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Nonfiction Around the World Jul/Aug 2007

In this issue, we bring reports from far-flung places to help prepare you to film abroad.

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Features

  • The Squabble and the Penguin: Icy Relations and Lawsuits Over Credit for Oscar-Winning Doc

    'March of the Penguins' cinematographer fights...
  • Avoiding a Beijing Surprise: The Tao of Filming in China

    From Discovery Atlas: China Revelead , a project...
  • Amman with a Movie Camera: Teaching Documentary in Jordan

    Royal Film Comission students Haya Qbeilat (with...
  • All in the Film Family: A Personal Encounter with the National Film School of Denmark

    A filmmaker reflects on her experience at the...
  • Praise Free Women and Pass the Camera: Jennifer Fox on 'Flying'

    'Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman' is an epic...
  • Hiroshima, Mon Amour: 'White Light/Black Rain' Interviews Atomic Bomb Survivors

    From Steven Okazaki's White Light/Black Rain...
  • Kiwi Doc: Despite Challenges, Nonfiction is Thriving in New Zealand

    A selection of films from DOCNZ festival 2006...
  • The Insure Thing: Underwriting Filmmakers in Unstable Environments

    We are pulling this article from the archive to...
  • Spellbound: Four Stars-and a Rap on the Knuckles-to New Filmmaking Guide

    A review of 'The Documentary Film Makers Handbook'
  • Vilmos & Laszlo's Excellent Adventure

    Famed Cinematographers and Hungarian Emigres...