Full Frame Documentary Film Festival
Saturday, April 14, 2012

There are numerous films about family. There are fewer films about the filmmakers' own families. And even rarer, are the talented artists whose body of work returns time and time again to reflect upon their own familial dynamics. This panel focuses on three filmmakers who have done just that. How do you encourage collaboration from your family, not just once, but over and over? How does one balance singular storytelling with universal themes?

Panelists include filmmakers: Alan Berliner, INTIMATE STRANGER; Doug Block, 51 BIRCH STREET; Ross McElwee, PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY

Moderator: Nancy Buirski, THE LOVING STORY

About:
Full Frame is proud to present the A&E IndieFilms Speakeasy for the second year in 2012. The venue hosts a number of panel conversations over the course of the annual festival that are free and open to the public. The Speakeasy offers a casual, intimate setting where a small audience can listen to industry leaders take on topics that are at the heart of the documentary community today.

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