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A review of 'Documenting the Documentary'
Tell Me Something: Documentary Filmmakers Edited by Jessica EdwardsPublished by Film First Co.Designed by Philipp Hubert, Visiotypen128 pages$40 Most
A review of 'Ferocious Reality: Documentary According to Werner Herzog'
A review of 'First Cut 2: More Conversations with Film Editors,' by Gabriella Oldham.
The construction of subjectivity in first-person documentary is given serious consideration in The Cinema of Me: The Self and Subjectivity in First
A review of the new book from Jeffrey Friedman, Rob Epstein and Sharon Wood.
The Feeling of Being There: A Filmmaker's Memoir By Richard Leacock Edited by Valerie LaLonde Semeion Editions, 2011: 357 pages with black and white
A review of the book 'Cinema’s Alchemist: The Films of Peter Forgaćs'
During the 2022 Academy Awards season, now overshadowed by the infamous slap, an Indian film became the first documentary from the country to get a
Kill the Documentary is a brilliant, angry book. An honest book. A brave book. Guggenheim Fellow and award-winning filmmaker Jill Godmilow has written a stirring call to arms in a form she calls “a letter.” I rather agree with Bill Nichols, who writes in the foreword that he prefers to call it “a manifesto.”