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With the recent explosion of non-fiction series, what opportunities do they represent for documentary filmmakers? Do these programs signal the latest
In the ever-changing, fast-moving world of cable and internet distribution, the vast range of choices and models presents an intimidating challenge to
With the recent explosion of different viewing platforms, Doc U turns its attention to the fundamental question: "What is the place of theatrical
You're proud of your film. But who will buy it? How will you sell it? What will you charge for it? And how in the world do you handle a negotiation
DVD sales are setting records above and beyond any set by VHS sales or even rentals. How does this phenomenon affect documentary film? As of yet, it's
Neither a production company nor a distributor, Working Films , the North Carolina-based nonprofit, brings media activists, educators, community
When was the last time a documentary inspired Americans to throw 3,000 viewing parties for nearly 100,000 people, making $850,000 in the first three
A review of Jeffrey Ruoff's 'Coming Soon to to a Festival Near You: Programming Film Festivals'
Film festivals are arguably the most important springboards for documentaries. It is of paramount importance to make the most of not only your film's
Being a judge this year on the IDA, Directors Guild of America (DGA) and Oscar Documentary committees, I got to see a large number of films. There are