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- Who owns the images of our world? Where do ideas end and images begin? How can we both defend the freedoms and rights of filmmakers and encourage the
- Film History, An International Journal Volume 16, Number 1, 2004 Editor-in-Chief: Richard Kozarski Indiana University Press and John Libbey
- The 7th Annual Old Dominion University (ODU) Film and Video Festival, "Stranger than Fiction: Framing Reality in Film and Television," took place
- Springtime in Los Angeles...and what was blooming was film festivals. International Documentary managed to attend several of these first-year fests
- Like most film festivals, the San Francisco International Film Festival reflects the character of the city itself-sophisticated, eclectic,
- For the documentary community, the big news from the 2004 Cannes International Film Festival this past May would seem to be Michael Moore, right? The
- In the 1980s, with a global communications revolution raging in the cable television industry, everyone was keeping his or her eye on the year 1984.
- Since 1970, the giant screen 15/70mm IMAX format has provided a close-up and experiential view of nature's wonders. Historically, natural history and
- It is an ironic metaphor that the most recent giant screen film to be funded with a grant from the National Science Foundation and investment capital
- Deadline , which chronicles Illinois Governor George Ryan's decision in 2003 to give clemency to all Death Row inmates, is a breakthrough for an
- The crusade to bring nonfiction films to theaters may have just taken a giant leap forward. America’s Heart and Soul was scheduled to appear on
- On the mandated broadcast hour...
- "It seems to me that the natural world is the greatest source of excitement; the greatest source of visual beauty; the greatest source of
- It used to be that when you went to see a movie about Mars, you assumed it was science fiction. Tales of the red planet involved little green men,