Who Are The Champions? FIFA World Cup Through the Eyes of People on the Street
Who Are The Champions? from the Submarine Channel explores the impact of the FIFA World Cup through the stories of people on the streets of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Johannesburg, South Africa, and Leipzig, Germany.
Dear Mandela: A South African Film Finds an American Audience
Dara Kell shares her experience self-distributing the documentary Dear Mandela. The film airs on Black Public Media's AfroPoP on Tuesday, January 29, 2013.
SXSW 2012: Beware of Mr. Baker
Blogger Adam Schartoff talks with Jay Bulger, the director of SXSW's top documentary prize winner, Beware of Mr. Baker.
Doc Soup: All Eyes on Africa
World Cup 2010, South Africa. Photo by Marcello Casal Jr//ABr The World Cup has been grabbing vast swaths of attention for the game of soccer, and providing a raison d’être for some serious-minded programming focusing on the host country, South Africa, as well as the larger host continent. I’ve managed to catch some thin, yet […]
Catch Yoruba Richen Talking About 'Promised Land' on NPR
Yoruba Richen will be on several radio shows talking about the issues in Promised Land (tonight on PBS at 10:00 pm) and her experiences making the documentary. Today at 11:30 am ET/8:30 am PT, she will be on KPFA Berkeley’s Morning Show, then she’ll be on WNYC Radio, New York’s Leonard Lopate Show at 1:00 […]