The Non-Fiction CartelOrganization in Boston, Massachusetts
Bright Lights first Documentary screening of the Spring season, the acclaimed One of Us, is next week - mark your calendar!
Congrats to the 2017 Camden Cartel Award Runners Up: Adam Khalil, Zack Khalil, and Jackson Polys for "The Violence of a Civilization without Secrets" being accepted into Sundance!
Unable to make it to Park City in January? Check out the short here: https://vimeo.com/217732304
Unable to spend last night watching Monkey's and Cat's? Never fear, Eleanor Mortimer's "Territory" - programmed by us for the Emerson College Bright Lights Film Series is available online. Watch it here:
Tonight come and spend some time with animals! Monkey's and Cat's, that is. Feature documentary Kedi is being paired with Eleanor Mortimer's "Territory":
The rock of Gibraltar is shared by two primate species.
The monkeys have populated the upper rock since before the British arrived, but now relationships between the two are becoming tense. The monkeys have no respect for the territorial boundaries drawn by the humans, and find our behaviour difficult to fathom in general…
Unable to make the screening of "Conditioned Response" last night? See it online here! Hope to see short documentary lovers out next Tuesday at Emerson College for the screening of Eleanor Mortimer's "Territory" before feature "Kedi".
Screening of Field of Vision's Conditioned Response before Whose Streets followed by a powerful discussion of policing in America. Proud to partner with Bright Lights curating short form documentaries before their feature program.
This Thursday at Emerson College The Non-Fiction Cartel is bringing you Field of Vision produced "Conditioned Response" by Craig Atkinson and Laura Hartrick before the must see "Whose Streets".
We are excited to announce a new partnership with the Bright Lights Film Series at Emerson. We are working in tandem to curate short form documentary films to play before the Bright Lights' feature documentary programming; and this all starts tomorrow!
Emerson Alumna Elaine McMillion Sheldon's short documentary Forager will play before Emerson College Faculty Paul Turano's Wander, Wonder, Wilderness. Come and explore urban wild's and hidden edible treasures with these two excellent films.
High temps, high turnout and a tight space for our NFC meeting this month. Good thing we all like each other. Here we are giving feedback on member Kori Feener's work-in-progress.
Congratulations to member Ben Pender-Cudlip who won the Doc-A-Chusetts film pitch for his new project Tethys. Look out for his work in progress!...
Thanks to the staff and Program Director Jeff Schmidt for the curation and hospitality. We had a blast!
Watch the short film here: https://www.facebook.com/AmericanExperiencePBS/videos/10155006361549122/
Boston friends, our dear friends The DocYard is starting their season with a bang. We are happy to be co-presenting this screening, and also the showing of our Camden Cartel Award Winner for Short film Good White People - a short film about gentrification.
The opening night film of their spring season will be O.J.: Made in America!
The DocYard presents the film in partnership with the Roxbury International Film Festival and UMB Film Series. Screening Jan 28-30 at the Brattle... Theatre, with 3 parts shown over 3 days and a marathon viewing on Jan 30. Director Ezra Edelman joins us Monday 1/30 at 7pm for post-film Q&A with Lisa Simmons of the Roxbury International Film Festival!
Tickets are $12 / $10 per screening or $25 to view the film as a 3-part marathon! Details and tickets here: ow.ly/gg9v307Lez2
Join and share the Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1620638651576619/
Much gratitude to all our panelists and for @NFCartel member Jessie Beers-Altman for her presence.
Boston Documentary Screening Calendar - Nov 2016
Created by Cartel member Kori Feener....
It's awful chilly lately, let's get warm at the movies?
See you at the cinemas, folks.