All posts tagged "barbara kopple"
Book Review: Independent Female Filmmakers: A Chronicle Through Interviews, Profiles, and ManifestosJune 24, 2019
With Hollywood in its second year of the #MeToo era, more than ever, films, festivals, and...
Why Vérité Moviemaking is the Holy Grail of Documentary: An Essay by the Directors of The Bad KidsDecember 19, 2016
Principal Vonda Viland runs Black Rock Continuation High School in the Mojave Desert, a school for...
Weekend Retreat at Woods Hole Film Festival: Want an Idyllic Small-Town Getaway? Look No FurtherSeptember 23, 2016
A seaside village on the armpit of Cape Cod, Woods Hole, Massachusetts is world-renowned for its...
Don’t Call It a Comeback: Barbara Kopple Talks About Her New Doc, Miss Sharon Jones!July 29, 2016
Barbara Kopple has a lot to celebrate this weekend. In addition to her 70th birthday, her...
Be There: Barbara Kopple on Making Documentaries and Running from CrazyNovember 6, 2013
Running from Crazy, the latest film from Academy-Award-winning documentarian Barbara Kopple, explores the psychological legacy of...
The Red Pill: The Fight to Save a Matrix Metaphor From the Alt-Right
How the Black Lives Matter Movement Is Already Affecting Films
Skin Deep: The Battle Over Morgellons Director Pi Ware on Documentary vs. Reality TV
Articles - Screenwriting
Hollywood Told Me No, So I Told Myself Yes — By Deon Taylor
- NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Launches Seed&Spark-Powered Online Film Festival June 3, 2020
- Will SVOD Kill Indie Films? Here’s Exactly How Much I Spent — and Made — on My Debut Film Regionrat June 3, 2020
- Movie News: Keke Palmer and the National Guard; Good Robot; Justice League Deconstructed June 3, 2020