"Climate . Change" is a 6-episode short documentary film series in which global climate experts, financiers and entrepreneurs assess the gravity of the planet's situation and share their fears, hopes and inventions, while opening the door to promising sustainable solutions

When the Academy announced its nominees for the 88th Academy Awards, the grandest film award show, a number of big stars and filmmakers spoke out against the lack of diversity and refused to attend. Spike Lee, director of Do the

When you watch a terrifying or heartbreaking documentary, are you moved to do something more than just "share" the news on Twitter and Instagram? Participant Media is trying to discover what films work on the people's social conscience and what films

If you had traveled to the Middle East as a professional journalist or an independent filmmaker, we would have probably been investigating the mysterious story of your disappearance. Otherwise, you should count yourself lucky if you are reading this article

Huset-KBH is a free space for live music, movies, theatre, performing arts, spoken words and other creative ideas since 1970. It has provided possibilities for many different unique experiences, events and festivals throughout the years, while today it holds 1,500

Why does filmmaking take such a long time? At the end of the day, the equipment is so accessible and the talent so flexible that it should be fairly easy, right? But still, the process of making a film often

Across the world, there are over 10000 film festivals. Some are huge and attract a lot of press, celebrity power, and money such as the Cannes International Film Festival or Sundance Film Festival. However, most of the festivals are smaller,

I discovered the crowdfunding around 2010 when it was about the hottest topic on everyone's lips at every film festival I attended. However, the crowdfunding landscape has changed dramatically since I ran my first campaign in 2012. In this article,

An independent filmmaker's life is challenging and this is how I became one. I was in my last year of the film school when I told one of my tutors that I was only interested in following in the footsteps

Nana Guar, in her September 2015 article featured on the Corporate Citizenship blog, pointed out that: “It can even be argued that SDG 16  (Sustainable Development Goal n.16: Peace, justice and strong institutions)  is the most important goal, without which

When the news broke that Prince Harry was to marry the American actress Meghan Markle, I was so glad to be in France. Too much British media grovelling and gushing can be seriously bad for my self-esteem as a feudal

Interview with Magda Olchawska, director and producer of Anna & Modern Day Slavery (out in 2017 - available on YouTube in 2018) Seven years ago, I met Magda Olchawska by chance, through our common love for literature. But Magda is not

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