Loved it, Danielle.
here's a newfangled 'interactive documentary' supported by our good friends from the north, the NFB. it's a look at a small town in Canada that was closed! http://pinepoint.nfb.ca/#/pinepoint
it's part photo album, documentary and oral history. real interesting stuff.
That is FASCINATING! Thanks.
1. Capitalism: A Love Story
In reply to Kurt Engfehr's post on Tue 14 Jun 2011 :
how interesting! thanks for the rec!
Not sure if I should ask here or somewhere else. I'm wondering if anyone knows of a "first person" documentary film? Meaning, the film is about a person but it is filmed from their perspective. For example, I'm the director, the film is about my story and I film everything from my view.
There's a whole slew but a seminal work in this genre is Ross McElwee's Sherman's March.
Yay! Thank you Ramona and Eliaichi, I will check both of these out today.
Well, most of the films directed by D-Word founder Doug Block are first-person docs...