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Television and its Involving Development

This week we looked at how to undergo ethnographic research, and the strengths and weaknesses that accompany involved audience research. “Ethnography is a qualitative orientation to research that emphasises the detailed observation of people in naturally occurring settings.” This form of research and discovery was new to me, to immerse yourself within your research to find what you may not have if otherwise. 640 more words


Chiefs place 13 on MiLB.com Top 30 Cardinals Prospects

On Wednesday MLB released the Cardinals top 30 prospects for MilbPipeline.com and the list is full of former Chiefs and likely future Chiefs. Of this top 30 list, 13 have already played in Peoria with six players wearing the Chiefs jersey in 2015. 651 more words

Two Documentaries: Moana with Sound (Robert Flaherty/Monica Flaherty, 1926/1980) and A Ballerina's Tale (Nelson George, 2015)

This is a big week for documentaries on Seattle Screens. The big name, of course is the new Frederick Wiseman film, In Jackson Heights which plays Friday through Thursday at the Northwest Film Forum. 1,577 more words

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Terry’s Picks: Moana, Lifetime Directors, Sundance Fellows

Moana with
Sound: November 13-19, Film Forum will screen a
newly restored version
of Robert Flaherty’s
groundbreaking 1926 documentary Moana.
Flaherty’s daughter Monica added sound 50 years later to this look at Samoan life. 45 more words

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Man with a Movie Camera and the Role of Film

Erik Barnouw asks the reader in his book Documentary: A History of the Non-Fiction Film to consider the visibility of the camera in Vertov’s Man with a Movie Camera. 855 more words

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