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A Fair Use Code Changes Practice in the Visual Arts: The Numbers

How much difference has the release of the College Art Association’s release of the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts made so far? Even a few months after the release in...

Diversity Discussion Drives AFI DOCS Filmmaker Forum

This article was originally published on Documentary.org (Documentary magazine) by the International Documentary Association.  The annual AFI DOCS Filmmaker Forum, presented in association with IDA...

VR Becoming an Actual Reality for Documentarians

From Condition One’s 'In the Presence of Animals' (Dirs.: Danfung Dennis, Casey Brown, Phil McNally). Photo: Casey Brown. Courtesy of Sundance Film Festival This article was originally published...

Tribeca’s Storyscapes: On Race and Reality

The Storyscapes section of the Tribeca Film Festival, where installations, VR and interactive web projects mingle, frontally featured realities of a racialized society, in The Argus Project and...

Vérité and Invisible People: Documentaries at Tribeca Film Fest

What’s the difference between a person and a problem? Several of the documentaries shown at Tribeca Film Festival showed us, taking up issues and taking us into the human drama behind him. W.E.B....

Journalism + Film = Public-Issue Documentary at Tribeca Film Festival

Some of the most exciting documentaries on display at Tribeca Film Festival depended on extensive journalistic research, combined with deeply thoughtful aesthetic choices. And these new examples of...

Rebel Citizen at Filmfest DC

A quick look at Rebel Citizen showing at Filmfest DC. A film to introduce Haskell Wexler cinematographer and documentarian extraordinaire!

Whatever Happened to Interactive Docs? A Report from Tribeca Film Festival

The TFI Interactive Day has been a highlight of Tribeca Film Festival’s innovaction curriculum.

VR Everywhere! At Tribeca FilmFest, Headsets Galore

VR was everywhere at the Tribeca FilmFest, where the standouts were animation productions, not video.

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