To talk about my thoughts of the excellent documentary “Stories We Tell” in any detail would be robbing you of the joy of seeing it for yourself, of letting its layers unfold like slowly blooming petals.
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The Politics of Competitive Board Gaming Amongst Friends
I just caught this highly entertaining geek culture documentary short film by Jay Cheel, host of the Documentary Blog podcast, which is one of my favorite podcasts. It’s called “The Politics of Competitive Board Gaming Amongst Friends.”
Art docs: prodigies and outsiders
There’s something extremely fascinating about those rare individuals who function on a higher plane, however dysfunctional or detached from the rest of society. The art world, as any other, knows its prodigies and outsiders alike. Here a few good documentaries that cover a wide range of such people.
Trailer Roundup (vol. 12)
“Whatever happened to the trailer roundups,” you ask? That’s what I’d like to know.
Protagonist vs. Fast, Cheap & Out of Control
I suppose the comparison was inevitable, if not obvious. The new documentary Protagonist by Jessica Yu finds a good template in Errol Morris’ opus Fast, Cheap & Out of Control.
Trailer Roundup (vol. 11)
Let’s all go to the movies!
Breckenridge Film Festival, 2005
A few weekends ago, I drove up into the mountains of Colorado. Was I going camping, you ask?
The Five Stages of Grief
I had the good fortune of being recommended to a local university student as a videographer for her creative project…
This is a film I put together for my sister…
If we culturally allow our young girls to pierce their ears, then it would be hypocritical of us to disallow those same girls to pierce their belly buttons or noses.