Short Attention Span Cinema: Films from The New York Times’s Op-Docs 2013

Friday, March 15 - Thursday, May 30, 2013

A 12-week series of short documentaries from The Times’s new video initiative, playing before our regular features. Begun in November 2011, The New York Times’s Op-Docs series invites both renowned and emerging filmmakers to contribute new short opinion documentaries reflecting a wide range of styles and subject matter, including current affairs, contemporary life and historical subjects.

Films from The New York Times’s Op-Docs Through May 30 at IFC Center

Through Mar 14 SOLO PIANO – NYC, dir. Anthony Sherin

Mar 15-21 THE LONG WAIT, dir. Jason DaSilva

Mar 22-28 SODA BAN EXPLAINED, dir. Casey Neistat

Mar 29-Apr 4 ALLERGY TO ORIGINALITY, dir. Drew Christie

Apr 5-11 THE PUBLIC SQUARE, dir. Heidi Ewing, Rachel Grady

Apr 12-18 FORGOTTEN IN IRAQ, dir. Beth Murphy

Apr 19-25 BRONX OBAMA, dir. Ryan Murdock

Apr 26-May 2 TRUE BELIEVERS IN JUSTICE, dir. Dawn Porter

May 3-9 LULLABY, dir. Victor Kossakovsky

May 10-16 DEATH OF A PRISONER, dir. Laura Poitras

May 17-23 MAN WHO SELLS THE MOON, dir. Simon Ennis

May 24-30 DRONES FOR AMERICA!, dir. Drew Christie