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Three Days with Thomas Bernhard

A new fully-illustrated volume offers a fascinating portrait of Austria’s most significant post-war writer

In the summer of 1970, experimental filmmaker Ferry Radax arranged to meet with the Austrian writer Thomas Bernhard. 877 more words


Miss Sharon Jones!

When a film includes punctuation in its title, it’s a signal that you should pay attention. The exclamation adorning Miss Sharon Jones is no anomaly. The woman is a phenom worthy of exclamation. 431 more words


Things I Loved This Year: A Worthy Tribute to a Soul Legend

Each day this month (assuming I don’t get busy or bored!), I’ll reflect on a tiny sliver of pop culture that I enjoyed or appreciated this year — scenes, shots, gestures, verses, sights, sounds, moments. 305 more words


In Review!: "Kate Plays Christine"

Robert Greene’s Kate Plays Christine is an intelligent and intense documentary skewering modern media ethics and studying psychosis, persona, and gender politics. At the center is journalist Christine Chubbuck who committed the first on-air suicide on a Sarasota news station, and the actress Kate Lyn Sheil charged with playing the woman in all of her various unknowable selves and deep depression. 381 more words

The Plutocracy Cartel & Shadow Government (Documentary)

An Entrenched Global Elite Of Vast Wealth Has Spread Its Tentacles Over The Earth Wielding Extraordinary Power Over World Affairs.

A wealthy and powerful oligarchy of banks, corporations, and dynastic families and institutions, runs the world. 104 more words



My marketing goal while doing Instagram for BlueShoe Media is really just to connect to the audience and spread awareness of BlueShoe Media and the upcoming documentaries created by BlueShoe Media. 144 more words

Weekly Scheduling

For BlueShoe Media’s social media, I write up a weekly plan of what I’m going to post. This plan is then sent to my bosses to be approved for the upcoming week. 275 more words