Journal of Film and Video

Journal of Film and Video is a magazine focusing on Film and Video

Articles from Vol. 61, No. 1, Spring

Documentary and Collaboration: Placing the Camera in the Community
IN THE LAST DECADE, DOCUMENTARY FILMS have experienced a surge in mainstream popularity, as demonstrated by the financial and critical successes of Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004), An Inconvenient Truth (2006), and March of the Penguins (2005). The public's appetite...
Film Collaboration and Creative Conflict
SCENARIO: THREE STUDENT CREWS SPEND a weekend creating short group projects. They have all received the same technical training and are using the same type of equipment. There is a balance of previous experience, strengths, and liabilities in each crew....
Intercollegiate and Community Collaboration: Film Productions for Students and Community Volunteers
The "Tribulations" of CollaborationsTHE COLLEGIATE SYSTEM PUTS MUCH STRONGER emphasis on intercollegiate competition than it does collaboration, so the idea of intercollegiate collaboration carries a peculiar burden even for film and video productions,...
Introduction
THE IMPULSE FOR THIS SPECIAL ISSUE on teaching about and through collaboration comes from a shared search for answers to the question, "how might production students work more productively and more harmoniously with others-peers, professionals, and members...
Notes on Collaboration: Assessing Student Behaviors
The relationships on the set of a film are incredibly important and interdependent and ultimately affect what gets put on film. I firmly believe this, some people may argue with that, but I firmly believe it- especially on a low budget film.Tom DiCillo,...
The Individual in Collaborative Media Production
FILM EDUCATION IN THE UNITED STATES DOES NOT BEGIN IN FILM SCHOOL. By the time students enter a college film production1 classroom, they have seen countless movies, television shows, and YouTube shorts; listened to all kinds of music; and read plays,...