DOX #101


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DOX #101

DOX #101


Editorial: New ripples at our shores

Sound series: part three: Sound designer Peter Albrechtsen enters the mixing room of Oscar-nominated Dirty Wars

In focus: Joan Churchill: The relationship is crucial to cinematographer Joan Churchill

State of Docs: No Simple Arab Spring: In the 24-hour media storm, the more nuanced documentary is crucial. The Arab world has experienced an increase in independent production

Favourites: Director of Vision du Réel, Luciano Barisone, shares his favourite documentaries from the last year

In focus: Peter Liechti: A masterclass with a filmmaker that continues to explore new modes of cinematic expression

Photo series: Moments Before the Flood: Magnum photographer Carl de Keyzer frames the world anew

Interactive series: Part 3: Documentary and interactive filmmaker Suvi Helminen invites us into MIT’s Open Documentary Lab, dedicated to emerging documentary forms

Case Study: Docs go to Hollywood: The Bengali Detective was sold to Hollywood for a fiction remake. Producer Giovanna Stopponi shares her experience

Emerging Voices: South Africa: Big Fish is a film school for talents from marginalized South Africa. They are now heading for the Berlinale Film Market

Case study: The Reunion: Artist Anna Odell goes far beyond the play with genres in her stunning The Reunion

Emerging voices: China: At CNEX and IDFA last year it was evident that there is more than one Ai Weiwei in China

Eco docs’ contribution to public debate: Part one: Editorialist and researcher, Sandrine Lage, shares her research on eco documentaries contribution to public awareness

Ne Me Quitte Pas
Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?

DVD in this issue: Losing SoniaDirector Radka Franczak sheds light on her work on the film about Sonia, who has dedicated her life to the search for beauty

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