Help me find good films on Nepal, for a high-school crowd. [more inside]
What are the rules regarding logos captured incidentally in documentary? [more inside]
I keep hearing about a documentary from the 1970s called "Glass India" - about glass blowing in India. Does anyone know where to buy it or download it?
How can I find information on the average gross income from all streams (theatrical, DVD, VOD) for a documentary?
How can I find information on the average gross income from all streams (theatrical, DVD, VOD) for a documentary? [more inside]
Where can I watch/download/buy/whatever the 90s documentary DICEWORLD? [more inside]
I am trying to hunt down a documentary I saw around 5-10 years ago which was all about whirlpools and maelstroms. [more inside]
Inspired by this thread, I am trying to remember the name of a tornado special that aired, I think, on HBO several years ago. [more inside]
So this summer there is a big family reunion and, with my grandparents getting a bit older and more forgetful, I think it would be interesting to make some recordings. Do you have any suggestions? [more inside]
Does anyone remember a documentary, or show on PBS about someone researching an old kayak design, where the people doing the building paddled around Manhattan Island? [more inside]
What are the best documentaries / movies on depression? [more inside]
Looking for a video I saw on the internet before May 2008. It was an interview with a ton of post-processing, making it very surreal. Seeing this image reminded me of the video. I seem to remember the interviewer was an art student, or a student of the interviewee. The interviewee had been down on his luck, and it seemed as if the interview was happening in a soup kitchen or hostel. I associate two words with the interviewee: "video art", but I can't think of any sort of title he might have. [more inside]
Please help me find a nature documentary I saw once, about 5 years ago. [more inside]
Looking for variety of different podcasts or radio shows to listen to. Please give me many recommendations. [more inside]
The greatest a-holes to ever strut in front of a documentary film maker's camera? [more inside]
Looking for some brain-food! Specifically, documentaries... [more inside]
Name that Documentary: Hanging women over water (pond?) to feed organisms living inside the water. Aired around 2008. Possibly located in Asia. [more inside]
Help me find an amazing summer program in documentary photography, digital storytelling, radio production, creative writing or journalism! [more inside]
HighSchoolDramaTeacherFilter: Any tips for doing documentary theater with students? [more inside]
Interviewing techniques for the amateur videographer. GO! [more inside]
DVD recommendations needed - boxed sets of documentaries and historical/cultural overviews to put on in the background while I'm working. [more inside]
Many years ago I either heard or read a documentary about an American rock 'n' roll producer who was—according to this documentary—highly influential but never particularly famous, but whose name I cannot now recall. [more inside]
I want to build a fake prison cell set that's mobile. What do I do? [more inside]
My wife, a high school teacher, has an extra period with her students tomorrow. She wants to show them something (documentary, TV episode) interesting and have a discussion afterward. Suggestions? [more inside]
Looking for a documentary about subliminal messaging, the power of suggestion and holding up a armored truck. [more inside]
I like to learn about how complex organizations and projects are run behind-the-scenes -- to see how decisions get made, how responsibilities are divided, what tools and technologies are used, how knowledge is documented and new workers trained. Recommend books, articles, films that do a good job documenting / explaining how a complex organization functions. [more inside]
Homeworkfilter: what obscure (viz. not Ansel Adams) photographer should I explore? Who is doing creative and (intellectually) challenging work that I might not be familiar with? [more inside]
Please help me name my documentary on urban farming! [more inside]
I am leaving for Beijing in a few days. I am bringing a video camera and plan to interview English-speaking Chinese people on the street. My goal is to edit the footage together into an informative and insightful piece. If you could ask the people of China any question, what would it be?
I want to make documentary films. What kind of video-camera should I get? [more inside]
I often download documentaries, and generally love them, and frequently feel like I want to give back to the director. Monetarily-wise, that is, as perhaps I didn't pay for them. What do you think of a service that allowed for paypal or such donation to individual directors? Could it work? Alternately, directors of small films could set up a link on their websites, and one could spread the idea memetically. I'm not looking to cash in on this, just to get feedback on an idea of how to assuage my guilt and help support those who make films worthy of support.
Why do they make the subjects of A&E's Intervention spell their name out loud? [more inside]
What music played during the Stanley Kubrick's Boxes documentary? [more inside]
I'm going to be filming a documentary in the Philippines about families supported by the pornography industry, and I'd like to hear any interesting questions you might have for the subjects. [more inside]
What's the rock band seen briefly in the documentary Lake of Fire? [more inside]
What was the name of this BBC documentary? It was broadcast sometime around 2000. It was about how Britain has changed post-WWII, dwelling on rail closures due to the Beeching Axe, the construction of the motorways, and the subsequent death of the 'traditional' rural Britain. Its tone was pretty melancholic, and it was (to me) quite a moving piece. [more inside]
Looking for the name of a BBC documentary involving people performing interpretive dances which portray the lives/mating rituals of insects. [more inside]
Friends and I saw Darkon this weekend. Given that many of us (not me) are historians, the question was, "What happened next?" (spoilers) [more inside]
Can anyone help me find a great blog of smart, interesting video links that I had bookmarked and lost? [more inside]
Investigative TV journalism : I'm obsessed and now I want more. [more inside]
How can I contact John Cleese for an on-camera interview? [more inside]
Help me find the title of this documentary with pirated, never-seen tv clips. [more inside]
I'm looking to watch/rent/buy two particular PBS series that I can't for the life of me find online. [more inside]
I'm looking for a documentary about Fleetwood Mac that a friend had spoken highly of but which I can't seem to find. It might have been about the making of 'Rumours' but I only see a book about that on Amazon--no film. Anyone seen this?
Asking for a friend: "A few years ago I saw a documentary about an African Muslim tribe. They were notable because the men cover their faces while the women do not. The only other thing I remember is that the men participate in a ceremony where they adorn themselves to the extreme (paint, beads etc) and line up for the women to chose. There is also apparently a custom where men will abduct wives from another tribe. The location might have been Mali but I'm really not sure. Can anyone identify this group?"
I am looking for documentaries dealing with online culture, the Internet, video games and the like. [more inside]
Help me help my friend remember the title of a movie. (Or documentary?) It starts out with a voiceover over a dark screen - and the voiceover is interrupted by someone saying that voiceovers are lame (or something) and they should cut it out. And the voiceover-over-dark-screen ends. The movie (or documentary?) then progresses in a similar manner, being "edited" in that way, as they go along. Some well-known actors or director was involved. Also, it may have been filmed by a cast or crew member the same time they were filming some big-budget movie. Er, and that's about all I know.
[high-school-debate-filter] "Resolved" is a documentary by One Potato Productions about high school debate. Where can I find/see this? The trailer is available on One Potato's web site but I can find no information on where to see the movie itself. Help!
How can I find and approach supporters of one of the Democratic candidates in a medium sized town in Ohio (about 25,000 people) in order to interview and possibly film them? [more inside]
Can anyone identify a specific documentary that details a film maker's work with wolves? [more inside]