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The Brattle is pleased to welcome back this acclaimed documentary screening series in 2011! The DocYard returns to screen more award-winning docs and host Q&A’s with visiting filmmakers. Every other Tuesday through the end of April!
(2010) Directed by Janus Metz [100 min]
Directed by Danish filmmaker Janus Metz, ARMADILLO journeys to a UK-Danish military base in Afghanistan. Metz follows the soldiers in their peace-keeping mission in the region, and discovers the real tensions that such missions inspire. This must-see documentary takes you to the front lines of “peace-keeping” to show you the battles soldiers wage there.
Grand Prize Semaine de la Critique, Cannes 2010
Official Selection Cannes Film Festival
Official Selection DOC NYC
“Quite simply the most tactile, intimate and compelling war documentary ever made… An incredibly powerful, nuanced and well crafted piece of work.” – Todd Brown, TwitchFilm.com
About The DocYard:
For decades, Boston has been a center for documentary filmmaking. It is a place where students come to learn and experiment, where some of documentary’s giants are teaching and creating new work, and where the craft is continuously nurtured and expanded. Today’s filmmakers are breaking new ground that has its foundation, more often than not, in Boston’s rich documentary legacy.
Celebrating what is innovative, interesting, and inspiring in documentary, The DocYard is a bi-weekly film and discussion series at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge. Every other Tuesday from February through April, we will gather together to be introduced to films and filmmakers and connect with one another.
Our goal is to grow a vibrant, creative community for Boston’s filmmakers, film students and film lovers through each of these special events.
Check out The DocYard website for complete schedule and additional information.