Sat May 15 - Sun May 16, 2021

DocLands Documentary Film Festival

Presented by the California Film Institute, DocLands is a non-competitive, non-juried, inclusive festival that presents an overall Audience Choice award. It's dedicated to building connections and partnerships that will invigorate the business and art of nonfiction filmmaking. Through public screenings, engaged conversations and grassroots networking events, DocLands aims to build an active, involved and fully supportive community around documentary film. Its organizational goals include gender equality and zero waste.

Films in the 2021 Festival:

9 to 5: The Story of a Movement
9 Days in Raqqa
All Light, Everywhere
Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir
Bear-Like
Big vs Small
Can You Bring It: Bill T. Jones and D-Man in the Waters
Code Name: Nagasaki
The Crab Season
Crutch
End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock
Havana Libre
Inhabitants: An Indigenous Perspective
Karen Dalton: In My Own Time
Last Days at Paradise High
The Linesman
The Long Today
The Magnitude of All Things
The New Corporation: The Unforunately Necessary Sequel
No Ordinary Man
A Once and Future Peace
Playing with Sharks
Radiograph of a Family
Rita Moreno: just a Girl Who Decide to Go For It
Shaba
The Sparks Brothers
Summer of Soul (... Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)
The Time We Have Left
There Is a Place on Earth
Try Harder!
Understory: A Journey Through the Tongass
The Urchin Diver
The Water Walker
We the Power
Whales Whitout Walls
When I'm Her
Wood On Water
Youth v Gov

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DocLands showcases documentary film in a variety of genres and with a diversity of content, while exploring three main programming strands and highlighting films that transcend the traditional definition of the documentary--films that break form in terms of creativity and entertainment.

WonderLands will lift our spirits through stories of joy, wonder and possibility.

The Great Outdoors will transport us outside to truly appreciate, explore and ultimately compel us to save and conserve our environment and the wilds of our one precious and precarious planet.

Art of Impact will engage and spark action by sharing stories that open our eyes to the global community and its disparate cultures, politics, personal narratives and biographies.

We believe truth can be found in documentary film.

Watch. Wonder. Get Involved.
Presented by the California Film Institute, DocLands is a non-competitive, non-juried, inclusive festival that presents an overall Audience Choice award. It's dedicated to building connections and partnerships that will invigorate the business and art of nonfiction filmmaking. Through public screenings, engaged conversations and grassroots networking events, DocLands aims to build an active, involved and fully supportive community around documentary film. Its organizational goals include gender equality and zero waste.

Films in the 2021 Festival:

9 to 5: The Story of a Movement
9 Days in Raqqa
All Light, Everywhere
Amy Tan: Unintended Memoir
Bear-Like
Big vs Small
Can You Bring It: Bill T. Jones and D-Man in the Waters
Code Name: Nagasaki
The Crab Season
Crutch
End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock
Havana Libre
Inhabitants: An Indigenous Perspective
Karen Dalton: In My Own Time
Last Days at Paradise High
The Linesman
The Long Today
The Magnitude of All Things
The New Corporation: The Unforunately Necessary Sequel
No Ordinary Man
A Once and Future Peace
Playing with Sharks
Radiograph of a Family
Rita Moreno: just a Girl Who Decide to Go For It
Shaba
The Sparks Brothers
Summer of Soul (... Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised)
The Time We Have Left
There Is a Place on Earth
Try Harder!
Understory: A Journey Through the Tongass
The Urchin Diver
The Water Walker
We the Power
Whales Whitout Walls
When I'm Her
Wood On Water
Youth v Gov

~~~~~~~~

DocLands showcases documentary film in a variety of genres and with a diversity of content, while exploring three main programming strands and highlighting films that transcend the traditional definition of the documentary--films that break form in terms of creativity and entertainment.

WonderLands will lift our spirits through stories of joy, wonder and possibility.

The Great Outdoors will transport us outside to truly appreciate, explore and ultimately compel us to save and conserve our environment and the wilds of our one precious and precarious planet.

Art of Impact will engage and spark action by sharing stories that open our eyes to the global community and its disparate cultures, politics, personal narratives and biographies.

We believe truth can be found in documentary film.

Watch. Wonder. Get Involved.
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