Book review

Book reviews (non-fiction)

Leacock’s non-intervention

The exciting life of a true documentarian.

New connections, new methods, new thoughts

Book critique: Thomas Waugh’s book essays show a firm believer in activist media and a strong film scholar who never lets go of his curiosity and the importance of linking scholarly definitions to useable critiques.

A singular, sole person – monosyllabic

MICHEL HOUELLEBECQ (Reunion, 1958) is a controversial author – loved and loathed. He is compared to Marquis de Sade and Baudelaire for his provocations.

People helping people

Business model 2.0: get your personal audience to support your personal art. In the US filmmakers have managed to finance several films through the Iinternet, but what does it have to offer a European documentary scene?