IDA's Silver Anniversary Saluting the 25 Best Docs
IDA's Silver Anniversary: Saluting the 25 Best Docs!
Plus: Perspectives from Sheila Nevins, Ted Leonsis, Cara Mertes, Ally Derks, Steven Okazaki, Scott Foundas, Emanual Levy, Stephen Farber, Kenneth Turan, Sheila Benson, Claudia Puig, John Anderson, David D'Arcy and more! 'The River' Runs Through It: Pare Lorentz's Legacy
As part of IDA's 25th Anniversary celebration, writers David Ehrenstein and Bill Reed dusted off a piece they had written about 'Roger & Me' for Documentary magazine in 1990, and reworked it for the November-December 2007 issue.
As part of IDA's 25th Anniversary celebration, film critic Claudia Puig writes about Davis Guggenheim's 'An Inconvenient Truth,' which ended up in the #6 slot in IDA's Top 25, as chosen by the IDA membership.
As part of IDA's 25th Anniversary celebration, film critic Emanuel Levy writes an essay about Errol Morris' 'The Thin Blue Line,' which came in at Number 2 in the Top 25 Poll, as voted for by the IDA Membership.