Here at LEF we’re preparing for a busy couple of months.
The Cinema Eye Honors for Nonfiction Filmmaking were founded in late 2007 to recognize and honor exemplary craft and innovation in nonfiction film.
I have to say that when the online fundraising hype-machine first got started, I didn’t buy it.
We here at the LEF office were saddened to hear that Massachusetts Film Office maestro Nick Paleologos is leaving his post.
Always looking around for New England documentaries, even if we have to go inside other movies that aren’t New England documentaries, like <em>The Fighter</em>…
It’s time to start thinking about applying for LEF’s upcoming deadline: production and post-production LOIs are due on <strong>Friday, 28 January at 5pm.</strong>
The LEF Foundation is proud to contribute to the KAREN SCHMEER FILM EDITING FELLOWSHIP.
At Coolidge on December 6: IDA and the Center for Independent Documentary are presenting AN EVENING WITH JULIA BACHA – a Boston Installment of IDA’s Doc U Seminar Series Tickets
In the wake of the midterm elections I’ve been thinking about political movies.
It’s a long way from New England, but back in the Olde Worlde the Sheffield Doc/Fest is happening now. Check out their website for a long list of
Creepy experimental animators the Quay Brothers (Brothers Quay?), have been commissioned to make a film at the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia. I visited the Mutter recently
When even A.O. Scott is having a hard time defining contemporary documentary, imagine how difficult it must be for the rest of us: New York