Tuesday, December 10, 2013, 7:00PM
When it debuted at the 1967 New York Film Festival, Far from Vietnam started something of a mini-riot. Audiences decried it as Communist propaganda and even serious critics howled in protest. The first film made about the American intervention, and never released on home video, the film has been little seen, until now.
We are now accepting submissions for short and feature-length documentary films for the 13th annual DOXA Documentary Film Festival (May 2-11, 2014).
Please go to our Film Submissions page to review the guidelines and access the entry forms.