David Jablonski

The New York Times did an impressing Op-Doc regarding a genre of documentary filmmaking I didn't even know existed. In the US, lawyers are allowed to make films to lure judges into making their sentence a little less severe (or in some cases, a lot less severe). Documentary filmmaking entails a lot of ethical greyareas – how close to reality can a film even be?

“Dip to black, baby.”

A random article from the blog

Audience Engagment done right.

Normally, when the audience at a concert decides to contribute something to the concert, it either ends up being really good or really bad. This Egyptian maestro embraced the situation and just dealt…

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