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. Justin grew up a country boy in a female-dominated family that smoothed him into the softie he is today. If you want to see, I suspect, some of the most gripping documentary-style journalism out there than HBO”s four-part series is the event to see. Be warned that the imagery shown in this short series can be intense and that this is a merely a brief look at the kind of person it takes to stand up and raise a camera to the war and destruction being waged. HBOWatch complies with all legitimate DMCA takedown requests and tries hard to respect the rights of hardworking photographers and content creators like ourselves. HBO has released the schedule of documentaries it’ll be airing for the first half of the year and included in the bunch are looks at acclaimed cartoonists, mother-daughter relationships, prison education, weddings, and poverty, among several other topics that will be broached by HBO Documentary Films this year.
Subject: Sandra Bush, the mother and muse of director Mickalene Thomas, also a New York artist. Subject: Women and poverty in the United States through the lens of a single mother with three children and a full-time job. Subject: Hudson Link, a prison education program instituted at Sing Sing Correctional Facility. Subject: Camp Erin, a camp where children can go and grieve for the loss of a loved one that was founded by baseball player Jamie Moyer.
Subject: Themes of love, commitment, and life following a wedding, juxtaposing present-day reality with wedding-day flashbacks.
Shilo Adams is a contributor to TVHackr whose work has appeared on the likes of TVOvermind, KSiteTV, and ScreenFad. Deadline is reporting that HBO has opted to not move forward with Ryan Murphy drama Open, whose pilot was officially ordered by the network last April. 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. 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.
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. A Seattle radio personality since 2007, he's perfected the art of never taking himself seriously and isn't afraid to cry at movies. Produced by Michael Mann (pictured), last of HBO’s LUCK, and director David Frankham comes this examination of four photojournalists from hotspots around the world. For example, in the first installment, Eros Hoagland  shows us Juarez from his perspective.
They are snapshots only of the political and social issues of the regions shown with no resolution in sight.
If you feel that we've used your work in error or against your wishes as the holder of those copyrights please send us a note and we'll immediately remove the content or cite the original source of your choosing. Last year included documentaries about amFAR, Stephen Sondheim, and chemical companies, while 2014 has thus far seen The Education of Mohammad Hussein, a documentary centering on an Islamic school dealing with radical Quran-burning pastor Terry Jones.
What would you like to see the network profile in the documentaries it’ll produce for the second half of the year?
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. 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.


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! Find him riding a scooter (nicknamed "Ivy" after Blue Ivy Carter) through the mean streets of Queen Anne in Seattle or twitter-stalking the Seattle Mariners! Within these short films we engage what these journalists choose to chronicle on a daily basis and it is dangerous. 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.
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. They are witnesses to the ravages of the world; we can witness their jobs Monday nights of HBO.
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. The authors of the amazing articles you are reading do not work for, and are not affiliated with HBO. This will make you a great filmmaker, and is the best route to go when you are starting out. This site is a service provided by HBO fans like you to promote the knowledge, enjoyment and awareness of HBO as the world's greatest premium television network.
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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