DOX #97 Spring 2013 is out
The Spring 2013 issue of DOX Magazine is now available. It comes with articles on Why Poverty?, The Act of Killing, the ART:FILMS initiative, interactive storytelling, animated documentaries, Craig Baldwins essay-films and Nick Fraser’s look at the documentary future.
In addition to the articles covering a variety of aspects on documentary filmmaking, this issue of DOX comes with a DVD containing the film Solar Mamas by Mona Eldaif & Jehane Noujaim.
The huge cross-country and cross platform Why Poverty? project has been launched and DOX takes a closer look at some of then films from the series and talks Mette Hoffman Meyer, DR, who is one of the key figures in the project.
The Act of Killing is one of the most stunning and horrifying documentaries in a long time and DOX has spoken to the director Joshua Oppenheimer and philosopher Slavoj Zizek takes a look at the disturbing insight into the ethical deadlock of global capitalism.
DOX also reports from the arty forum at CPH:DOX, the storytelling seminar at Leipzig, the interactive documentary conference at IDFA and films from Afghanistan.
After 4 years as editor in chief of DOX Truls Lie is leaving the magazine. He ends by sharing his views on where documentary production is heading in the years to come. Thank you Truls Lie for the last 4 years. We wish him all the best in his future endevours. Vibeke Bryld is now taking over as editor of DOX.
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