Posts tagged "Mick Dumke"

EOC spotlight on: Mick Dumke & Kevin Warwick, Chicago Reader

EOC spotlight on: Mick Dumke & Kevin Warwick, Chicago Reader
What makes a great magazine feature? Sometimes one great story can fuel a single article. Sometimes, though, a reporter can pull a few parallel stories together and turn that into a great story. That is the approach behind “Criminal Courts,” the latest cover story in the Reader. It comes from Kevin Warwick and our pal... Read more »

People with Passion: Mick Dumke

People with Passion: Mick Dumke
A People with Passion series Chicago journalism August 15, 2011: Mick Dumke If you have lived in Chicago for more than six months, it’s possible you don’t know Mick Dumke’s name, but you probably know his work. Along with fellow reporter Ben Joravsky, Dumke was instrumental in guiding Chicago into awareness of our shady¬†tax increment... Read more »

Thoughts on the Interrupters: Is documentary filmmaking journalism?

Thoughts on the Interrupters: Is documentary filmmaking journalism?
I saw The Interrupters¬†Friday at the Gene Siskel Film Center, a powerful film that I am still turning over in my head. Among the many thoughts I had while watching it was: can documentary filmmaking be considered a form of journalism? I think so… And for now, I’m not even going to attempt to answer... Read more »
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