The power of the people resonates strongly in We Are Many. This long gestating—and long shelved—doc from director Amir Amirani chronicles the global protests against the USA’s invasion of Iraq. We Are
Pete Souza, the protagonist of The Way I See It, surely practiced his craft that way for 40 years. The White House photographer for Ronald Reagan in the Eighties and Barack Obama
Becoming (USA, 89 min.) Dir. Nadia Hallgren Is it time to crown Michelle Obama the First Lady of Documentary? After lending her mojo as executive producer to great docs like Crip Camp and last
The Final Year (USA, 89 min.) Dir. Greg Barker Don’t let The Final Year get you down. See it as an optimistic reminder of goodwill, rather than a tragic portrait of
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Saltzman journeyed with her filmmaker father, Paul, to Sundance for his premiere screening of the feature doc Prom Night in Mississippi. She reports about Park City, Obama, tourism and political cinema.