Category Archive: Films/Documentaries

Learn about the Independent film and Documentary industry.

Sep 15

Educating Autism The Reality Show

Educating Autism is a reality based program that focuses on the day to day functions and challenges of the internal staff at a private school in the state of Arizona.  Join us for an interview with program creator Jerry Barrett. (I.M)  Jerry, where did you come up with the concept of Educating Autism? (J.B)  It’s …

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Sep 08

The Boy Within

The Boy Within is a short film created as part of the 2010 San Diego 48 hour Film Fest.  Based on the 1920’s circa era this short was filmed, edited, and produced by a small team of individuals with completion literally minutes away from show time.  Join us for a Q&A with John Seaman the …

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May 12

The Incident At Tower 37

In the middle of a dry, desolate landscape stands Tower 37: a shimmering water processing station, siphoning every last drop of water from a once pristine lake. Day in and day out the station’s lone steward monitors the tower’s activities, never realizing that Tower 37 is slowly destroying an entire ecosystem. But when two unexpected guests …

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Apr 17

In The Name Of Freedom

“In The Name Of Freedom” is a seventeen minute short which takes a good look into the female soldiers perspective when facing capture, torture and interrogation. Watch the trailer by clicking here. Filmed on a microscopic budget, and supported by friends Isabel Cueva Wrote, Directed and Acted lead role in this heart pounding drama.  Join us …

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Apr 02

First Flight: The Documentary

First Flight: A Mother Hummingbird’s Story A film by Noriko & Don Carroll One of nature’s smallest birds, a Black-chinned Hummingbird, built her nest on a backyard clothesline in Las Vegas, Nevada. The clothesline belonged to a team of documentary filmmakers, Noriko and Don Carroll, authors of the highly acclaimed book, First Flight: A Mother …

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Mar 09

The Antarctica Challenge

The Antarctica Challenge: A Global Warning SCREENING AND SPEAKING OPPORTUNITY: International Polar Year (2007 to 2009) was a call to the world’s scientific community to study climate change in our fragile polar regions. While much has been written about the social scientific research done in the Arctic, very little has surfaced from the physical scientific research done in Antarctica. The …

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Jan 26

American Harmony: The Documentary

American Harmony is a documentary film that takes an in-depth look at the world of competitive barbershop singing.  In this issue of Inkless Magazine we will be talking to Aengus James,   Director/Producer of this heartfelt comedy that is sure to put the spring back into the step of barbershop quartets. (I.M.)  Aengus, as a …

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Dec 08

The Brothers Warner

The Brothers Warner is the true documentary story of the founding years of Warner Bros pictures and distribution.  Founded on extreme humble beginnings by brothers Harry, Jack, Abe and Sam, Warner Bros has played a significant role in supporting The American Dream. Join us in this exclusive interview with Cass Warner to know more about …

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Nov 30

Little Miss Dewie: A Duckumentary

Little Miss Dewie Duck is a documented story of compassion and humanity caught in action.  What started out as a few hours of time to help an orphaned duck led to a journey to find the right home for a helpless animal.  Sacrificing the comforts of her home,work schedule, and even facing eviction from her …

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Sep 01

Blood into Wine, The Arizona Stronghold

So what does one do as a new venture after selling 10 million copies of music? Would you take up race car driving? Open a chain of restaurants or, go into real estate? We found that one individual took a road less traveled, and started his own vineyard. In the early 90’s Maynard James Keenan …

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