The Irish Film Institute has announced details of this year's Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Festival, which runs from September 26 to 29.
The 2013 programme includes 11 new features, world and Irish premieres, special guests, short film selections, discussions, workshops and masterclasses.
Among the documentaries screening are: The Great Hip Hop Hoax; heist story Smash & Grab; Irish directors John Murray and Emer Reynolds' Cuban Missile Crisis chronicle Here Was Cuba and Close to Evil, in which Irish filmmaker Gerry Gregg follows Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental as he tries to meet the 91-year-old woman who kept him prisoner at Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp.
For more, visit: www.ifi.ie/stf.
Festival Director Ross Whitaker said: "I'm delighted to be welcoming some of the best International and Irish documentaries to IFI Stranger Than Fiction Documentary Festival this year.
"It's exciting to be holding so many premieres and to be providing what might be in some cases a unique opportunity for cinema loving audiences to see some brilliant documentaries.
"I'm particularly delighted that so many of the filmmakers, both from Ireland and around the world, will be our guests at the IFI to discuss and contextualise their own work with our audiences."