The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, a program of the Center for Documentary Studies, is one of the world’s premiere showcases for nonfiction cinema.
Renowned for its film curation, support for artists, and vibrant atmosphere, Full Frame draws an international mix of 10,000-plus attendees to Durham every spring. Over four days, the Academy Award®–qualifying festival screens more than 70 films, hosts panels and parties, and fosters community among filmmakers, industry professionals and audience members.
Full Frame offers a limited number of fellowships to Duke undergraduates to participate in the event.
The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival returns to Durham on April 4-7, 2024.
Passes and ticket packages are now on sale. Visit fullframefest.org for more information.
The Full Frame Documentary Film Festival is a program of the Center for Documentary Studies and is produced in partnership with Duke’s Venue and Production Management.