Now you can do this with anything, a dance studio, a personal interest story, or on a general topic where you are hunting for  shots so you can add your voice over. This image released by Netflix shows a scene from "E-Team," a documentary film about human rights workers. This image from video released by Noujaim Films shows Egyptian activist Ahmed Hassan in a scene from the documentary "The Square." The film will debut exclusively on Netflix early next year. NEW YORK (AP) - Netflix is making a push into documentaries, with the subscription service announcing deals on Thursday to premiere four new films in the next few months.
Netflix has always made non-fiction films available to subscribers, but until recently they have been projects initially made for theatrical release or on television networks. The first of the four new films to be released will be "Battered Bastards of Baseball," about a defunct minor league baseball team.
Lisa Nishimura, head of Netflix's documentary unit, said the service is intentionally trying to present films on a wide variety of topics. Our documentary film company Pollination Productions is dedicated to making environmental films more sexy, fun, and diverse.
Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens, launch a road trip – an investigative state-wide ecosex performance art journey beginning in California. After departing, we will film and perform at other art spaces as well as iconic natural sites (Big Sur, Yosemite, Joshua Tree the Salton Sea).
This is a short film documenting some of our past performance art weddings to various nature entities. Ameena Matthews’ words echo through the silent wake of a youth named Duke, as the camera zooms in on the grieving mother’s tear-filled face. It’s an image all too familiar in neighborhoods across Chicago, a young man killed before his time, for no other reason but his involvement or association with gangs. The documentary chronicles an entire year of the CeaseFire initiative –an anti-violence program created in order to curb and stop the epidemic of violence amongst Chicago’s youth. The documentary follows several of the key members of the CeaseFire team (including Matthews) who refer to themselves as “violence interrupters.” Many are former gang members and drug dealers (or in the case of Matthews, daughter of former gang leader Jeff Fort), who have joined the initiative in attempts to offer support and alternatives to the youth involved in the violence. Throughout the film and its heart-wrenching story, we encounter the CeaseFire operatives going into schools like Fenger High School to try and ease some of tension that erupt on a regular basis.


One of the main interrupters, Cobe Williams, attempts to mediate some issues between two brothers who are associated with rival gangs or “cliques.” He also becomes the mentor to a young man who at 17-years-old has just been released after serving a three-year jail sentence. Back in March, Storey participated in one of IDA’s Doc U educational panels, entitled The Business Side of Documentary Filmmaking. But as of today, April 19, the United States Tax Court filed its findings of fact and opinion, which clears Storey on all counts.
It’s amazing to watch, and he was presenting at a gallery and we got permission to shoot the entire event. Netflix is making a push into documentaries, with the subscription service announcing deals on Thursday, May 8, 2014, to premiere four new films, including "E-Team," in the next few months.
Jehane Noujaim's documentary depicts the tumult of the Egyptian Revolution beginning in 2011.
Netflix said it now wants filmmakers to make their work specifically for the service, or use Netflix to offer the first wide distribution. Its selling point to filmmakers is that Netflix will make the documentaries available on the service for a lengthy period of time. Our first film Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story, is currently being released by Kino Lorber Films in conjunction with Alive Minds Cinema. We begin with a ribbon-cutting ceremony to inaugurate the Pollination Pod, a converted 1975 Perris Pacer camper, in which we will crisscross, first California and eventually the USA.
At each stop, in addition to documenting our performances, we will interview, converse and interact with card-carrying ecosexual artists, activists, thinkers, and practitioners, as well as any detractors. With the support of community partners, residents and organizations, The Gate has become a catalyst of information throughout the Back of the Yards community and surrounding neighborhoods like Pilsen, Little Village, Brighton Park, Englewood, Bridgeport and Canaryville. You ask if you can interview people (and have them sign a release) or put up a sign that says DOCUMENTARY FILMING IN PROGRESS and you are golden. Opening day the gallery, we shot all this exhibited paintings, we shot people looking at Robert’s artwork, we shot Robert presenting to a student body of artists who made the trip to see his gallery event. Get to know your equipment, see when you recorded without sound, see when your record button got hit(turned off) in the mash pit while you trying to record your friends band!
Later this year the service will premiere "E-Team," a film about human rights workers from the makers of the Oscar-winning documentary "Born Into Brothels," and "Print the Legend," about 3-D printing.


TV networks and theatrical releases can offer a bigger burst of attention, but the films are generally only available for a short period. As the Pod transports us, it will provide an eye-catching sculptural element to attract attention and invite audience participation. These interactions form the core of the film, and water issues in California will provide an underlying current as we travel.
We are enormously grateful to our human collaborators and to our other than human ones as well. Later Robert Weibel did a demonstration of his gunpowder painting technique and we got that on film, had him wear a GoPro to get the artists perspective, and  even had a guy on the roof getting a long shot from on high. You are still free of the stress and problems you need to overcome with narrative filmmaking.
Get to know your gear, and get to know the million little things you need to watch out for when you shooting a film. The film will look at practices such as fracking, mining, and oil extraction in unexpected and informative ways, engaging humor where possible.
Now all we had to do is do an interview, create a montage of this artwork, show the demonstration, and do a small amount of voice over to structure and finish the documentary. We will also implement an interactive website with dynamic maps and a travel blog to facilitate audience engagement.
This will make you a great filmmaker, and is the best route to go when you are starting out. If you are going blank on topic, just find some events.And shoot the event, talk to the people, get there opinions, they are already there and are very receptive to share there thoughts on camera.



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