Tagged: genre: documentary
There’s something about sports documentaries that captures the imagination in a way that simply doesn’t happen with other genres.
This year I bested myself. From the 384 movies that I saw, I’ll make my customary list of favorite films discoveries from year 2014 downward.
Over three years, director Alexandra Cuerdo focused her documentary Ulam (which translates to “main dish” in Tagalog) on several Filipino-American chefs and restaurant owners working to make Philippine cuisine better known and appreciated.
Music is many things, but as a viable career option, it can be very challenging. Between national tours to playing in run-down establishments to just a few audience members, the life of a musician...
A series like Netflix’s Abstract: The Art of Design highlights the importance of design in the lives we lead nowadays, especially in an environment with a ubiquitous use of technology, which relies a lot of its seamless use to the developing of a good user interface (UI) and a good user experience (UX).
Another year gone by, another huge list of movies watched.
2017 still has plenty to offer the LGBT film oeuvre. Here are some LGBT films with the best online reviews still to open this year.
Like thousands of others, I count myself fortunate to have attended this year’s True/False Film Fest. Braving the cold weather, stuffing yourself with delicious food, making great friends, meeting up with old friends… All to watch as many documentaries!
Sometimes, there’s nothing better than sitting down and watching a great documentary.
Intriguing, if not quite satisfying, Bingo, the Documentary delves into underground world of bingo. Filmmaker John Jeffcoat takes an unanticipated, and often endearing look at all that is this familiar family game!