An Evening with NY Times Op-Docs
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Discover The New York Times’s Op-Docs, short opinion documentaries reflecting a wide range of styles and subjects, from contemporary life to historical themes. With special appearance by “Solo Piano -N. Y. C.” director Anthony Sherin, “The Long Wait” director Jason DaSilva, “True Believers in Justice” director Dawn Porter and “The War on Drugs Is a Failure” directors The Gregory Brothers.
“Lullaby” directed by Victor Kossakovsky
“The Long Wait” directed by Jason DaSilva*
“Solo Piano – N. Y. C.” directed by Anthony Sherin*
“True Believers in Justice” directed by Dawn Porter*
“Death of a Prisoner” directed by Laura Poitras
“Drones for America!” directed by Drew Christie
“The Man Who Sells the Moon” directed by Simon Ennis
“Branko: Return to Auschwitz” directed by Topaz Adizes
“The War on Drugs Is a Failure” directed by The Gregory Brothers*
*Filmmakers participating in the panel, which will be moderated by Jason Spingarn-Koff, Op-Docs series producer and curator.
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