MoMA’s Documentary Fortnight 2012 The Museum of Modern Art’s Documentaries Festival

Established in 2001, Documentary Fortnight is MoMA‘s annual two-week showcase of international nonfiction film and media. It takes place each February. The film selection includes features and shorts, covering a wide range of categories, broadening notions about the documentary form, examining relationships between contemporary art and nonfiction filmmaking, and reflecting on new areas of nonfiction practice.

The 2012 festival includes a retrospective of works from Paper Tiger Television’s 30 years of media activism, and a seminar on emergent forms of interactive narrative and nonlinear filmmaking that draw upon computer and Web-based media.

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