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re/membering undocumented histories

An Interview with Filmmaker and Artist Hu Jie in the New York Times Review of Books reminds me just how important it is to pay attention and to remain curious: we will be called upon to bear witness to that which we have seen and that which we did not. 207 more words


Hustler's Convention premieres @ the Sheffield Doc/Fest

Hustler’s Convention premieres @ the Sheffield Doc/Festival and the 90 minute film will be shown at the Molinare Library Theatre
Jun 7th @ 15.30.

Riverhorse have just announced that ‘Hustler’s Convention’ 414 more words

Deep Stuff

05/27 | ON THE WAY TO SCHOOL (Kenya, Morocco, Patagonia, and Bengal) (Film)

Just getting to school creates harrowing adventure and demands heroic stamina of four children living in Kenya, Morocco, Patagonia, and Bengal. Lush photography in breathtaking locales stands in incongruous contrast to the dangers involved in each child’s daily journey, documented over many miles of treacherous terrain, dodging stampeding elephants in Kenya, or on foot through high mountain passes in Morocco. 42 more words

Gene Siskel Film Center


This weekend I watched an interesting documentary on Netflix called Stripped which is about comic strips, those things in the newspaper. In the documentary it talks about the state of the newspaper comic strip as well as a history of the comic strip and it gives an overview on how syndicates work. 247 more words



Here is a new short film I made about a community bee project.

BUZZSCAPING: BUILDING A POLLINATOR HOUSE IN STRATHCONA is a collaboration between eartHand Gleaners Society… 41 more words


5 Questions With Cuban Documentary Director Javier Labrador

This interview appeared in Remezcla.com, a site focusing on Latin American culture, music, film, sports, etc. It’s a great site worth exploring. Take a look. 814 more words