CAA Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts
SOCIAL DOCUMENTARY SPRING 2016
PROFESSOR LARRY KIRKMAN
In this course, you will study approaches to documentary as a tool for public knowledge and action. You will learn...
This research report examines the Black Lives Matter Movement’s uses of online media in 2014 and 2015.
What does it take for a documentary film and its director and producer to make it to the top—the Oscars shortlist, the nomination & the win?
Roger Ebert, of the Chicago Sun Times, called his first film Home For Life (1966) "... an extraordinarily moving documentary." With Home for Life Gordon and Kartemquin established the direction they...
As executive vice-president for Blackside, Inc., he supervised documentary film projects, including the production of the national PBS series The Great Depression and Malcolm X: Make it Plain,...
Ronit Avni is the Director of the Just Vision project, an initiative that brings the stories of courageous Israeli and Palestinian grassroots efforts for peace to American audiences through video,...
Tia Lessin, a New York-based documentary filmmaker, received the 2002 Sidney Hillman Award for her work as producer and director of Behind the Labels, a film about sweatshops in Saipan that was shown...
Visiting Filmmakers: Patrice O'Neill and Pamela Calvert
The Working Group's 1995 story of how the town of Billings, Montana responded to a rash of hate crimes, Not In Our Town, set a new standard...
RT @itssarahrichman: So obsessed w/ this @CMSImpact project on leveraging #comedy for #socialjustice. Truly a must-read! https://t.co/x5RBn
Wow, thanks for this. https://t.co/FdgjCBBVSG
Grateful to the @gatesfoundation for funding CMSI's investigation of comedy & social change, The Laughter Effect. https://t.co/UZMEcKSnRT
NEW: The Laughter Effect: research, strategy & creative initiative that studies & incubates comedy + social change https://t.co/UZMEcL9YJr
RT @katedavies00: Ahhh, such a great look at the value of utilizing comedy in the social change space, via @CatyBC and @CMSImpact https://t
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