Articles Tagged Documentary
Film critic Evan Crean reviews Eric Stange’s documentary <em>Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive</em>, which screened at IFFBoston 2017.
Over the years many labs and funds have been established to help documentary filmmakers hone the necessary skills and provide access to the resources (money) to navigate the obstacles associated with bringing a film from idea to distribution.
A new look at prolific yet largely unknown British filmmaker Marc Karlin’s contribution to experimental film, including some of his most powerful works from the 1970s and ’80s and why they remain just as relevant today.
Now I Know is an ongoing series in which independent filmmakers share solutions to hurdles they’ve encountered while transforming an idea into an independent film. This includes all aspects of the transformation, including pre-production, production, post-production, and distribution. Here, filmmaker Reshel Shah Kapoor talks about what she learned about getting her work into festivals.
Filmmaker Søren Sørensen recounts what prompted him to explore the Vietnam War’s impacts on his father, other veterans, and us all.