Sundance's Joana Vincente and Tabitha Jackson release statement regarding the controversial festival selection Jihad Rehab.
“What the fuck am I doing here?” asks the narrator towards the end of Lost Boys. A similar question passed through this reviewer’s mind multiple times whilst screening the film. Lost Boys
As the COVID-19 pandemic brings a new definition of "essential" work, how do photographers continue to document the events and experiences of our daily lives, and how do they do so safely
Tiger King is the perfect series for our times. A show about narcissists with no sense of self-awareness, rampant cruelty masquerading as morality and law and order, all soaking in a philosophy
Director Shannon Walsh reflects on bringing the social-change aspect of documentary into the process behind the camera.
Docutainment type filmmaking is here to stay, as are sponsored docs and docs that aren’t really docs, so how does one evaluate the ethics?
On filmmaker Leonard Retel Helmrich and his documentaries Position of the Stars, Eye of the Day, and The Shape of the Moon.
That’s reality TV, not documentary, I can hear you say. Well, our motives as doc-makers might be different but our means are often similar.