Join us on Facebook Live Wedneday, October 28th at 3:00 – 3:45 pm ET / 2:00 – 2:45pm CT as the next stop on the virtual DOC NYC Road Trip. The series was created to check in with filmmaking hubs across the country. Host Thom Powers will talk with filmmakers, programmers, and filmmaking advocates as they share documentary news and preview some of DOC NYC’s 2020 slate.
Year after year, IDA brings together both films and their creators to industry insiders and film enthusiasts throughout the fall season. This year, IDA's curated collection of the most acclaimed documentary film is going online! 2020 will showcase 35 documentaries from October to January. This year’s Screening Series includes 16 projects by BIPOC filmmakers, 20 by women-identified filmmakers, and 11 by filmmakers from our international community.
The Digital 2020-2021 Screening Series:
Since 1966, Kartemquin has prided itself on cultivating "a collaborative community that empowers documentary makers who create stories that foster a more engaged and just society." In that time, we have championed the making of documentaries that examine and critique society through the stories of real people.
Dear Kartemquin Community,
We wanted to reach out during this challenging, uncertain moment and share how Kartemquin is responding to COVID-19 — the current impact on our work and the anticipated after effects.
Kartemquin is honored to be a part of 'Collectively' at the Margaret Mead Film Festival October 18-20, at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. The program will bring together three American collectives: Kartemquin Films, Appalshop, and Pacific Islanders in Communication (PIC) for a conversation and screening series.
Kartemquin Films announced today the recipients of $150,000 in grants at the 2018 Kartemquin Films Empowering Truth Benefit Luncheon at the Union League Club of Chicago.