Case Study: Indians, Outlaws and Angie Debo
By Barbara Abrash
The making and distribution of Indians, Outlaws and Angie Debo shows how a network of feminist activists and scholars...
Blue Vinyl and the My House is Your House Consumer Organizing Campaign, 2002-2003
By Working Films and Toxic Comedy Pictures
Blue Vinyl co-directors Judith Helfand and Daniel Gold "hit the road to...
As much an article as a case study, Whiteman examines George Stoney and Judith Helfand’s film as an example of a project that raised...
Report from the Road: Two Towns of Jasper
By Working Films
Linking the film with community change is the goal of the outreach campaign surrounding this highly acclaimed documentary from the POV...
Enhancing Education: A Producer's Guide
By WGBH Boston
This comprehensive website contains 12 case studies documenting how producers have integrated educational outreach into their productions. The...
Case Study: Changing the World, One Documentary at a Time
By Gary Weimberg
On September 10, 1999 Dylcia Pagan walked out of her prison cell in the Federal Correctional Institute in Dublin,...
Our 21/2-year multi-media project, Saving The Sierra: Voices of Conservation in Action, is now over. The digital files are all tucked...
The War Tapes Puts a Face on War
By Katja Wittke
Download The War Tapes Case Study and Download The War Map
The War Tapes is an independent, participatory film project. The process involved...
A Teacher's Guide to Use of Personal Essay Films
Personal essay films have been widely diffused to teachers and community organizations, because they so powerfully evoke responses from and make...
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