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Latest news from Dogwoof Sales
The heartwarming and hilarious Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle has been nominated for Best Documentary at Spain's annual Goya Awards.
The film featuring the long-lost footage of the Beales of Grey Gardens, That Summer, has its international premiere at Germany's annual Berlinale.
Matthew Heineman's critically acclaimed City of Ghosts has been nominated for a prestigious PGA award.
Three of our most hotly anticipated films make their debut at one of the year's biggest film festivals, Sundance.
A full house at last night’s world premiere of at Amsterdam’s IDFA followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.
The nominations for the prestigious Spirit Awards, honouring independent filmmakers’ accomplishments, were announced this week.
Following its world premiere at LFF last month, the jury selected the feature over seven films in the ‘Metropolis Competition’ section.
We're pleased to announce that our newest acquisition, The Deminer, has its world premiere at Amsterdam's annual IDFA.
Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex, Fashion & Disco, Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle and The Work feature in this year's lineup of films.
We're thrilled to share the list of Dogwoof docs recognised in this year's round of Cinema Eye Honors nominations.
Both Dina and City of Ghosts have landed a nomination for Best Picture at this year's IDA awards.
We're proud to announce our latest acquisition Rasmus Dinesen’s archive documentary feature john + björn.
Celebrating the best in film, the renowned IFP Gotham Awards has nominated The Work for their Best Documentary award for 2017.
Our latest acquisition is the Untitled Ballet Doc produced by Emmy-winning Elisabeth Moss and directed by Steven Cantor.
Realscreen has selected the raw and powerful film, The Work, and the quietly poetic movie, The Departure, for their bi-annual MIP picks list.
We've got a ensemble of festival screenings on the way with six films at three countries over twenty-five days.
Set for its world premiere at BFI London Film Festival learn more about our latest film and our full line-up at the festival.
City of Ghosts and Dina are among the 15 titles selected to be part of the prestigious 2017 DOC NYC Shortlist.
Mountain becomes the most successful doc of the year so far and the highest grossing non-IMAX doc of the year, local or international.
Three Dogwoof films have been nominated for this year's prestigious British Documentary Awards, also known as The Griersons.
Dogwoof's latest acquisition features a who's who of the 1990s fashion world and never-before-seen footage shot by Kevyn himself.
Mountain and The Work will be making their asian premieres at the prestigious Busan International Film Festival.
Dogwoof’s newest acquisition is Goran Hugo Olsson’s latest feature on Big Edie and Little Edie of Grey Gardens, That Summer.
Portraying a country mired in cyclical wars, This is Congo has its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival.
A phenomenal nine Dogwoof documentaries have made their way into the annual international festival in Australia.
A trio of our top titles will be making an appearance at the UK's prestigious BFI London Film Festival. From 4 to 15 October the city is home to 243 features from 67 countries over the 12 days.
Mountain and Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle join the line up at this year's festival in Spain as San Sebastian hosts the city's 65th film festival.