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The answers to some of filmmakers’ most common clearance questions don’t really lie in the realm of “fair use” at all, but fall...
Beyond the Echo Chamber: Reshaping Politics Through Networked Progressive Media
In less than a decade, a new breed of networked progressive media—from Brave New Films to Talking Points Memo to...
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In this concise, crisply written guide, Center Director Patricia Aufderheide takes readers along the diverse paths of documentary history and charts the lively, often fierce debates among filmmakers...
Co-Director, Center for Media & Social Impact, American University
Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property, American...
In "Refrigerator Mothers," about an era when mothers were blamed for their children's autism, J.J. Hanley and David Simpson quoted popular films of the era. In this section, you can see what clips...
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