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Director Nanette Burstein Revisits Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan 20 Years After the "Whack Heard Around the World" in ESPN Films' 'The Price of Gold'

Tonya Harding, "The Price of Gold"Tonya Harding, “The Price of Gold”Director Nanette Burstein earned a Directors Guild Award and an Oscar nomination for her first documentary, On the Ropes, a low-budget film shot using a Sony Handycam.

Zachary Heinzerling: Directing 'Cutie and the Boxer'

Zachary Heinzerling has an extensive education in documentary filmmaking. As a camera operator and associate producer, his credits include HBO’s Emmy Award-winning films Breaking the Huddle, Assault in the Ring, and Lombardi.

Freedom Fighter: Ann Shin

In her latest film, The Defector: Escape From North Korea, Canadian director Ann Shin profiles the plight of those who make it out of North Korea with both a traditional documentary that chronicles the human trafficking process and an interactive game that allows players to assume the part of a defecto

Docudrama: Navigating the Legal Issues of Documentary Filmmaking

For documentarians, the only thing more complicated than making your film could be the legal blowback after it’s released. Just ask director Lauren Greenfield. While Greenfield’s film, The Queen of Versailles, was nabbing the 2012 Directing Award for U.S.

Eye-opener: Mike Simpson

Mike Simpson set out to study philosophy, but when he added a major in film and started working on student projects while studying at the University of Texas, Austin, he became fascinated with how light can radically change the visual artistry in a film.

Pitch Perfect

The ATX Television Festival kicks off in Austin, Texas this weekend and for those who are just itching to unleash their brilliant pilot ideas onto the world, the fest means one thing—the chance to make it big. This year, ATX is adding a pitch competition wherein those looking to break into Hollywood can present their television show ideas to a panel of judges that include Bill Lawrence,

On Location: Study Abroad Filmmaking for a Cause

Founded by husband and wife Robin Canfield and Aubrie Cambell, the pair’s philanthropic production company leads student-based film crews around the world to recount the stories of individuals and organizations that are leading sustainable initiatives to thwart chronic social and environmental problems.

Time for a Change: Kip Pastor

In Organic We Trust is the latest release from Kip Pastor, a producer, writer, and director who traveled quite an interesting road to his career in film.