Tag Archives: Documentary Film

Visualising warfare

Here are two projects, one by artist Isao Hashimoto, and the other by the incredible Bureau of Investigative Journalism. The first maps the testing of nuclear bombs around the world from 1945 to 1998, colour coordinated to mark the country … Continue reading

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The draw of disaster and post apocalyptic media

The history of humanity is littered with a perverse fascination of catastrophe on a global scale. Is this pessimistic or could the disaster genre be the last remnants of a utopian vision? – The disintegration of our current man-made systems, … Continue reading

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Spike Lee – When the Levees Broke

When the Levees Broke by Spike Lee I urge everyone to watch this four part documentary film for a raw portrayal of humanity in modern society. Spike Lee covers the disastrous series of events that devastated the city of New … Continue reading

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