Full Frame Documentary Film Festival Announces Lineup — Exclusive

The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is announcing the line-up for its 22nd edition today, which will take place in Durham, North Carolina from April 4-7. The festival will kick things off with “American Factory,” the Sundance critical smash that was picked up by Netflix. The festival’s 2019 tribute will be given to the films’ co-directors, Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert, which includes a curated retrospective of the two collaborators’ body of work.

25 features will screen in competition in the New Docs category, along with 21 short films. Included in its competition line-up is the world premiere feature “The Watson’s Hotel.” There are also multiple North American premieres, including Iain Cunningham’s “Irene’s Ghost” and “Where We Belong” by Jacqueline Zünd. Plus, U.S. premieres include Tania Hernández Velasco’s “Titixe” and Alexander John Glustrom’s “Mossville: When Great Trees Fall.”

Competition films are eligible for juried awards offering
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