Lecture by Emmy Award winning Documentary Filmmaker, Professor Alan Rosenthal.
Prof. Rosenthal's lecture will focus on:
- writing documentary,
- documentary problems,
- the hybrid documentary.
Alan Rosenthal is a world expert on documentary films, specializing in producing and directing documentary and docudrama, and international film co-operation. He has written 11 books on documentary filmmaking and has over 50 films to his name, as Writer, Director, and Producer.
Films include: The First Fagin, Waves of Freedom, Stalin's Last Purge, Mysteries of Jerusalem, and, Heritage: Civilization and the Jews.
Books include: Writing, Producing and Directing Documentary Film and Video, Writing Docudrama: Dramatizing Reality for Film and TV, The Documentary Diaries, and Why Docudrama? Fact-Fiction for Film and TV.
Awards include: Emmy, Peabody Journalism, Cine Eagle, Outstanding Achievement Award - International Documentary Association.
Alan Rosenthal is Visiting Professor at Stanford University, and the British, Australian, Mexican, Swedish, and Hong Kong National Film Institutes.