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In Honor of Woodstock, the Best Rock Documentaries and Concert Films by Far

August 25, 2014

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AFI Docs 2013: Bob Woodward Image by citron_smurf AFI Docs 2013 @ The National Portrait Gallery I’m one of those unfortunate children of the seventies who was old enough to know about Woodstock as it was happening, but way too young to attend. This cruel injustice stuck in my craw then, but the pain has […]

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Fin Free Movement Swims into Shark Week

August 23, 2014

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10.22.12 Love & Diane at the Film Society of Lincoln Center presented by UnionDocs Image by uniondocs From the event Love & Diane at the Film Society of Lincoln Center presented by UnionDocs Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 13, 2014 Click here for a message from Rob Stewart Click here to view the Sharkwater […]

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Review of the Oasis Documentary That Won Two AFI Awards, Best Editing and Best Direction

August 22, 2014

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Over 20 years ago there was a poignant in your face, disturbing Documentary by Mike Willesee on the Street Kids that lived in Kings Cross, in Sydney. And last year Shark Island films released another Documentary that was gritty confronting, and disturbing. It was called the Oasis and the story of homeless children in Surry […]

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How Historical Re-enactors Show Communities Who They Are

August 20, 2014

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Cullman, Alabama (PRWEB) August 15, 2014 “Becoming Colonel Cullmann,” a documentary by filmmakers Laura Axelrod and Greg Richter, focuses on historical re-enactors and how they bring a community together. Larry Rowlette, a Nashville, Tennessee native, acts out the role of Cullman, Alabama founder, Col. Johann G. Cullmann at local events. He doesn’t get paid […]

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Learn The Secrets Of Effective Documentary Storyboarding

August 20, 2014

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Filming a good documentary requires great attention to detail -careful research, passion for the subject matter at hand, and painstaking preparation can combine to create an unforgettable “slice of life” – one that really resonates with viewers. However, you must approach the pre-production part of your project correctly – part of getting it right relies […]

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New Social Media Marketing Agency is Cooking in Santa Fe, New Mexico

August 19, 2014

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Sana Fe, NM (PRWEB) August 14, 2014 Carole Baker, CEO / Founder of Cherry Pie Social, finds her passion in helping small business owners discover the joy and fun in launching campaigns to engage their audience online via digital media — Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and You Tube. Since launching her business in early […]

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Peter Riegert Stars in Howling Wolf Productions’ and Rabbi David Wolpe’s The Walk Premiering at the 2014 Hollyshorts Film Festival

August 19, 2014

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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 11, 2014 “The Walk,” an Aaron Wolf film based on a true story by Rabbi David Wolpe (named America’s number-one rabbi by Newsweek Magazine) and starring Emmy and Oscar nominated actor, Peter Riegert (“Animal House,” “Crossing Delancey,” “Dads”) will premiere at the 2014 Hollyshorts Film Festival. “The Walk,” the […]

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Problems You May Encounter In Making A Documentary

August 15, 2014

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One thing I learned in film school is that documentaries can sometimes be the toughest kind of film to make. Much of it depends on the subject of the documentary and whether you as the filmmaker plan to get involved in the story or serve as a silent observer. Most film schools elaborate on the […]

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Palo Alto luxury cars dealer impressed with new BMW Documentary Film Series

August 14, 2014

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If you thought the People mover or the giant Epcot golf ball ride were impressive, wait until you see BWM’s future concepts. With a new film documentary series, BMW hopes to garner some attention and new customers with “The New City” and other chapter in the saga of the BMW campaign “Wherever You Want to […]

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Coach Joe Ellis Story is a Film About Passion and Determination

August 13, 2014

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Big Sky Documentary Film Festival – The Wilma Theatre Image by marcmoss (PRWEB) August 08, 2014 It’s a story of grit, determination, passion and perseverance. When Joe Ellis, battling terminal colon cancer, coached Surry County High School (Va.) to the 2005 state basketball championship, his unyielding resolve touched the lives of many. And Cathy […]

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