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Roger Graef Warns Media Students: Beware of “Counterfeit Intimacy” and Watch More Television
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Roger Graef Warns Media Students: Beware of “Counterfeit Intimacy” and Watch More Television

By Jack Schouten The filmmaker behind documentaries such as Iceland Foods: Life Inside the Freezer Cabinet and Great Ormond Street has told students at Middlesex University, London, to “watch more television”.  He made the comments when interviewed by Professor Kurt Barling for the University’s Broadcasting Today series, which showcases and interviews eminent figures from within … Continue reading

Film Makers Urge Young People to Watch Documentaries
Broadcasting Today

Film Makers Urge Young People to Watch Documentaries

By Yasmine Jackson Two highly successful practitioners in the television industry have been left stunned to find that young people are not watching documentaries. The successful Broadcasting Today format at Middlesex University returned for its final episode of 2013 featuring Roger Graef, one of Britain’s leading television documentary-makers and Magnus Temple, documentary director responsible for … Continue reading

Behind the Headlines
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Behind the Headlines

By Jennifer Igiri Filmmakers Roger Graef and Magnus Temple featured on Broadcasting Today at Middlesex University in October, offering students insights into the world of Documentaries. Being a filmmaker in the 21st Century induces a desire for an abundance of technology at one’s disposal. Temple encourages students not to get carried away by the paraphernalia, … Continue reading