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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.

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  • 'Fahrenheit' Fallout? Cannes Competition Disses Docs

    Amidst the announcement of the line-up of the...