- October 29, 2020At Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival , come for the recent festival winners that share a common DNA: investigative journalism. And stay for
- October 24, 2020By Julie Angell, Steven C. Beer & Neil J. Rosini
- August 26, 2020The most nerve-wracking sequence in David France’s Welcome to Chechnya is, without doubt, the rescue of Anya.
- August 18, 2020During this unprecedented period of the coronavirus pandemic, people have had to lean more and more on the use of technology for daily interactions
- June 30, 2020Cutting Class is a new column that focuses on a specific aspect of the post-production process—breaking down a scene editorially, and delving into
- June 5, 2020During this historic time, many of you are using your cameras to witness and capture unfolding events in hostile environments. Reporting in the US on
- 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 6, 2020Subpoenas demanding that documentary filmmakers reveal confidential sources, or disclose their outtakes, notes or other unpublished work product pose