‘WHAT HAPPENED, MISS SIMONE?’ Interview with Director Liz Garbus

WHAT HAPPENED, MISS SIMONE?, the Netflix documentary on Nina Simone that explores the creativity of the volatile and gifted artist, is shared by director Liz Garbus. Featuring clips from the film, and exploring the role of racism, politics, and mental…

‘TALES OF A GRIM SLEEPER’: Serial Killer Documentary Discussed by Director Nick Broomfield

TALES OF THE GRIM SLEEPER documentary filmmaker Nick Broomfield discusses his film about South Central Los Angeles’ notorious serial killer of women, and his other films including AILEEN: LIFE AND DEATH OF A SERIAL KILLER. BYOD looks at clips and…

‘Keep On Keepin’ On’: Documentary Film About Jazz Great Clark Terry

KEEP ON KEEPIN’ ON, the new documentary on Clark Terry and Justin Kauflin’s unlikely jazz connection is shared with the trailer and clips by the director Alan Hicks. We discuss the bond of the musicians, the fragile health of the…

Bring Your Own Doc: Director of ‘DEAR ZACHARY’ Interviewed

Kurt Kuenne joins BYOD to talk about Dear Zachary and shows clips of it to highlight the process of turning a letter to his lost friend’s son into a feature documentary that was a call to action.

Bring Your Own Doc: What’s Fair Use In a Documentary? Top Attorney Explains

With a maze of copyright laws to navigate, filmmakers need a hand in editing their movies to get them legally up to snuff. For this reason, Ondi and Vlad brought doc advocate and entertainment lawyer Michael C. Donaldson to clarify…

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