Congratulations to all 30 of our clients with films screening at DOC NYC!

DOC NYC burst upon the scene in 2010 with an inaugural event that was hailed as “ambitious” (New York Times) and “selective but eclectic” (Village Voice). Based at the West Village’s IFC Center, Chelsea’s SVA Theater and Bow Tie Chelsea Cinema, the eight-day festival showcases new achievements in documentary film along with panels and conversations. 

This year’s festival runs from November 8th -15th! Buy tickets here

Behind the Curve – Dir. Daniel J. Clark

Bleed Out – Dir. Steve Burrows

Cracked Up – Dir. Michelle Esrick

Creating a Character: The Moni Yakim Legacy – Dir. Rauzar Alexander

Crime + Punishment – Dir. Stephen Maing

Echo in the Canyon – Dir. Andrew Slater

Emanuel – Dir. Brian Ivie

False Confessions – Dir. Katrine Philp

Fire on the Hill – Dir. Brett Fallentine

Free Solo – Dir. Elisabeth Chai Vsarhelyi and Jimmy Chin

Ghost Fleet – Dir. Shannon Service and Jeffrey Waldron

Hillbilly – Dir. Sally Rubin and Ashley York

I Used To Be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story – Dir. Jessica Leski

Jane Fonda in 5 Acts – Dir. Susan Lacy

Minding the Gap – Dir. Bing Liu

On Her Shoulders – Dir. Alexandria Bombach

Screwball – Dir. Billy Corben

See Know Evil – Dir. Charlie Curran

Shirkers – Dir. Sandi Tan

Sidelined – Dir. Galen Summer

The Biggest Little Farm – Dir. John Chester

The City That Sold America – Dir. Ky Dickens

The Great Mother – Dir. Dave LaMattina and Chad Walker

The Orange Years – Dir. Scott Barber and Adam Sweeney

The Show’s The Thing: The Legendary Promoters of Rock – Dir. Molly Bernstein and Philip Dolin 

The Smartest Kids in the World – Dir. Tracy Droz Tragos

This Changes Everything – Dir. Tom Donahue

What She Said – Dir. Rob Garver

Witkin & Witkin – Dir. Trisha Ziff

Won’t You Be My Neighbor – Dir. Morgan Neville