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In November 2020, a group of filmmakers met via a Directors Guild of America Zoom panel to discuss a harrowing commonality: missing films. On this
Wesleyan University is a liberal arts college located in Middletown, Connecticut. Founded in 1831, Wesleyan is a school “where critical thinking and
After living in relative captivity for more than a year, sharing our work lives through the flatness of Zoom meetings and events, and talking actively
Filmmaker Greg Barker began working as a freelance journalist in news and international conflict for CNN, covering Yugoslavia and issues in the Middle
By Caty Borum Chattoo & Will Jenkins, Center for Media & Social Impact When Movies Go to Washington: Documentary Films & Public Policy in the United
With the US Presidential Inauguration only a few days earlier, this year's Realscreen Summit was bound to hit on some related topics. After all, as
Editor's Note: The following is a keynote address that Marcia Smith of Firelight Media delivered at IDA's Getting Real conference last September
The Israel Broadcasting Authority , the state’s longtime public broadcasting network, was scheduled to close this coming fall, making way for an
By Belinda Baldwin and Robert Bahar It was during the height of America's post-war optimism when Richard Griffith, the American film historian who
With the popularity of Fahrenheit 9/11 and Super Size Me , it would be understandable for documentarians to think that in order to have a successful