Film critic and journalist Eric Hynes visited the Murray Center in October to discuss the extensive parallels he sees between the New Journalism movement of the 1960s and current trends in cinematic documentary film. Hynes used Robert Greene’s Kate Plays Christine as a jumping off point for his exploration of these parallels, discussing the film…

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An in-depth Q&A hosted by the Jonathan B. Murray Center for Documentary Journalism and led by filmmaker-in-chief Robert Greene, featured filmmakers Lyric Cabral and David Felix Sutcliffe explaining what went into their Sundance award-winning documentary (T)ERROR. The co-directors appeared for two days at the center as the kick-off visiting artists for the 2016-17 school year in…

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Over the last year, true crime has made a thundering return to the proverbial water cooler. A genre previously dominated by sensationalized TV news programs like NBC’s Dateline has found new life in streaming form–and as documentaries. Instead of taking on a new murder every week, this new family of programs focuses on one case…

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