to Senator Hillary Clinton
She wants to spend $90 million to find out whether TV is bad for
kids. Here's my suggestion...
March 10, 2005
Thom Powers reports for Time Out Mumbai on India-related entries
at the Sundance Film Festival
Feb 11, 2005
Eyes on the
Prize, Off the Shelf
Due to copyright issues, the landmark civil rights documentary can
no longer be shown on television or released on DVD.
January 16, 2005
Powers profiles a new generation of film archivists for the Boston
December 12, 2004
F. Kennedy Library Lecture
Powers discusses "Primary"
November 16, 2003
Powers examines two classic documentaries about JFK, "Primary"
and "Crisis" for the Boston Globe, November 16, 2003
on the NRA
"Outgunned: Up Against the NRA" reviewed for the Los Angeles
Times Book Review.
May 18, 2003
Who Wants to Fund a Documentary?
Powers reports on Amsterdam’s documentary pitch forum for
the Boston Globe’s “Ideas” section.
February 9, 2003
Up With All the Documentaries?
Laura Putre writes about Sugar Pictures documentary workshop in
Cleveland Scene. January 1, 2003
Leaving the Past Behind
Powers reports on doc-making in Egypt for Real Screen.
April 1, 2002
on a Solid Foundation
Powers and Shebana Coehlo survey foundation funding in Real Screen.
Novemer 1, 2000
Powers explores the pros and cons of release forms for Real Screen.
October 1, 2000
a Foothold in India
Powers reports on natural history docs in India for Real Screen.
August 1, 2000
Powers reports on natural history docs in China for Real Screen.
August 1, 2000
to Ashes, History to Dust?
Powers reports on the Grinberg Archives for Real Screen.
May 1, 2000
Keeper: The U.S. National Archives
Powers examines challenges facing the National Archives for Real
February 1, 2000
Video Interview with Powers & Spadola on Sugar Pictures
Interview with Powers & Spadola on "Private Dicks: Men