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Women Working in Nonfiction Feb/Mar 2005
The doc community is one of the few in the media spectrum in which women play a prominent role. In this issue, we explore the significant and conspicuous dominance of women in docs.
- There are few places where a first-time filmmaker can receive the same warm welcome as, say, Richard Leacock, a pioneer of cinema vérité. There are
- "I went into documentaries because I wanted to make socially responsible movies. It was a way to use cinematography to make a statement about the
- I first met Michael Tucker at a RealScreen Summit, where we were both participating on a panel about producing and distributing DVDs. He had flown in
- Tell Them Who You Are , which will be released theatrically in April through THINKFilm, is a 95-minute summary of a personal journey for Mark S.
- A report on the latest in HD technology, circa 2004.
- Dear Readers, When we were planning an issue devoted to women in documentary, we were prompted first by an article that appeared in the January 2004
- Dear IDA Members, As this organization continues to grow, so does our need for more help. You may not be aware that we accomplish our programs and