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The Shared Wonder of Film | Beeban Kidron's TED talk

Beeban Tania Kidron, Baroness Kidron, OBE (born 2 May is an English film director known for her much-lauded adaptation of Jeanette Winterson's autobiographical novel Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit and for directing Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason.

Werner Herzog peers over the rim of Mt. Erebus, an active volcano in Antarctica, while filming 'Encounters At the End Of The World'

Werner Herzog peers over the rim of Mt. Erebus, an active volcano in Antarctica, while filming 'Encounters At the End Of The World'

Damon Gameau is the man who embarked on a journey to discover the bitter truth about sugar. He filled us in on his experiences.

Interview with Damon Gameau, the man who embarked on a journey to discover the bitter truth about sugar in That Sugar Film

Interview with LIFE ITSELF documentary director Steve James.

Documentary filmmaker Steve James will speak at IU Cinema Oct. 24 as part of the Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Lecture Series.

Influence Film Club Interviews Virunga's director Orlando Von Einsiedel

'Virunga' Director Orlando Von Einsiedel Surprised By Bill Clinton, Still Keeping A Close Watch On Soco International

Cutie and the Boxer director, Zachary Heinzerling, on set. Images by Erik Jonsson.

Cutie and the Boxer director, Zachary Heinzerling, on set. Images by Erik Jonsson.

Lucy Walker at the premier of her film, THE CRASH REEL

Lucy Walker at the premier of her film, "The Crash Reel.

Ed Perkins has worked on films like PROJECT NIM, THE EAGLE, THE IMPOSTER, and Academy award-winning SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN. Now he's working on his own debut feature documetantary GARNET'S GOLD - a beautiful film about a man who leaves London and goes to Scottish countryside in search of hidden treasure.

Ed Perkins has worked on films like PROJECT NIM, THE EAGLE, THE IMPOSTER, and Academy award-winning SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN. Now he's working on his own debut feature documetantary GARNET'S GOLD - a beautiful film about a man who leaves London and goes to Scottish countryside in search of hidden treasure.

RESTREPO filmmakers Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington in the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan, 2007

RESTREPO filmmakers Sebastian Junger and Tim Hetherington in the Korengal Valley, Afghanistan, 2007

Malik Bendjelloul, director of "Searching for Sugarman"

Beefeater In-Edit 2012 Malik Bendjelloul "Searching for Sugarman"

"I’m grateful for the discoveries I’ve made and lessons I’ve learned during the process of shining a literal and metaphorical light on the always fascinating, unpredictable, and inspiring lives of the real people I’ve met – and those I look forward to meeting soon." Interview with co-director Dan Rybicky of Almost There, a remarkable journey following an old man buried in the past and two filmmakers trying to brighten up his future.

Spot on Directors: Dan Rybicky

Interview with the acclaimed editor and co-director of Almost There, a truly human documentary, Aaron Wickenden.

Interview with the acclaimed editor and co-director of Almost There, a truly human documentary, Aaron Wickenden.

David France and Howard Gertler on HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE and How You Can Help Continue the Story

How to Survive a Plague

"Scenes from the world's largest rubbish dump" |  A moving essay by Lucy Walker after finishing her Oscar-nominated film, WASTE LAND.

"Scenes from the world's largest rubbish dump"

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