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The Fruits of our Labor: Food Inc. Review

Directed by: Robert Kenner Length: 1 hour 34 minutes Development to Distribution: 6 years Shot on: Panasonic HDX900 & HDX200 The most prevalent metaphor employed throughout the film is that of a veil: one fashioned by the food industry giants to be drawn between the consumer and the source of their food. But as Michael […]

June 30, 2009 0
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Sunday Night at the Forum: River Monsters

Ah, Animal Planet documentaries. Join Mario in the Viva Doc forum on Sunday Night so we can talk about what crazy Jeremy Wade is up to.

June 4, 2009 0
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Sony’s DSR-300 vs. PD-170

If you’re a Doc student taking a production class beyond Doc I, you have two camera options: the Sony DSR-300 series and the PD-150/170. They are both rock solid cameras in their class, and deciding between the two isn’t always easy. I’ll gloss over the differences in each camera line since they are relatively minute […]

June 1, 2009 0
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Want to Learn About Documentary Fundraising?

Groundswell Films is looking for an intern this summer to help research philanthropic and sponsorship leads for The Robben Island Singers, a 360 Media Project. Fundraising is not the most glamorous part of filmmaking, but it is an absolute necessity if you want to make independent work. We are looking for a mature student, with […]

May 27, 2009 0
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June 18th Screening of The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo

Synopsis: Shot in the war zones of the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2006, this film breaks the silence surrounding the tens of thousands of women and girls who have been kidnapped, raped and sexually tortured in that country’s intractable civil war. The filmmaker, herself a survivor of gang rape, talks with activists, peacekeepers, physicians […]

May 24, 2009 0
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New Doc Classes for the Fall!!!!

Check out the selection of new courses for the Documentary Program. 24 – 2806 Documentary Research Comprehensive overview of documentary research and pragmatic documentary writing. Critically analyze and evaluate sources and evidence. Develop research protocols and methodology. Conduct primary research resulting in a working hypothesis and leading to a proposal premise. Apply legal and ethical […]

May 14, 2009 1
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A night of unseen Maysles Brothers work

SNAPSHOTS Rare Cinematic Shorts, Out-takes and Commercial Work by THE MAYSLES BROTHERS A special program curated for STOP SMILING STOP SMILING presents a selection of work by the documentary pioneers behind Gimme Shelter, Grey Gardens and Salesman. This one-night-only program of Direct Cinema portraits and explorations will span both the myriad subjects that have caught […]

May 8, 2009 0
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20th Anniversary of the Doc Center

Join us for The Doc Center's 20th Anniversary Bash! Wednesday, April 29th, 4:00pm – 7:00pm 1104 S Wabash Ave, Rm 407, The Michael Rabiger Center for Documentary Come celebrate the past, present and future of Columbia's innovative center for documentary filmmaking! 4:00pm: Food, games, friends, and fun! 5:00pm: A Panel Discussion with Michael Rabiger, Russell […]

April 25, 2009 0
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Bob Seger Rocks Big Screen!!!

Timothy Tamisiea will represent the Viva Doc this Thursday with the only documentary to be accepted into Big Screen 13. Timmy was kind enough to share a rough cut with us at the end of last semester and, just like in real life, everyone there was touched by little Luke Casey. Come show support for […]

April 21, 2009 1
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