Alex & Orla discuss the highlight of Sundance 2022: creative nonfiction. We discuss active listening, reframing history, and a risk-taking volcanologist couple.
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This episode features Editor-in-Chief Alex Heeney and Executive Editor Orla Smith
On this episode:
- Related episodes (1:26)
- Sundance overview (4:22)
- 32 Sounds (Sam Green) (8:59)
- Reframing history: Framing Agnes (Chase Joynt), The Janes (Tia Lessin), & Tantura (Alon Schwarz) (29:27)
- I Didn’t See You There (Reid Davenport) (44:10)
- Fire of Love (Sara Dosa) (47:34)
- All That Breathes (Shaunak Sen) & Mija (Isabel Castro) (52:51)
- Conclusion (57:31)
- Read our selections of the 10 best films of Sundance 2022
- Read Orla’s interview with Director Chase Joynt and co-writer Morgan M Page about Framing Agnes
- Read Orla’s review of Reid Davenport’s I Didn’t See You There
- Read Orla’s review of Isabel Castro’s Mija
- Read Orla’s review of Shaunak Sen’s All That Breathes
- View a online version of Joe Bini and Maya Daisy Hawke’s Little Ethiopia
- For more on creative nonfiction, purchase our ebook Subjective realities: The art of creative nonfiction film. Subjective realities is a six part ebook composed of interviews and essays. Discover the myriad forms of nonfiction filmmaking, from animation to archival and beyond, and find out what funding structures exist to make them possible.
- The episode’s transcript is auto-generated and contains minor errors