September 15, 2008
Archival Storytelling , released this month through Focal Press, addresses one of the most challenging issues facing filmmakers today: the use of
September 1, 2008
Political conventions are a natural subject for documentarians. High stakes, inherent drama and charismatic characters are just a few of the
The Chicago Tribune approached filmmaker Steve James and Peter Gilbert to document an investigation into a death penalty case. But the filmmakers found a more compelling story within that case.
July 1, 2007
We are pulling this article from the archive to promote our upcoming Doc U: Shooting Overseas: Making Your Doc on Foreign Soil at the AFCI Locations
March 24, 2008
It read like a Hollywood script. One day, an unassuming black teenager is picked up off the streets of Winston-Salem, North Carolina by policemen
February 28, 2008
A proposal for a European Best Practice on Fair Use in Documentaries.