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By Sergio Oksman


Sergio and his father, Simão, haven’t seen each other for over 20 years. On the eve of the 2014 World Cup, Sergio returns to his hometown, São Paulo, hoping to watch the games with Simão, as they used to when he was a kid. 158 more words

Documentary Films

Exclusive: Zak Bagans Gives Demon House Update @Zak_Bagans @DreadCentral @TheDemonHouse

We’ve been keeping a very close eye on production of Zak Bagans’ new film, The Demon House, which tells the tale of his in-depth investigation of… 385 more words


USAT and STEM: Documentary Recommendations

Everyone on the USAT staff LOVES documentary films. Due to advancements in film-making technologies and science visualization starting in the 2000s, such as tiny cameras that can take us into a scorpion den and incredible computer modeling of the scientific concepts, the documentaries of today bear little resemblance to what we all sat through when we had a substitute teacher in Biology. 1,336 more words

For Coaches And Teachers

Racing Extinction! Don't Miss It Dec. 2

Academy Award-winning director Louie Psihoyos, who is debuting Racing Extinction – a new documentary that airs December 2 on Discovery TV in 220 countries – is a man on a mission. 324 more words

Endangered Species

Movie Mondays: A Dozen Documentaries to Devour

~posted by Frank

It’s fall, and the days are getting shorter and darker. For those of you who are underwhelmed with feature films and unable to commit to another TV series, I offer you a list of a dozen recent documentaries to fill the void. 440 more words


Heart of a Dog. (Laurie Anderson) 2015.

The Heart of a Dog, film by Laurie Anderson

Laurie Anderson’s movie opens with her describing a dream about the birth of her dog Lolabelle.  It then shifts to the days immediately following 9/11 when dust covered the streets of lower Manhattan and there was debris being hauled by boats, and soldiers with guns patrolling the streets. 429 more words


Interview: Crystal Moselle, The Wolfpack

“Crystal Moselle’s The Wolfpack sounds like the stuff of fiction on paper, but, of course, the film is drawn from real life. The doc tells the story of the Angulo clan, a family living in a Lower East Side apartment in New York City, though “living” doesn’t quite describe their delimited existence. 80 more words

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