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Leo Brady reviews "A Kid Like Jake" and "The Gospel According to Andre" on AMovieGuy.com


It feels good to know a movie as caring and understanding as A Kid Like Jake is out there in the universe for families to experience. 284 more words



So this was a first attempt at documentary filmmaking.


Make a Splash this Summer with these 4 Documentary Storytelling Tips

Documentary films can help propel a cause, business, or nonprofit organization, and their success is proven by the genre’s growing online popularity. Thanks to streaming services like Netflix, movie watchers are becoming more intrigued with this type of filmmaking and spend increasing hours online watching films that follow this style. 543 more words

Big Mistake A Director Can Make On Their First Feature Film by Matthew Miele

(Watch the video interview on Youtube here)

ALWAYS AT THE CARLYLE, a documentary about the famed hotel on Madison Ave released in New York on May 11th and Los Angeles on May 18th with additional cities to follow. 163 more words


Editing a Documentary

Editing a Documentary may well be the hardest thing I have ever had todo. We knew after all the turmoil and stress of even finding a documentary topic that we would have tight turnaround on the edit. 629 more words

Harun Farocki: “What Ought to be Done”

Image: Harun Farocki, Inextinguishable Fire, 1969. Film still. See more here.

“The Harun Farocki Institut, in collaboration with Motto Books, has republished a 1975 pamphlet written by… 261 more words


4 Top Lessons From Raising A Million Dollars For A Movie by Darroch Greer and Ron King

Film Courage: The budget was in the end a million?

Darroch Greer, co-filmmaker of THE MILLIONARIES’ UNIT: Yes, in the end it was a million dollars. 629 more words