"Two days ago I was at lunch, sat next to a documentary maker from New York City. [...] He complained that the events he was touring were full of “dreadful” films made by students and other amateurs who had never learned the basic rules of filmmaking. He concluded that we are witnessing the death of the “proper” documentary as “everybody thinks they can make a film”.
He was clearly not at the Learning on Screen Awards last week."
In our latest blog, DLA Co-Founder Adam Salkeld reflects upon the impressive talent at this year's Learning on Screen Awards. Read it here.