Docufiction Tag Archive

Documentary, Live Action

Jonas Bak Casts His Own Mother in Feature ‘Wood and Water’, a Spiritual Piece of Late-Life Slow Cinema

Jonas Bak describes how he wanted to faithfully tell his mother's story through both form and narrative for his debut feature film.

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Documentary

Charlotte Regan Pushes the Boundaries of Documentary in Vimeo Staff Pick Premiere Short ‘Drug Runner’

Dana Lockwood talks to dir. Charlotte Regan about conveying the perspective of personal reality in her docu-drama about a 15 year old cocaine dealer.

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Documentary, Live Action

Memories of a Beloved Shopping Trolley Chart the Bond of Friendship in Ruda Santos’ ‘Jabulani’

Ruda Santos shares how fond memories of a shopping trolley led to an endearing walk with friends down memory lane in docufiction short 'Jabulani'.

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Documentary, Live Action

The Lines of Reality & Fiction Blur in Dominique Van Olm’s Sibling Short ‘Little Brother’

DN speaks with Dominique Van Olm about documenting her brother's first trip to Toronto in form-bending narrative sibling documentary, 'Little Brother'.

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Documentary, Music

Documentary & Fiction Blur in Kimmo Films’ Day in the Life of a Thai Prostitute Music Video ‘Promises of

Nina Spiering and Mirka Duijn of Kimmo Films employ their documentary and drama experience to create a Docu-Fiction music video look at the life and hopes of a

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