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The Best Documentaries of All TimeIntroduction The new Sight & Sound Documentary Poll is the result of a ‘why didn’t we think of that before’ moment. In the light of the amazing recent success and cultural impact of several nonfiction films, a group of curators, myself included, were chewing over what the BFI might do specifically for documentary films and television. It soon became obvious that we were not sure exactly what it was that we were trying to discuss. I’m usually loath to do anything that takes lustre away from Sight & Sound’s ten-year poll of the Greatest Films of All Time but a new poll seemed to me the most obvious solution to getting a full view of the documentary canon. What’s remarkable about the Top 50 documentaries list is that it feels so fresh.
'How Creativity Works': It's All In Your ImaginationiStockphoto.com What makes people creative? What gives some of us the ability to create work that captivates the eyes, minds and hearts of others? Jonah Lehrer, a writer specializing in neuroscience, addresses that question in his new book, Imagine: How Creativity Works.Spec-Net Building Index News LoungeWeekly E-News Lounge - 13th February 2013 Eco | Building & Construction | Interior | Industry | Home Eco News Building & Construction News Interior Design NewsThe LatestRecent books The Reflexive Imperative in Late Modernity Margaret S. Archer This book completes Margaret Archer's trilogy investigating the role of reflexivity in mediating between structure and agency. What do young people want from life?