A Place For Film – Documentary Filmmaker Doug Blush

On this week's episode we've got documentary filmmaker Doug Blush in the studio.

A still from The Invisible War, edited by Doug Blush.

Photo: Copyright 2012 - Cinedigm/Docudrama Films

A still from The Invisible War, edited by Doug Blush.

Episode 125 – Documentary Filmmaker Doug Blush

On this week’s episode we’ve got documentary filmmaker Doug Blush in the studio. He’s the editor of such films as These Amazing Shadows, and the Oscar-nominated Invisible War, and the director of the film Of Two Minds.

We start with What Have You Seen Lately, and Andy is discussing the documentary Los Angeles Plays Itself.

We then turn to documentary film making. We discuss how Doug got into the community, what brought him to editing, and the line between editor and director. We also discuss specific films in his filmography, and how digital distribution changed the industry.

Video – Discussion With Documentary Filmmaker Doug Blush

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Movies Mentioned In This Episode:

An American in Paris
Angela
Beer Wars
Chinatown
Citizen Kane
Dark Victory
Detropia
Homeland
How Tasty Was My Little Frenchman
In Motion: Amiri Baraka
In the House
Los Angeles Plays Itself
Lost Kisses
Memoirs of Prison
Oblivion
Of Two Minds
Outrage
Primer
Rainbow Black: Poet Sara W. Fabio
Searching for Sugar Man
Silver Linings Playbook
The Bad and the Beautiful
The Dark Sea
The Invisible War
The Lords of Salem
The Notebook
The Thin Blue Line
These Amazing Shadows
To Die for Tano
Twenty Feet from Stardom
Upstream Color
Wagner & Me
Word Play

Andy Hunsucker

Andy Hunsucker is the creator and co-host of A Place for Film - The IU Cinema podcast. Along with his co-host Jason Thompson, he produces a weekly podcast focusing on events at the IU Cinema, and film at Indiana University. He also designs posters and video animations for the Cinema on a volunteer basis.

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