Mike Sullivan profiles Washington D.C. Filmmaker Daniel Lombroso on his path toward becoming a documentarian. Lombroso recounts the making of several documentaries including 2014’s Mountain of Servants and his most recent film, Church Militant: A Right Wing Empire in the Making. Lombroso is an Associate Video Producer for Atlantic Studios, the video division of The Atlantic magazine.
Film critic Evan Crean reviews Matthew Heineman’s documentary “City of Ghosts,” which screened at the 2017 Independent Film Festival Boston (IFFBoston).
Film critic Evan Crean reviews Jeremy S. Levine and Landon Van Soest’s documentary For Ahkeem, which screened at the 2017 Independent Film Festival Boston (IFFBoston).
Film critic Evan Crean reviews Eric Stange’s documentary <em>Edgar Allan Poe: Buried Alive</em>, which screened at IFFBoston 2017.
Film critic Kurt Brokaw offers his favorite picks for documentaries at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival—Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives, Frank Serpico, and Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story.
Kurt Brokaw reviews Jonathan Olshefski’s debut documentary “Quest”, a deeply personal and uplifting meditation on family love. The documentary debuted at Lincoln Center’s “New Directors/New Films” Festival which runs March 15-26.
“An educated black population could not be an enslaved black population,” Kimberlé Crenshaw, Executive Director of the African American Policy…
After attending a recent DocDay, ITV Fest, and Salem Film Fest, filmmaker Michele Meek shares her insights into some best practices to pitch your film to funders, distributors, and new fans.
Filmmaker Søren Sørensen recounts what prompted him to explore the Vietnam War’s impacts on his father, other veterans, and us all.