DOC NYC Documentary Film Festival Begins Wednesday, November 3rd, To Feature An Incredible Line-Up

The DOC NYC Documentary Film Festival is a new film festival in New York that celebrates storytelling, photography and other media in New York City. This year the festival will feature new films from filmmakers Errol Morris and Werner Herzog.

DOC NYC will also have a retrospective of the filmmaker Errol Morris featuring some of his films like A Brief History of Time, Gates of Heaven and The Thin Blue Line plus a Q&A with the documentarian.

The CriterionCast is proud to cover this festival for our readers in New York City. The festival starts on November 3rd and will run through November 9th. It will be spread throughout two theaters in New York City, The IFC Center and NYU Kimmel Center.

Some of these films are simply extraordinary, if you live in New York City, then I highly recommend that you check this film festival out.

For a complete list of films being showcased in the festival, go to DOCNYC.net


Schedule:

Wednesday, November 3rd
4:00 PM

State of the Industry (FREE PANEL)

90 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
7:00 PM

Cave of Forgotten Dreams (presented in 3-D)

Werner Herzog 2010  |  95 minutes
NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts Buy Tickets
Thursday, November 4th
4:00 PM

DOC NYU @ DOC NYC

120
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4:30 PM

In Conversation with Werner Herzog

Werner Herzog  |  90 minutes
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7:00 PM

The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan

Henry Corra 2010  |  88 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
7:00 PM

Darkness on the Edge of Town

Thom Zimny 2010  |  60 minutes
Ziegfeld Theatre (141 W 54th St) Buy Tickets
7:15 PM

Land of Silence and Darkness

Werner Herzog 1971  |  85 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
9:30 PM

Armadillo

Janus Metz 2010  |  101 minutes
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9:45 PM

Wings of Hope

Werner Herzog 1999  |  70 minutes
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Friday, November 5th
10:00 AM

Doc Convergence

IFC Center Buy Tickets
2:00 PM

Lon Chaney: A Thousand Faces

Kevin Brownlow 2000  |  85 minutes
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4:30 PM

Garbo

Kevin Brownlow, Christopher Bird 2005  |  85 minutes
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7:00 PM

Windfall

Laura Israel 2010  |  83 minutes
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7:00 PM

Lost Bohemia

Josef Birdman Astor 2010  |  77 minutes
NYU’s Kimmel Ctr. 4th Floor (Eisner Auditorium) Buy Tickets
7:15 PM

Gates of Heaven

Errol Morris 1978  |  85 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
9:30 PM

Kati with an I

Robert Greene 2010  |  85 minutes
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9:45 PM

mindFLUX

Ryan Kerrison 2010  |  55 minutes
NYU’s Kimmel Ctr. 4th Floor (Eisner Auditorium) Buy Tickets
9:45 PM

First Person

Errol Morris 2001  |  120
IFC Center Buy Tickets
11:59 PM

U2 3D

Catherine Owens, Mark Pellington 2008  |  85 minutes
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Saturday, November 6th
10:00 AM

State of the Art

IFC Center Buy Tickets
11:30 AM

Turtle: The Incredible Journey (presented in 3D)

Nick Stringer 2009  |  80 minutes
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1:45 PM

Mother of Rock: Lillian Roxon

Paul Clarke 2010  |  74 minutes
NYU’s Kimmel Ctr. 4th Floor (Eisner Auditorium) Buy Tickets
2:00 PM

ANPO: Art x War

Linda Hoaglund 2010  |  89 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
4:30 PM

Puppet

David Soll 2010  |  74 minutes
NYU’s Kimmel Ctr. 4th Floor (Eisner Auditorium) Buy Tickets
4:30 PM

A Brief History of Time

Errol Morris 1992  |  80 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
6:30 PM

My Best Fiend

Werner Herzog 1999  |  95 minutes
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7:00 PM

Discoveries of a Marionette

Bjarte Mørner Tveit 2009  |  73 minutes
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7:00 PM

To Be Heard

Roland Legiardi-Laura, Edwin Martinez, Deborah Shaffer, Amy Sultan 2010  |  84 minutes
NYU’s Kimmel Ctr. 4th Floor (Eisner Auditorium) Buy Tickets
9:00 PM

The Thin Blue Line

Errol Morris 1988  |  103 minutes
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9:30 PM

Five Weddings and a Felony

Josh Freed 2010  |  76 minutes
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9:45 PM

Ride, Rise, Roar

David Hillman Curtis 2010  |  87 minutes
NYU’s Kimmel Ctr. 4th Floor (Eisner Auditorium) Buy Tickets
11:59 PM

Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars: The Motion Picture

D.A. Pennebaker 1973  |  90 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
Sunday, November 7th
11:00 AM

Garbo

Kevin Brownlow, Christopher Bird 2005  |  85 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
1:00 PM

Pink Saris

Kim Longinotto 2010  |  96 minutes
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1:30 PM

Lost Souls & Light Matter – A Conversation with Lena Herzog

90 minutes
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1:45 PM

The Medium Formerly Known as Radio: The Evocative Power of Sound

Curated by Dean Olsher  |  90 minutes
NYU’s Kimmel Ctr. 4th Floor (Eisner Auditorium) Buy Tickets
3:00 PM

The Road to Carnegie Hall

Stephen Higgins 2010  |  66 minutes
NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts Buy Tickets
3:30 PM

Make Believe

J. Clay Tweel 2010  |  90 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
4:00 PM

Orphan Film Symposium on NYC

Curated by Dan Streible  |  90 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
4:00 PM

In Conversation with Errol Morris

Errol Morris  |  90 minutes
NYU’s Kimmel Ctr. 4th Floor (Eisner Auditorium) Buy Tickets
6:30 PM

It Happened Here

Kevin Brownlow, Andrew Mollo 1966  |  93 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
7:00 PM

Tabloid

Errol Morris 2010  |  87 minutes
NYU’s Skirball Center for the Performing Arts Buy Tickets
9:00 PM

Winstanley

Kevin Brownlow 1975  |  95 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
Monday, November 8th
11:15 AM

Pink Saris

Kim Longinotto 2010  |  96 minutes
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1:15 PM

Armadillo

Janus Metz 2010  |  101 minutes
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1:30 PM

Lost Bohemia

Josef Birdman Astor 2010  |  77 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
3:15 PM

Windfall

Laura Israel 2010  |  83 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
3:30 PM

mindFLUX

Ryan Kerrison 2010  |  55 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
5:30 PM

To Be Heard

Roland Legiardi-Laura, Edwin Martinez, Deborah Shaffer, Amy Sultan 2010  |  84 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
6:45 PM

Kati with an I

Robert Greene 2010  |  85 minutes
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8:00 PM

Double feature: I’m King Kong! The Exploits of Merian C. Cooper & The Tramp and the Dictator

Kevin Brownlow, Christopher Bird (I’M KING KONG!); Kevin Brownlow, Michael Kloft (THE TRAMP AND THE DICTATOR) 2005 (I’M KING KONG!); 2002 (THE TRAMP AND THE DICTATOR)  |  57 minutes (I’M KING KONG!); 55 minutes (THE TRAMP AND THE DICTATOR)
IFC Center Buy Tickets
Tuesday, November 9th
12:00 PM

ANPO: Art x War

Linda Hoaglund 2010  |  89 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
1:30 PM

Ride, Rise, Roar

David Hillman Curtis 2010  |  87 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
1:45 PM

Discoveries of a Marionette

Bjarte Mørner Tveit 2009  |  73 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
3:30 PM

Mother of Rock: Lillian Roxon

Paul Clarke 2010  |  74 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
3:45 PM

The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan

Henry Corra 2010  |  88 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
5:45 PM

Puppet

David Soll 2010  |  74 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
6:00 PM

Five Weddings and a Felony

Josh Freed 2010  |  76 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets
8:00 PM

Cecil B. DeMille: American Epic

Kevin Brownlow 2004  |  2 x 58 minutes
IFC Center Buy Tickets

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    International Feature Film Exhibition

    INDEPENDENT FILM – WORLD CINEMA

    Both U.S. and International
    Submissions must have a running time of 50 minutes or more. In order to
    qualify as a International Feature Film, the submitted project must be a
    work of either scripted or improvisational fiction.

    International Documentary Film Exhibition

    THOUGHT-PROVOKING AND ENLIGHTENING DOCUMENTARIES

    Both U.S. and International
    non-fiction films with a running time of 50 minutes or more are
    eligible for the Documentary Film Exhibition. While some dramatization
    is allowed, “mockumentaries” should be submitted to the Feature Film
    Exhibition.

    International Student Film Exhibition

    LAUNCHING STUDENTS CAREERS

    Both U.S. and International
    submissions of any narrative or documentary film that is 4 minutes or
    longer and its crew comprised of 50% or more students currently enrolled
    in school. Films can also be experimental.

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