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How has the documentary form emerged as one of the most vital and exciting branches of filmmaking today? Advances in technologies for acquisition, editing, and innovative distribution have changed the face of documentary filmmaking. This panel will explore the expanding repertoire of production formats available to the documentarist. With the advent of hybrid narrative/documentary forms to film and television, this panel will consider future trends in documentary topics, production styles, and distribution mechanisms in this fast-changing marketplace of ideas.
ALEXANDRE O. PHILIPPE is a Swiss film director best known for the documentary films DOC OF THE DEAD, THE PEOPLE VS. GEORGE LUCAS, and the 2017 post-modern documentary examination of the Psycho shower scene directed by Alfred Hitchcock entitled 78/52 which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. His latest film, THE TAKING, is an official selection of this year’s HIFF.
LISA D’APOLITO is an Emmy nominated producer, director and archivist. Lisa’s film documentary, LOVE, GILDA, was selected as the opening night film of the Tribeca Film Festival, was distributed theatrically through Magnolia Pictures, had a broadcast premiere on CNN and was nominated for 2 creative Emmy’s. She is currently in production on a new documentary about Hawai‘i-born cult director Albert Pyun.