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Special Nature & Wildlife Issue August 2005
We follow the journey of filmmakers who willfully spend months out of the year in unforgiving conditions, observing and documenting the rituals and habits of exotic creatures.
- Every April, over 100,000 delegates converge on the Convention Center in Las Vegas for NAB (National Association of Broadcasters), the largest
- By Brigid Kelly and Thomas White When the Discovery Channel first launched in 1985 with 156,000 subscribers, the Cold War was in full bloom, Apple
- Also: Current Launches; NFB Teams with New Israeli Foundation for Cinema and Television; 'The Aristocrats'
- Remembered Earth is the eighth film that former TV news reporter/cinematographer John Grabowska has produced, written and directed for the National
- In a society where the disabled are often invisible or a source of pity or condescension, Murderball , a new film about quadriplegics playing
- On 'March of the Penguins.'
- "Telling Stories that change the world," emphatically defines the mission of GreenTreks Network, Inc. In partnership with KRCB Television 22 in
- Documentaries were front and center at the 48th San Francisco International Film Festival, which ran from April 21 to May 5, and included 35
- In North America, conversations about Brazil might center, depending upon one's particular bent, on the beauty of the beaches and the jungles of the
- INPUT 2005, which was hosted by ITVS in San Francisco this past May, took place in an atmosphere of creativity and crisis. INPUT is an annual movable
- On supporting PBS...