Arts on Film Archive offers on-line access to a large range of films on art produced in the United Kingdom since ...
The three-year project ‘Genocide and Genre’, supported by an AHRC £400,000 award developed an innovative filmmaking method to explore people’s memory, ...
Lecturer in Science Communication
Imperial College, London
Something Made: Fashioning a post-positivist science documentary
This thesis is a practice-led exploration of how science ...
DocWest has collected links to existing degree programmes in documentary film-making (BA, MA and Ph.D.) in the UK and abroad.
Every tribe has its rituals. As networking seems to be the mantra of today’s film world, DocWest has collected a list of events and places.
You might be born a documentary film-maker but the rest of us need some serious training if we really want to expand the language of documentary filmmaking.
So, you know what documentary you want to make, you just need some money to start (or finish) it. Here are some links to significant funding sources.
Today’s media landscape is changing. We want new, more complex, documentary stories woven across multiple platforms and formats through the use of digital technologies.
We all have our favourite cinema magazines and academic journals, but for a 360-degree appreciation of who’s who and what’s exciting in the documentary world, here are some of today’s inspiring docu-bloggers.
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