Kel O’Neill discusses the lack of diversity at the IDFA DocLab conference, and the effect of its absence.Continue reading this entry »
Try it now! Virtual reality display technology is advancing quickly, but the way to interact with virtual worlds is lagging behind. So here’s a way you can use a mobile device to navigate a virtual space.Continue reading this entry »
“My green button-down has been replaced by a grey pullover. Also, I am a woman.” Kel O’Neill experiences life as the opposite gender in IDFA DocLab’s gender-bending experiment The Machine To Be Another.Continue reading this entry »
This week, films are being screened across the US, focusing on issues that directly impact communities.
As we approach International Human Rights Day, POV can help you highlight these important issues.
Journalist Chris Museler tells POV how he navigated his role as fly on the wall in the high intensity, high stakes New York-Barcelona IMOCA Ocean Masters race onboard with professional sailors Pepe Ribes and Ryan Breymaier.Continue reading this entry »
IDFA DocLab is a paradise for innovative storytelling, but who should foot the bill?Continue reading this entry »
POV gives a huge round of applause to this year’s BRITDOC Impact Award winners! The BRITDOC Impact Award celebrates documentary films that have made the greatest impact on society.Continue reading this entry »
Kel O’Neill (of Jongsma + O’Neill) sits down with IDFA DocLab creator Caspar Sonnen to discuss DocLab, digital storytelling, and the ‘medium’ of interactive documentaries — if it can be defined as a ‘medium’ at all.Continue reading this entry »
White Gold is an exposé of the modern ivory trade and its pervasive economic, historical, political and environmental effects.Continue reading this entry »
Doc Soup Man talks with Sundance Institute’s documentary program director, Tabitha Jackson, who says she wants make sure “that the doors are opened more widely” for artistic expression in documentary filmmaking.Continue reading this entry »