The end of a friend’s documentary
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I spent the evening watching the final product of Stanford’s documentary filmmaking MFA program.
I didn’t want to disturb people with my camera (including its screen) so I put it on my lap hiding the back part. Of course, flash was out of the question (plus it probably wouldn’t have worked anyway). So I just clicked when I saw this come up with the hope that I’d get something legible.
This is #228 in my Project 365 series.
Should Airports Use Racial And Religious Profiling?
The recent furor over screenings and pat-downs has catapulted airport security back into the spotlight. Should airports be targeting their limited resources differently? A team of experts examines the question in the latest Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
Read more on NPR
‘Make screening of short films mandatory’
PANAJI: Filmmakers are emphatic on the need for having venues for exhibiting short films, either at cinema houses or through slots made available by broadcasters or through creation of captive channels by the national broadcaster.
Read more on The Hindu
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