“The Social Dilemma” is perhaps the most necessary film of the past five years.
Côte de Boeuf, wagyu brisket sliders, Peruvian border ceviche, uni dynamite rice, Los Angeles bacon street dog and Pasta a la Raimi are only a few of the mouthwatering dishes featured in the third volume of “The Chef Show.” While the close-up shots of the food are enticing, the featured dishes are far from being the only appealing aspects of “The Chef Show.”
This Netflix documentary series stars filmmaker Jon Favreau and chef Roy Choi.
A documentary produced by students and faculty was recently nominated in the Documentary/Historical category of the Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards.
Ithaca College senior Alisha Tamarchenko, traveled to Pune, India, over winter break to work on a documentary project with the nonprofit eCoexist.
On an October night in 2018, a woman in a shiny black leotard stood inside a homemade wrestling ring with blood dripping down her face and streaking her blue face paint as she surveyed her opponent.
“I said, ‘I’m not going to die today.’ I said, ‘Today is not my day,’” a young girl tells the camera just a few minutes into the Netflix documentary “Fire in Paradise.” She can’t be over 10 years old, yet the way she articulates her experience escaping a raging wildfire makes her seem older.
Orlowski is a cinematographer and founder of Exposure Labs, a production group that focuses on creating films about social issues like climate change.
The Ithaca College Roy H. Park School of Communications wrapped up a series of programs for Women in Media Month, held in conjunction with Women’s History Month, with an event March 31 that featured a panel to discuss the challenge of dual identity that is faced in the Latin American community and a showing of a short documentary about a Puerto Rican youth.