No offence, Pasquale, however I am travelling at the moment and not able to check emails so frequently. Not sure I can advise, but you can reach me on my D-Word email address
No offense taken at all. I didn't have anything else to add.
Hi John, Erica,
Thank you for your reply. I will contact John through the D-Word email address.
In reply to Niam Itani's post on Wed 9 Nov 2016:
Thank you, Niam!
In reply to Pasquale Iero's post on Sat 5 Nov 2016:
Pasquale, Not sure where you are doing your PhD, but in Oz any University student has access to the thesis data base. On there you will find Doctors of Creative arts - and in your case you will want thesis + film. In the appendices of the thesis you can possibly find what you are looking for. You need to contact the University Librarian and see what there is available. There are copyright issues. As others have said docos usually do not have scripts- mine will because it is an academic enterprise and also needs to be subtitled. hope this helps. judy
"Cameraperson," which is currently on Amazon Prime for anyone interested, is an absolutely fascinating doc for anyone interested in making documentary films. Essentially, it's a memoir of a documentary cinematographer told through the left over footage accumulated over her decades long career working on multiple films. Beyond being an emotionally powerful film, it's very informative and revealing to watch someone at work composing shots and interacting with subjects. It's a film I recommend all aspiring and professional documentarians should examine.
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In reply to Eric Robinson's post on Fri 3 Mar 2017:
Yes a much beloved film of the documentary film community.
Watched this new World War II documentary and was simply put blown away. Its short but unlike anything I have ever seen.
World War II: The Last Frontier (2017)
I watched the doc "Uncertain" last night. I really liked it. It has a really cool combination of character & location. I don't remember it getting much attention so I was pleasantly surprised. It's a little like Rich Hill or The Other Side. Sort of. :)
Docs in this year's Washington, DC International Film Festival (Filmfest DC) include All Governments Lie: Truth, Deception and the Spirit of I.F. Stone* by Fred Peabody, Backpack Full of Cash* by Sarah Mondale*, The Good Postman* by Tonislav Hristov, The House on Coco Road *by Damani Baker*, Last Men in Aleppo* by Feras Fayyad, 2016 César Best Feature doc Tomorrow, and Sam Pollard's Two Trains Runnin' * all in the Justice Matters competition. * indicates guests in attendance. Also, The Messengers by Lucian Perkins, produced by d-worder Nina Gilden Seavey.
Filmfest DC starts Thursday, April 20.
Cool. Hoping to get to The Good Postman since I heard it was one of the faves from friends at Full Frame. Also excited to see The Messengers (which screened as a work-in-progress at Docs In Progress last year when it was still called Joseph's House).