Gordon will also present a masterclass on documentary filmmaking ethics at the Arkansas-based festival, which runs October 10-19 and is the oldest all-documentary film festival in North America. Multiple Kartemquin films will also screen at the festival.
A Good Man is being featured in two different divisions of the New Zealand Interntional Film Festival. Click here to obtain more specifics on the screenings from the festival's website. This is the film's New Zealand debut.
Following a masters class with Bill T. Jones earlier in the week, A Good Man will screen at the National Museum of Dance. Admission for non-members if $5. Read more about this event (and others offered at the National Museum of Dance) here.
As part of their regularly scheduled film series showcase, the Cotuit Center for the Arts will be featuring a screening of A Good Man. The price is $12 ($10 for members). Click here for more information on this event and others.