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Making a Murderer

It has been quite sometime since I have written a review or discussed my opinions on films, movies, shows, documentaries and other things. Primarily I was focusing on theatre for the majority of last year, then I was spending a lot of time working, and then I began work on several writing and editing projects. 1,350 more words



I had the apartment to myself this weekend, which meant DOCUMENTARY FREE FOR ALLLLLLLL. I watched a bunch. Rewatched a bunch. Ate only sushi and drank only La Croix. 561 more words


Must-Watch Documentaries

Hello lovers! After realizing that the “Documentary” section of this blog hadn’t been updated in a crazy while, I thought I would briefly write about 3 documentaries I recently saw that I think are worth¬†making some popcorn for :) (and for those of you that are Netflix and chillers, these are all now on Netflix) : 548 more words


Food Inc

Food Inc is an american documentary that gives some insight into the corporate farming of meat,grain,vegetable & food labelling industries . As consumers we don’t really think about how the food we eat is produced or do we even question if it is clean ?. 121 more words


Top Documentaries I've Seen Recently

-Paris is Burning 

I watched Paris is Burning earlier this year. It shows the New York Ballroom culture in the 80s and the it opened my eyes to how that community has shaped society today and how it is so important that trans people/queer people are protected. 442 more words


THROWDOWN: Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead vs. Live From New York!

Once in a while, the Cinephile City team detects the need for a couple of similar or competing films to have it out in a bare-knuckle, winner-takes-all bout for critical glory. 1,050 more words



Kino Lorber, 2015
Writer: Jafar Panahi
Director: Jafar Panahi
Out of 5: 4 758 more words