Joe Kim, from the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival, is curating this great line up of films (and a K-Pop dance party!) at the Philadelphia Museum of Art over the next month. 542 more words
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Manohla Dargis reviews Raoul Peck’s documentary ‘Fatal Assistance,’ About Relief Efforts in Haiti, for The New York Times.
Good intentions and billions of promised dollars only go so far. 859 more words
For decades, a group of men with intellectual disabilities seemed happy living in a small Iowa town. Then their neighbors found out the truth.
The Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability and the EDGES Research Collaborative invite you to join this informal workshop, led by Crystal Tremblay, Jonathan Taggart and Nathan Bennett, who will share their experiences in using video and photography in their research with local and international communities. 50 more words
People have asked me what we need for Horses and Heroes. What they are really asking is how would helping us benefit them. The answer is very simple. 556 more words
The Miami Mirror is a documentary film collective being started by Ani Mercedes, and is a subchapter of Indie Film Club Miami.
The Miami Mirror is a home for documentary filmmakers – both brand new to film and seasoned veterans – who live in, love, and work in South Florida, to use the power of documentary film to inspire our community to reflect on its past narrative, engage in its present story, and aspire towards its future potential.