Robert Greene reflects on a year of remote documentary classes.
Robert Greene is a filmmaker and writer. His films include Bisbee ’17, Kate Plays Christine, and Actress. He’s also edited many films, including Her Smell. He is a regular contributor to Sight & Sound and serves as filmmaker-in-chief at the Murray Center for Documentary Journalism at the University of Missouri.
Where Does Independent Documentary Go From Here?
Leading filmmakers Cecilia Aldarondo and Robert Greene discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted their field, and what the future might hold.
Professional Wrestling Takes a Cinematic Turn Amid the Pandemic
Having to put on shows without crucial audience participation is forcing new evolution within wrestling.
How the Decade’s Best Documentaries Chart Radical Changes in Filmmaking
The 2010s were a seismic time for nonfiction filmmaking. Director Robert Greene considers how the craft has evolved, and continues to evolve.
Reconsidering The Jinx as Robert Durst Goes on Trial
Robert Durst will soon be tried for murder in part because of HBO’s true crime series about him. What does it mean if the fact that the documentary was misleadingly edited impacts the verdict?