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3 films and 1 panel not to miss at the Independent Film Festival of Boston!
With all of the new documentaries in town this week for the Independent Film Festival Boston (don't miss the LEF-sponsored panel When Does a Story Become a FIlm? From Idea to Documentary), it's also good to remember some older nonfiction films that have been screening at the Harvard Film Archive - the Middletown Film Project, which conclude this Sunday with SEVENTEEN.
A wedding registry is a very helpful way to avoid getting terrible gifts from your family when you and your true love finally make it legal (for those of us who are allowed to make it legal). But let's be honest, your film is really your true love, right? So why not encourage your family and friends to make a gift through your film registry?
I was privileged last week to attend the opening day of the National Conference on Media Reform.
I've been reading some wonderful content on the Nieman Storyboard, a great resource from the Neiman Foundation:

"A project of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard, Nieman Storyboard looks at how storytelling works in every medium. In addition to highlighting outstanding print narratives, we seek to feature the best examples of visual, audio and multimedia narrative reporting. As a bonus, we’ll also give you occasional updates on conferences, awards, and other narrative news."

If you're an avid reader of non-fiction, it’s really interesting to learn more about the processes behind this kind of writing.

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