Simon Kilmurry

International Documentary Association

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Head of the International Documentary Association

Simon Kilmurry on KCRW

The Sundance film festival just ended, and the Oscars are coming up this Sunday. Filmmakers from across the world have been traveling to the U.S.

New visa rules make it tougher for foreign filmmakers to get into the US

The Sundance film festival just ended, and the Oscars are coming up this Sunday. Filmmakers from across the world have been traveling to the U.S.

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You could argue that this is the golden age of the documentary: there are more than ever, they’re better than ever and some of them even make money.

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You could argue that this is the golden age of the documentary: there are more than ever, they’re better than ever and some of them even make money.

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