- October 2, 2020On Day 3 of Getting Real ‘20 , we joined the breakout session “ Counteracting Extractive Storytelling In The American South And In Global Communities
- April 27, 2020As a graduate student at U.C. Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, I was required to take a class on law and ethics (students still are). As a
- March 29, 2019If news media is to be believed, America is currently besieged by a state of nearly intractable divisiveness that some believe may be signaling the
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A thirty-year veteran in the documentary field, Kirsten Johnson has received numerous accolades for her documentary films, Derrida, Darfur Now, Pray the Devil Back to Hell, and the widely acclaimed film Cameraperson. Johnson has worked with a wide range of...
- January 26, 2018For this column at least, January has become what I'll call "mental differentness" (as opposed to "illness" or "disability") month—a chance to
- October 18, 2017Editor's Note: Lauren Wissot had interviewed Sterlin Harjo for the article she wrote for the Fall 2017 issue, entitled " Whose Story? Five Doc-Makers
- September 28, 2017From Black Lives Matter to Standing Rock, the question of who has the "right" to tell a community’s story has been endlessly debated this year, with
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In this Master Class presented by Austin Film Society and IDA, Robert Greene (who is also the Filmmaker In Chief at the University of Missouri's Murray Center for Documentary Journalism), discusses documentary storytelling, filmmaking ethics, creating...