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documentary is never neutral

November 18, 2010


Very nice website: documentary is never neutral Working in documentary is a long and crazy road. Because we love you, we’ve assembled this for those of us trying to put it all together. The site is divided roughly into four areas that you can navigate to by the big squares up top: Theory, Friends, Examples, and Resources.   Advertisements

Ted Hughes & Leonard Baskin on film

October 26, 2010

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DocSpot: The Artist & The Poet (Leonard Baskin & Ted Hughes in Conversation) (PG*) 18:30 / + Q&A with Noel Chanan, poet Tom Paulin, Nicholas Penny (Director of the National Gallery), and Nicholas Spice (London Review of Books) 17 November 2010 Barbican, Cinema 1 In 1983 poet Ted Hughes and American printmaker and sculptor Leonard […]

Documentary-makers and ‘contempt of court’

August 21, 2010


A legal threat to two British independent film-makers seems inappropriate at best and intimidatory at worst. By David Gritten Published: 5:26PM BST 20 Aug 2010 It’s always chilling when we hear of documentary film-makers being threatened with legal action simply for doing their job. It’s doubly chilling when it happens here in Britain, rather than […]

South of the Border: reviewing the reviewers

August 21, 2010


Mark Weisbrot | Comment is free | Media coverage of the new Oliver Stone film displays just the kind of ignorance of US/Latin American relations it decries Mark Weisbrot, Friday 16 July 2010 14.02 BST