WorldView and the CBA, together with PACMAS and a team of international documentary trainers are working to provide a unique documentary training opportunity taking place in Tonga. From the 21st – 31st October 2014 a course will be offered to selected digital filmmakers from Tonga, Samoa, Fiji, The Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu.
Netflix announced this week that it had picked up exclusive rights to WorldView-supported documentary Virunga. The award-winning film has been storming through the international festival circuit and receiving great critical acclaim, and the announcement comes with the news that the online viewing platform is pushing for more documentary content. Because of this, we thought we’d point
Indiewire has published a list of the Best Documentaries of 2014 so far, with WorldView-supported Virunga in the mix. Acknowledging that 2014 has been a fantastic year so far for non-fiction, Indiewire proves it with some great suggestions for everyone to watch. Virunga has been described as ‘a triumph‘, ‘gripping‘ and ‘one of the best
WorldView-supported Powerless will be in Indian cinemas on 22nd August. Find out more on the Powerless/Katiyabaaz Facebook page. The feature documentary, directed by Fahad Mustafa and Deepti Kakkar, is set in Kanpur, India’s former leather capital where blackouts frequently take up more of the time in some districts than hours of normal electrical service. That