9.2.b.3 Documentary Film Festivals

 

Cheung, Tit Leung (2012). “Extending the Local: Documentory Film Festivals in East Asia as Sites of Connection and Communication.” PhD Thesis. Hong Kong: Lingnan University. (2012). <http://commons.ln.edu.hk/vs_etd/5/>. (13 Mar. 2014)

Davies, Lyell (2016). “Documentary Film Festivals and Ideological Transactions: Film Screening Sites at Hot Docs.” Canadian Journal of Film Studies | Revue Canadienne d’Études Cinématographiques  25:1 (2016): 88-100.

De Valck, Marijke, and Mimi Soeteman (2010). “‘And the Winner is…’: Looking Behind the Scenes of Film Festival Competitions.” International Journal of Cultural Studies 13:3 (2010): 290–307.

Drees, Anne (2013). “Dokumentarfilmfestivals: Orte, Ideen, Strategien.” Dokumentarfilm: Schulen – Projekte – Konzepte. Ed. Edmund Ballhaus. Berlin: Reimer. pp. 376–390.

Fischer, Alex (2012). “Hot Docs: A Prescription for Reality: An Interview with Sean Farnell, Former Director of Programming at Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival.” Film Festival Yearbook 4: Film Festivals and Activism. Eds. Dina Iordanova and Leshu Torchin. St Andrews: St Andrews Film Studies. pp. 225–234.

Gann, Jon (2012). “‘Mediate. Curate. Fascilitate.’: Sky Sitney, SILVERDOCS.” Behind the Screens: Programmers Reveal How Film Festivals Really Work. Washington, DC: Reel Plan Press. pp. 149–165.

Gehler, Fred, ed. (1998). Dialog mit einem Mythos: Ästhetische und politische Entwicklungen des Leipziger Dokumentarfilm-Festivals in vier Jahrzehnten. Leipzig: Leipziger Univ.-Verl.

Jelenković, Dunja (2016). “Politics, Ideology, and Programming Practices: How the Yugoslav Documentary and Short Film Festival Abandoned the Idea of Yugoslavia.” New Review of Film and Television Studies  14:1 (2016): 76–92.

Kötzing, Andreas (2004). Die Internationale Leipziger Dokumentar- und Kurzfilmwoche in den 1970er Jahren. Leipzig: Leipziger Univ.-Verlag.

Kötzing, Andreas (2007). “Zeigen oder nicht zeigen? Das ‘Prinzip der Selbstnominierung’ sozialistischer Filme auf der Leipziger Dokumentarfilmwoche.” Leinwand zwischen Tauwetter und Frost: Der osteuropäische Spiel- und Dokumentarfilm im Kalten Krieg. Ed. Lars Karl. Berlin: Metropol. pp. 299–316.

Kötzing, Andreas (2013). Kultur- und Filmpolitik im Kalten Krieg: Die Filmfestivals von Leipzig und Oberhausen in gesamtdeutscher Perspektive, 1954-1972. Göttingen: Wallstein.

Kötzing, Andreas, ed. (2014). ‘Die Sicherheit des Festivals ist zu gewährleisten!’: Kritische Jugend, die Leipziger Dokfilmwoche und das Ministerium für Staatssicherheit. Halle (Saale): Mitteldeutscher Verlag.

Martini, Heidi (2007). Dokumentarfilm-Festival Leipzig: Filme und Politik im Blick und Gegenblick. Berlin: DEFA-Stiftung.

Moine, Caroline (2003). “Le festival du film documentaire de Leipzig, un lieu d’échanges culturels international? Entre mythe et réalité.” Relations internationales 116 (2003): 559–571.

Moine, Caroline (2004). “Gone with the Eastern Wind: Glasnost in 1980s East European Film.” Film International 2:2 (2004): 6–13.

Moine, Caroline (2005). “Le fascisme ordinaire au festival de Leipzig: Documentaire et déstalinisation en RDA.” Caméra politique: Cinéma et stalinisme. Ed. Kristian Feigelson. Theorem 8. Paris: Presse Sorbonne nouvelle. pp. 228–239.

Moine, Caroline (2009). “Une Allemagne malgré tout? Le festival international du film documentaire de Leipzig, 1955-1990.” Une Europe malgré tout, 1945-1990: Contacts et réseaux culturels, intellectuels et scientifiques entre Européens dans la guerre froide. Eds. Antoine Fleury, and Lubor Jílek. Bruxelles; Berlin; Frankfurt/M: Lang. pp. 297–316.

Moine, Caroline (2014). Cinéma et guerre froide: Histoire du festival de films documentaires de Leipzig (1955-1990). [Cinema and Cold War: History of the Leipzig Documentary Film Festival (1955-1990).] Paris: Publications Sorbonne.

Nornes‌, Abé Mark (2014). “Yamagata–Asia–Europe: The International Film Festival Short Circuit.” The Oxford Handbook of Japanese Cinema. Ed. Daisuke Miyao. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 251–268.

Nornes, Abé Mark (2011). “Bulldozers, Bibles and Very Sharp Knives: The Chinese Independent Documentary Scene.” Film Festival Yearbook 3: Film Festivals and East Asia. Eds. Dina Iordanova, and Ruby Cheung. St. Andrews: St Andrews Film Studies. pp. 101–109.

Nornes, Abé Mark (2011). “Table 11: Documentary Film Festivals in Asia.” Film Festival Yearbook 3: Film Festivals and East Asia. Eds. Dina Iordanova, and Ruby Cheung. St. Andrews: St Andrews Film Studies. pp. 263.

Robbins, Papagena, and Viviane Saglier (2015). “Interview with Deirdre Haj, Director of Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.” Synoptique 3:2 (2015): 49–67. <http://synoptique.hybrid.concordia.ca/index.php/main/article/view/88>. (12 Mar. 2015)

Robbins, Papagena, and Viviane Saglier (2015). “Interview with Ezra Winton, Director of Programming at Cinema Politica.” Synoptique 3:2 (2015): 68–85. <http://synoptique.hybrid.concordia.ca/index.php/main/article/view/74/>. (12 Mar. 2015)

Russell, Catherine (2015). “DMZ International Documentary Film Festival: Film, Peace, and the Cold War Industry.” Synoptique 3:2 (2015): 86–92. <http://synoptique.hybrid.concordia.ca/index.php/main/article/view/84>. (12 Mar. 2015)

Roy, Carole (2012). “‘Why Don’t They Show those on TV?’: Documentary Film Festivals, Media and Community.” International Journal of Lifelong Education  31:3 (2012): 293–307.

Schenk, Ralf (2007). Bilder einer gespaltenen Welt: 50 Jahre Leipziger Dokumentar- und Animationsfilmfestival. Berlin: Bertz+Fischer.

Steinmetz, Rüdiger, and Hans-Jörg Stiehler (1997). Das Leipziger Dokfilm-Festival und sein Publikum: Eine Studie zu Image, Akzeptanz und Resonanz 1993-1996. Leipzig: Leipziger Univ.-Verl.

Steinmetz, Rüdiger, Hans-Jörg Stiehler, and Johanna Wank (2007). Das Leipziger Dokfilm-Festival und sein Publikum II: Eine Nachfolge-Studie 2006 zu Image, Akzeptanz und Resonanz. Leipzig: Leipziger Univ.-Verlag.

Traunmüller, Simone (2013). “Der ethnographische Dokumentarfilm und seine Festivals.” Dokumentarfilm: Schulen – Projekte – Konzepte. Ed. Edmund Ballhaus. Berlin: Reimer. pp. 366–375.

Vallejo, Aida (2012). “Festivales de cine documental: Redes de circulación cultural en el este del continente europeo. (Documentary Film Festivals: Networks of Cultural Circulation in the Eastern Part of Europe).” PhD Thesis. Madrid: Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Facultad de Folosofía y Letras.

Vallejo, Aida (2013). “Festivales temáticos y géneros cinematográficos: Del cine fantástico al documental contemporáneo.” [“Thematic Festivals and Film Genres. From Fantastic Film to Contemporary Documentary”.]. De cimientos y contrafuertes: El papel de los géneros en el cine Español. Eds. Julio Pérez Perucha, and Agustín Rubio Alcover. Bilbao. pp. 246–257.

Vallejo, Aida (2014). “Industry Sections: Documentary Film Festivals between Production and Distribution.” Filmove Festivaly | Film Festivals. Spec. Issue of Iluminace: časopis pro teorii, historii a estetiku filmu = Journal for Film Theory, History, and Aesthetics 26:1. Ed. Jindřiška Bláhová. Prague. pp. 65–81.

Vallejo, Aida (2015). “Documentary Filmmakers on the Circuit: A Festival Career from Czech Dream to Czech Peace.” Post-1990 Documentary: Reconfiguring Independence. Eds. Camille Deprez, and Judith Pernin. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. pp. 171–187.

Vallejo, Aida (2017). “Travelling the Circuit: A Multi-Sited Ethnography of Documentary Film Festivals in Europe.” Film Festivals and Anthropology. Eds. Aida Vallejo, and Maria-Paz Peirano. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 277–292.

Winton, Ezra (2013). “Hot Docs Turns Twenty.” Art Threat  Apr. 24, 2013. <http://artthreat.net/2013/04/hot-docs-2013/>. (12 May 2013)

Winton, Ezra (2013). “Good for the Heart and Soul, Good for Business: The Cultural Politics of Documentary at the Hot Docs Film Festival.” PhD Thesis. Ottawa, ON: Carleton University, Communication. (2013). <http://curve.carleton.ca/system/files/theses/27612.pdf>. (10 Mar. 2014)

Winton, Ezra, and Svetla Turnin (2017). “The Revolution Will Not Be Festivalized: Documentary Film Festivals and Activism.” Activist Film Festivals: Towards a Political Subject. Eds. Sonia M. Tascon, and Tyson Wils. London: intellect. pp. 81-103.

Yu, Tianqi (2014). “Going Global: Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival 2013.” Studies in Documentary Film  8:1 (2014): 76–79.

 

(Last updated: 26 July 2017)