Magazine article Screen International

NYFF Unveils Doc Programme

Magazine article Screen International

NYFF Unveils Doc Programme

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Poitras, winner of this year's best documentary Oscar for Citizenfour, will preview the Julian Assange series Asylum.

Wiseman's 40th documentary feature In Jackson Heights (pictured) profiles the culturally diverse New York neighbourhood caught in the midst of economic development.

In Fish Tail, Pinto and husband Leonel document the artisanal work of small-scale fishermen in the Azorean island of Rabo de Peixe. Salles' Jia Zhangke, A Guy From Fenyang profiles the Chinese director as he revisits his hometown.

Spotlight on Documentary line-up:

Everything Is Copy (USA), Jacob Bernstein

World Premiere

Field Of Vision: New Episodic Nonfiction (USA-Germany), Laura Poitras

World Premiere

Fish Tail (Rabo de Peixe) (Portugal), Joaquim Pinto and Nuno Leonel

North American premiere

Homeland (Iraq Year Zero) (Iraq-France), Abbas Fahdel,

Part 1: Before The Fall

Part 2: AfterThe Battle

North American Premiere

Immigration Battle (USA), Michael Camerini and Shari Robertson

World Premiere

Ingrid Bergman In Her Own Words (Sweden), Stig Björkman

In Jackson Heights (USA), Frederick Wiseman

Jia Zhangke, A Guy from Fenyang (Brazil-France), Walter Salles

North American Premiere

Rebel Citizen (USA), Pamela Yates

World Premiere

Troublemakers: The Story Of Land Art (USA), James Crump

We Are Alive (On Est Vivants) (France-Belgium), Carmen Castillo

North American Premiere

The Witness (USA), James Solomon

World Premiere. …

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