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The landmark of the WWI battle of Gallipoli in Turkey and the idolising of individual heroism has become the backbone for nationalist and populist sentiments – and for business.
Canada’s doc festival grew into an international force between the founding of the Toronto Documentary Forum in 2000 and the SARS crisis of 2003. Marc Glassman, then one of the festival’s ﬁlm programmers, charts Hot Docs’ growth in part two of his historical report.
What impressions of the documentary industry can 100 seminars in one week at the festival DOC/FEST give?
DOX’s Willemien Sanders reports from an 18-month workshop. This is the first of three reports from the Amsterdam-based Binger Filmlab
Visions du réel showed a promising selection of films from up-and-coming filmmakers during a sunny week in late April.
Women Make Movies is one of the most successful ‘educational distributors’ in North America. Celebrating their 30th anniversary last year, they have a big catalogue with more than 400 titles, and though they also do theatrical and broadcast distribution, the educational market is where the US money is. ULLA JACOBSEN talked to executive director Debra Zimmerman at the One World festival in Prague this past April.
The story of New Zealander Helen Todd's law suit against an Indonesian general that she pursued after her son, Kamal, was shot dead in the Dili massacre in East Timor.