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.
Date and Time
LAB026 (This lecture theatre can be accessed via Helmore building and will be signposted from the main reception).
Anglia Ruskin University