Documentary Film Programs in the United States (a working list)

DOCUMENTARY FILM PROGRAMS For those who are interested in previewing both academic and institutional documentary film programs in the United States, The Independent Magazine highlights the top ten documentary film programs in the country. Among these ten, is Duke University http://ami.duke.edu/ at number one, followed by George Washington University GWU http://research.columbian.gwu.edu/documentarycenter/, Stanford University http://art.stanford.edu/graduate/mfa-documentary-film/and at… Continue reading Documentary Film Programs in the United States (a working list)

Cine Campesino: Objetivos y Metodologías

Cine Campesino fue formado por cineastas, documentalistas, profesores, estudiantes y productores. Desde su creación, Cine Campesino produjo dos documentales: Cine Campesino (2002) y Naturalezas en conflicto (2003). Cine Campesino contó con el apoyo de fondos obtenidos a través de becas universitarias.Cine Campesino, el primer documental, registra la organización del primer festival de cine en un… Continue reading Cine Campesino: Objetivos y Metodologías

Naturalezas en Conflicto, Cine Campesino (2004)

Cine Campesino is a collective committed to bringing Latin American films to rural areas, where viewing films is limited to Hollywood action films in English with Spanish subtitles that audiences cannot read. The first project of the collective was to complement the work of the Un Mundo, the NGO that sponsored Cine Campesino, by developing a space… Continue reading Naturalezas en Conflicto, Cine Campesino (2004)

Cine Campesino: A Documentary Film (2002)

Production and screenplay: Tomas F. Crowder-TaraborrelliCine Campesino is a Travelling film festival that has done over 110 film festivals in rural Honduras. It was first organized in 2002, in a small town called El Pital. This documentary was made of that event. In 2003 Ronald Reinds made it possible that Cine Campesino became mobile.Cine Campesino… Continue reading Cine Campesino: A Documentary Film (2002)

Cine Campesino (2002)

By David AshbyOn October 17, 18 and 19, 2002, the Un Mundo organization presented a rural "Cinema Campesino Film Festival" in the village of El Pital, in the Cangrejal river valley (half an hour south from La Ceiba, Honduras). The festival used Latin American films and dialogue to celebrate the beautiful yet difficult life of… Continue reading Cine Campesino (2002)

Cine Campesino (2003)

In September 2003 Un Mundo presented the second "Cinema Campesino Film Festival" in the village of El Pital. The festival used a Latin American film and dialogue to demonstrate the life of the Latin American.An estimated 300 people attended the festival under the stars that night. Sales of food and drink by local villagers were… Continue reading Cine Campesino (2003)

Jorge Sanjinés y el cine documental

En el mundo entero, no sólo en Bolivia, hay una inquietud en la gente joven frente a los terribles desafíos que se nos van presentando a la humanidad entera. Entonces la idea de cambiar las estructuras de dominación capitalistas, que están acabando con el medio ambiente, con el planeta, hacen que se haga un cine… Continue reading Jorge Sanjinés y el cine documental