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For as long as I can remember, I've been fascinated by the history of The Friars Club—the legendary showbiz haven where some of the biggest icons of
Changes in the media and the culture have brought about greater use of home movies in documentary today. We witness: a rise in appreciation of
Some of the most significant revolutions in the history of film and video have been sparked by the appearance of small and inexpensive camera—new
Almost every review I've seen of Stephanie Black's exceptionally moving 70- minute film concerning the labor abuses suffered by Jamaican men brought
For professional videographers who have followed the rapid evolution of the 8mm format from its humble home-cam­corder beginnings, it came as no
If 16mm film production once seemed threatened to near extinction by small format video (and in news gathering, at least, this is indeed a fait
The theory of documentary trickle-down holds that high technology may eventually dribble into the awaiting mouths of the hungry, but don't hold your
"'Tis the business of little minds to shrink," declared Tom Paine, extolling moral courage at the crux of the American revolt. If Paine were alive
On January 17, 1989, Kodak introduced four extended range motion picture films at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Los Angeles and