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License to Operate: Former Los Angeles gang members come together to save lives

The documentary License to Operate introduces us to former Los Angeles gang members who were deadly enemies in their younger days but are now co-operating, through an organization called A Better LA,  to break a cycle of murder and retaliation that had lasted for decades. 309 more words

Liz Ferguson

Early in Lapland

Lapland is a gorgeous and fairly untouched part of the globe, near the top of the world, in Finland. These photos of early morning in Lapland are beautifully serene and full of poise. 7 more words


We are on day #27 of editing Eloy. I would say 90% of the shots are laid down on the timeline and no one has gone insane yet- haha thank you Jesus!  263 more words

Task 1- The historical development of documentary

key documentary filmmakers

Santiago Alverez is a cuban filmmaker that was born in 1919. He wrote and directed documentaries about Cuban and American culture. He invented the nervous montage technique using found footage of Hollywood movie clips, cartoons, and photographs and is a precursor of the modern video clip. 1,068 more words

Davis Attenborough

New Trailer for The Narwhal's Wake - Email Me for the link and password!

Hi everyone helping to Keep Narwhals Real!
We have a new trailer for the documentary film that we’ve put together but we can’t share it via social media, so if you’re interested in seeing it and sharing it with select friends, please message me directly and I can send you the link and the password. 55 more words

Keep Narwhals Real!