The process of creating a documentary often follows its own narrative arc: a filmmaker sets out to create a film, faces a set of successes and failures, and eventually triumphs. For Mayeta Clark, her journey began with a walk on a December day.
Forever Queens began as a student project in a classroom at Columbia Journalism School. Now, a year and a half later, it’s a feature length documentary film. (more…)
Columbia J-School alums Alexander Hotz and Kristofer Ríos recently published a story about Puerto Rico’s drug addicts, a hugely ignored public health crisis on the island. The team spoke to Columbia Visuals about their process: from finding the story to teaming up, and getting it published. (more…)