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Nat Geo Thinks and Acts Globally December 2003

In this issue, we talk about the prospects for television and whether the great box office boom bodes well for streamlining the process for broadcasters and filmmakers.

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Features

  • Why Do You Want to Make This Documentary? The Answer is Within

    In the journey from idea to premiere screening or...
  • Docs Run Long in Toronto

    The 2003 Toronto International Film Festival
  • Meanwhile, Back in the Jungle: Nat Geo's 'Explorer' Adapts, Survives on the Cable Landscape

    One of the longest running series on cable...
  • Cablers Take Docs to the Movies

    Earlier this year Discovery Channel announced a...
  • Roxie Releasing Has That Arthouse Moxie

    The Roxie Cinema sits in the heart of San...
  • First Run/Icarus Rising: A Quarter-Century of Distribution

    The year was 1978. The music was disco, the...
  • AppalaChina: Kentucky Meets Kunming in International Filmmakers' Exchange

    In March 2003, as we began screening...
  • Cuban Reels: A Diary from the First International Festival of No-Budget Cinema

    I am not a filmmaker. I don't even play one on TV...