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My documentary is still in the pre-production stages. I have an idea set (not quite in stone but almost) and I’m starting to get permission from various people to interview them and to film in different locations. 45 more words

Documentary Filmmaking

Joel Wicklund reviews and eulogizes "Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds" for Chicagoist

Unexpected death will, for a while, color anything related to the deceased. So the HBO documentary Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds will certainly have a very different, much more bittersweet flavor when it’s broadcast Saturday night than when it played at film festivals last year. 107 more words


Three new reviews from Pamela Powell on Reel Honest Reviews


Hungarian writer and director Kristof Deak’s short film “Sing” has been short-listed for the Academy Awards this year and with good reason.  This beautifully poignant film creates a rich and multi-layered story that captures your heart and gives you hope in our youth and community.   201 more words


How corporate film makers in Delhi are creating excellent works?

Corporate film makers in Delhi has got excellent creative skills in capturing real-life stories.  They also deal with the creation of promotional videos where corporate products are being marketed widely. 675 more words

Corporate Film Maker

Ava DuVernay is the first shared recipient of the CIFCC's Impact Award

On Wednesday, January 4th on WGN Radio’s “The Nick Digilio Show,” CIFCC co-director Don Shanahan announced the winners of the Trailblazer and Impact Awards for the first annual CIFCC Awards. 221 more words


Jason Coffman lists his honorable mentions, top documentaries, and special recognitions for 2016 on Medium

I’ve tried to post links to where films are available for purchase or online streaming and/or rental wherever possible, but there are so many VOD outlets that I’ve mostly just stuck with the major ones (Amazon, Google, iTunes). 41 more words


Visualising the Past: Visual Media in Archaeology Part 1 - Documentaries, Maps and Photos


  • In their 2006 paper, Dyke analyses 4 different types of using visual media in archaeological research:
    • Archaeological Documentaries.
    • Maps and Photographs.
    • Hypermedia and Experimental Video.
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