Posts Tagged ‘director’

“The Misery of Others”: The Ethics of Filming People on the Edge


* This is a guest post by Oisin Curran, web writer for the web doc Here At Home. More on this topic on the Here At Home blog. In a recent post we talked about the ethical questions raised by the At Home study. It seems only fair that we now turn the lens on

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Final farewell to prolific NFB filmmaker and producer Tom Daly


Distinguished Canadian film director and producer Tom Daly has died this past Sunday, September 18, 2011, after a long illness. He was 94. Daly’s contribution to the NFB is rich and diverse. A filmmaker in his own right (he directed numerous wartimes films, 6 of which you may watch here), Daly is best know for


Paying tribute to Gilles Carle, legendary Quebec film director


Gilles Carle passed away over the weekend. To many people outside the French-speaking population of Quebec, the name might not ring any bells. But it should. Gilles Carle was an extraordinary director who pushed boundaries with films that dealt with sexuality, loss of innocence and Quebec’s distinct culture. Amongst his works are classics like La


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