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Warren Buckland <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 21 Aug 2012 19:06:23 +0100
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Dear Colleagues,

The latest issue (10, 3, September 2012) of the ‘New Review of Film and
Television Studies’ has just been published: a Special Issue on Documentary
Ethics, edited by Willemien Sanders:

Editorial. The ethics of documentary filmmaking: an empirical turn

Willemien Sanders

Telling stories: The narrative study of documentary ethics

Kate Nash

Collaboration and ethics in documentary filmmaking - a case study

Steve Thomas

The ethical stance and its representation in the expressive techniques of
documentary filming: a case study of 'Tagged'

Kay Donovan

Perceived ethical conflict in U.S. documentary filmmaking: a field report

Patricia Aufderheide

The aggie will come first indeed. A survey on documentary filmmakers
dealing with participants

Willemien Sanders

Yours sincerely,

Warren Buckland
Reader in Film Studies
Oxford Brookes University

New Book:
*Film Theory: Rational Reconstructions:*

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