Documentary Film Festivals Vol. 1: Methods, History, Politics (Framing Film Festivals) (Paperback)

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By Aida Vallejo (Editor), Ezra Winton (Editor)
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1. Introduction: Documentary Film Festivals; Aida Vallejo and Ezra Winton2. Defining Documentary in the Festival Circuit: A Conversation with Bill Nichols; Aida VallejoPart I: Research and Methods3. Film Festival Research Workshops: Debates on Methodology; Skadi Loist4. The Data-driven Festival: Recordkeeping and Archival Practices; Heather L. BarnesPart II. Histories and Origins5. The Rise of Documentary Festivals: A Historical Approach; Aida Vallejo6. The Film Festival as a Vehicle for Memory Officialization: The Afterlife of WWII in the Yugoslav Documentary and Short Film Festival, 1954-2004; Dunja Jelenkovic7. Forging a Cultural Elite: Nyon and the Age of Programmers; Christian Jungen8. Finding a Position on the Global Map of Film Festivals: The Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival; Eija NiskanenPart III: Politics and Policies9. The Independent and Underground Film Festival: The Case of DOChina; Tit Leung Cheung10. Mainstreaming Documentary and Activism at Toronto's Hot Docs Festival; Ezra Winton11. The Development of Documentary Film Festivals in India: A Small-media Phenomenon; Giulia Battaglia12. Found in Translation: Film Festivals, Documentary, and the Preservation of Linguistic Diversity; Ant a L pez-G mez, Aida Vallejo, Mar a Soli a Barreiro, and Amanda Paz Alencar.

About the Author

Aida Vallejo is Associate Professor at the University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Spain. Ezra Winton is a Visiting Scholar at the ReImagining Value Action Lab at Lakehead University, Canada.

Product Details
ISBN: 9783030173227
ISBN-10: 3030173224
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: June 12th, 2021
Pages: 296
Language: English
Series: Framing Film Festivals