Documentary Film World
Using geographic information systems mapping, this project archives, locates and links to feature-length documentary films from across the world that have influenced social change over the last 100 years.
To recommend a film, email Mark Terry with the film name, social issue it addresses, city & country where it is set, year it was released and link to view the film. Please note that only open-access films that can be viewed online are included.
Mark Terry email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Explore the world of and through documentary films.
|Climate Change, Film|
Mark Terry, PhD, Project Lead
The Geo-Doc: Explorations in Digital Media | Library, Research
The Geo-Doc: Enhancing Environmental Education Through Geomedia | Library, Research
Audience Mobilization: New Approaches to Documentary Film Engagement | Library, Research
"The Geo-Doc" Tops List of Documentary Books to Read in 2020 | 13 April 2020
Postdoctoral Fellow's New Book Published Online | 4 February 2020
Mark Terry Chairs Panel "Visual Worlds of Colonial Reverberation" | 14 June 2019
Documentary Filmmaker Launches Three New Projects | 3 May 2019
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