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Gianfranco Rosi on How He Became a “One Man Crew” to Make ‘Notturno’

The Italian director discusses spending three years in war zones to capture the lives of ordinary people in the Middle East for his Oscar-hopeful: "I want to use documentary with the language of…

Oscars: Doc Nominees Take on New Importance in Trump Era

Nonfiction films from 'O.J.: Made in America' to '13th' turn a razor-sharp eye on figures and topics that still resonate.

Director of Oscar-Nominated Doc About Refugees on Trump’s Travel Ban: “What’s the Point of This?”

Gianfranco Rosi, the writer, director and producer of the Oscar-nominated 'Fire at Sea,' was among those protesting this weekend at LAX.

Critics’ Picks: The 10 Best Documentaries of the Year

THR's film critics rank the best non-fiction films of 2016, including a staggering look at race, murder and celebrity in L.A., a riveting portrait of a scandal-plagued politician and a disturbing…

Capri Hollywood Film Fest to Honor ‘Hacksaw Ridge’ Producer Bill Mechanic

The film, billed as Mel Gibson's comeback, returns to Italy after its world premiere to pick up an award for the man who put it all together.

‘Fire at Sea’ to Get Capri Fest’s European Movie of the Year Award

The Golden Bear-winning documentary on the refugee crisis, Italy's official submission for the foreign-language film Oscar race, picks up another honor.

Oscars: Italy Selects ‘Fire at Sea’ for Foreign-Language Category

The country has chosen the Berlin Golden Bear winner as its entry.

European Film Awards: Berlin Winner ‘Fire at Sea’ Makes Documentary Shortlist

The film, about the European refugee crisis, goes up against an eclectic mix of personal and political non-fiction.

Berlin Winner ‘Fire at Sea’ Nabbed by Kino Lorber for North America

Meryl Streep, president of this year's Berlin competition jury, called Rosi's film "urgent, imaginative and necessary."

‘Fire at Sea’ (‘Fuocoammare’): Berlin Review

Life on the Italian island of Lampedusa is shaken by waves of migrants in Gianfranco Rosi's documentary.