Tagged: genre: documentary
Director Carol Morley undertakes the difficult task of reconstructing the life of Joyce Vincent, and explores how a vibrant and much-loved young woman could so easily slip through the cracks of society.
How do you review a movie that isn’t a movie? This is not a review and Jafar Panahi didn’t make a movie.
Jennie Livingston chronicles the lives of some of the Black and Latino gay youth in NYC who’ve been turned out of their homes, ostracised by their communities, and left to fend for themselves. They learn how to survive, how to gain and express absolute self-confidence.
Black Power Mixtape is an educational masterpiece in the world of documentaries that gives us general perspectives of the Black Power Movement as well as specific delineations of strong characters within.
Does mainstream and “traditional’ media still have a place in the now fast-space internet world? Page One: Inside the New York Times seeks to find out where the NY Times is heading, or if it even has a way to head to.
Iranian director Jafar Panahi was put on house arrest because the Iranian government says he was making a movie criticizing the regime. During the house arrest, bored and very much frustrated with his situation, Pahani decided to step in front of the camera to give us his side of the story.
Funny, inspiring and heartbreaking in turns, You’ve Been Trumped is an environmental parable for our celebrity driven times.
A Top10 list of 2010 all the way into October of 2011? Yes, people.
What would you do if you found out that whatever you thought as a child of fantasy stories to scare little kids was actual reality?
Pearl Jam Twenty is pretty much a love letter from Cameron Crowe to the band, but a very entertaining one nonetheless.