tool to foster student empathy. The facilitator and supporting educators will share their experiences in using documentary – with its predominant focus on individuals and specific historical moments rather than themes or broad strokes – to offer students a different perspective than they might find in textbooks, novels, internet resources, or other resources.

RSVP to this and all upcoming Teach the Teachers professional development sessions here.

Catch-up on previous Teach the Teacher sessions by visiting the Teach the Teacher webpage.

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