Dogwoof

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    Founded in 2003 by Andy Whittaker, Dogwoof is a London-based, documentary film company integrating production, world sales and UK distribution. Dogwoof has so far released 24 Oscar®-nominated documentaries, with four wins and an additional three BAFTA winners; notable titles include Oscar®-winning and BAFTA-winning Free Solo (the UK's highest grossing documentary of 2018), BAFTA-nominated Three Identical Strangers, Oscar®-nominated RBG, BAFTA-winning The Act of Killing and Blackfish. Releases for 2019 have included Marianne & Leonard, Oscar®-nominated Minding the Gap and Apollo 11 which is currently the UK’s highest grossing doc of the year. Dogwoof's TDog production investment fund has premiered two films in Sundance Film Festival - Westwood and Halston - with more in the production and post-production stage; the fund is focused on feature docs, docu-series, and remake rights, gearing up the company towards vertical integration.

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    Viral Dreams

    • Sagi Bornstein, Udi Nir
    • 2021

      Follow the journeys of 7 protagonists in their early 20's through a year like no other, in a bittersweet portrait of Gen Z and our new viral world.

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      Captains of Za'atari

      • Ali El-Arabi
      • 2021

        Two best friends Mahmoud and Fawzi, living in the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan, have an undying dream of becoming professional soccer players while facing the difficult reality of their lives.

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        Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, a Journey, a Song

        • Dan Geller, Dayna Goldfine
        • 2021

          A portrait of legendary singer and poet Leonard Cohen, centering on his best-known and most-covered song, “Hallelujah.” Cohen worked on the song for seven years—like the singer himself, it needed time to blossom.

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          We Were Once Kids

          • Eddie Martin
          • 2021

            We Were Once Kids is a strikingly personal, all access documentary about the real life individuals who inspired Larry Clark’s 1995 cult classic film Kids.

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            Sabaya

            • Hogir Hirori
            • 2021

              With just a mobile phone and a gun, Mahmud, Ziyad risk their lives trying to save Yazidi women and girls being held by ISIS as Sabaya (sex slaves) in the most dangerous camp in the Syria.

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              Ailey

              • Jamila Wignot
              • 2021

                Sensorial and archival-rich, AILEY captures the brilliant and enigmatic man who, when confronted by a world that refused to embrace him, was determined to build one that would.

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                Faceless

                • Jennifer Ngo
                • 2021

                  FACELESS is an intimate portrayal of four young protestors in Hong Kong struggling to protect their freedom and way of life under the shadow of authoritarianism.

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                  River

                  • Jennifer Peedom
                  • 2021

                    A cinematic and musical odyssey that explores the remarkable relationship between humans and rivers.

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                    The Story of Film: A New Generation

                    • Mark Cousins
                    • 2021

                      Examining the most powerful movie images of the last decade, filmmaker Mark Cousins updates his classic THE STORY OF FILM with A NEW GENERATION.

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                      Citizen Ashe

                      • Sam Pollard, Rex Miller
                      • 2021

                        CITIZEN ASHE tells the story of a champion athlete and the defining moments that led to his activism and his pursuit of social justice for all.

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                        Philly D.A.

                        • Ted Passon, Yoni Brook
                        • 2021

                          A groundbreaking documentary series embedded inside the shocking election and tumultuous first term of Larry Krasner.

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                          Seeds of Deceit

                          • Miriam Guttmann
                          • 2018

                            Fertility doctor Jan Karbaat helped dozens of women get pregnant. It was only after his death that they discovered how.

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                            McCurry: The Pursuit of Colour

                            • Denis Delestrac
                            • 2021

                              For the first time, celebrated American photographer Steve McCurry opens up about the stories behind his iconic images and reflects on the defining moments of his extraordinary career.

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                              The Gig Is Up

                              • Shannon Walsh
                              • 2021

                                A wide-ranging documentary about the gig economy, focusing on several self-employed people working for online platforms. Experts analyze how this system works. Have the limits been reached or breached?

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