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The Whole World's a Stage Sep/Oct 2005
We look at how an educational context is utilized in innovative ways--whether for documentary purposes or as the subject for documentary exploration.
- In recent years, Asian-American cinema has enjoyed a mini-boom, with both dramatic films and documentaries by and about Asian-Americans earning big
- Back in the good old days, productions were like families. People joined together with a common goal--to make a film--and they worked hard to make
- I first saw Ricky Leacock and Joyce Chopra's Happy Mother's Day in 1964 as an undergraduate at the University of Chicago. It showed me the direction
- New to documentaries? After this summer's slate of high profile doc releases like Rize , Mad Hot Ballroom and Murderball , many cineastes are finding
- We are pulling this article from the archive to promote our upcoming Doc U: Shooting Overseas: Making Your Doc on Foreign Soil at the AFCI Locations
- In July 2002, John and Janet Pierson and their two children packed their bags and moved to Taveuni, a remote Fijian island. Eleven months later, they
- Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church wasn't your typical venue for a screening of short student documentaries. Then again, the East Austin Stories
- As independent documentary filmmakers go, I am a lucky man. Consider, for example, my latest project for the European TV Channel ZDF/ARTE: I was
- September means back to school, and MTVN's Logo and the Sundance Channel are no exception. TransGeneration , which premieres September 20 on the
- Amidst the announcement of the line-up of the 58th Cannes Film Festival, Thierry Frémaux, the event's artistic director, used ambiguous language to
- The Robert Flaherty Film Seminar, launched in 1955 by Frances Flaherty, four years after the passing of her legendary husband, has for the past 50
- It took Susan Lacy over a decade of dogged pursuit, but on September 26 and 27, she will finally realize her dream when PBS airs No Direction Home:
- State penitentiaries and inner-city schools are not usually the first venues that come to mind when one thinks about going to see moving productions
- On DocuWeek 2005...
- Dear Readers, September means renewal--returning from a summer vacation or retreat, launching a new season, going back to school. While this issue is