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The last few years have been deemed by many as the Golden Age of Documentaries, but for the majority working in the nonfiction landscape, it’s a
Driven by “fierce compassion—the kind where you will burst if you don’t do something about it,” this year’s IDA Amicus Award honoree, Regina K. Scully
Over the last several years, as sustainability has become a hot topic in the documentary community, we have seen the issue unfold in a number of ways
Long-term success in documentary-making is best supported by a good grasp of legal basics. This Legal Q&A answers one question: What are some of the
For the past 40 years, Icarus Films has been Jonathan Miller's vehicle for showing films that may not have found an audience any other way. If you
Based in Copenhagen and run jointly by Signe Byrge Sørensen, Anne Köhncke, Monica Hellström and Heidi Elise Christensen, Final Cut for Real is one of
"What was so unusual for the Women's Movement and filmmakers like myself," says Liane Brandon, recalling a period when both were just starting out,
Eddie Schmidt sits down with World of Wonder for a discussion on running a transatlantic production company, crossing genre boundaries, and managing the famous & infamous.
Diane Weyermann was recently appointed to the newly created position of Executive Vice President of Documentary Production at Participant Productions
On September 11 and the days that followed, New York-based documentary filmmakers responded in different ways—some recorded what they saw on video