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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Carol MacKeogh; Dióg O'Connell
|Description:||xviii, 176 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction: Documentary in a changing state / Carol MacKeogh and Díóg O'Connell --
pt. 1. Documentary: theory and practice. Speaking out: the role of documentary / Harvey O'Brien --
Transnational scenographies of care: the performance of migrant identities in documentary film / Alan Grossman --
Unheard voices: recording stories from the troubles / Jolene Mairs and Cahal McLaughlin --
Documentary film and history / Desmond Bell --
pt. 2. Documentary: critical practice. True north: the ethics of consent / Alan Gilsenan --
The power of one: Dear daughter and Stolen lives / Louis Lentin --
The faith factor, skill and chance: five years in Would you believe / Julian Vignoles --
Home truths: Prime time investigates nursing homes and Leas Cross / Máire Kearney --
pt. 3. Documentary: policy and politics. The life of an independent film-maker: some tales from the trenches / Donald Taylor Black --
'An appointment to view': the role of RTÉ's Independent Production Unit in documentary making in Ireland / Kevin Rafter --
Cláracha Fáisnéise ar TG4/Documentary Programmes on TG4 / Ruth Lysaght & Rachel Lysaght --
Digital impacts on documentary in Ireland / Pat Brereton --
pt. 4. Towards the future: interviews with key players. Interview with Ken Wardrop, director of His & hers (2010) / Díóg O'Connell --
Interview with Alan Maher, production executive, Irish Film Board / Carol MacKeogh --
Interview with Mary Raftery, director of States of fear (1999) and Cardinal secrets (2002) / Carol MacKeogh --
Tables. Table 1: RTÉ and independent commissions, 2004-2008 --
Table 2: Minimum statutory spend on independent productions, 2004-2008 --
Table 3: Total spend on independent productions, 2004-2008 --
Table 4: Independent commissioned programming hours, 2004-2008 --
Table 5: IPU spend on independent commissioned documentaries, 2004-2008.
|Responsibility:||edited by Carol MacKeogh and Díóg O'Connell.|
This book gives a fascinating insight into the working life of documentary makers - it captures the passion that drives them, the commitment they make to their craft, and the issues they tackle in
- Documentary films -- Social aspects -- Ireland.
- Documentary television programs -- Social aspects -- Ireland.
- Documentary films -- Political aspects -- Ireland.
- Documentary television programs -- Political aspects -- Ireland.
- Dokumentärfilm -- politiska aspekter -- Irland.
- Dokumentärfilm, Irland.