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10 Word Review - Ebertfest - 13th

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10 Word Review

"When a Filmmaker Sees Horror in Real Life"

Whether this counts as a review or not is sort of up to the beholder; I don’t think it’s review-ish, myself, but I wonder if it might read that way to others. 110 more words


APT to screen JTW

Alabama Public Television has accepted JOURNEY TO THE WILDERNESS for broadcast.  Air dates and times will be posted here as soon as they are available.

Documentary Films

Official Selection at First Nations Film & Video Festival, May 1-10, 2018 in Chicago!

If you’re in Chicago, May 1-10, 2018, our documentary Forget Winnetou: Loving in the Wrong Way will be screened at the First Nations Film and Video Festival.  72 more words

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Review: The China Hustle, 2018, dir. Jed Rothstein

I don’t pretend to have a mind for economic concepts. My review of Jed Rothstein’s The China Hustle is the first time I’ve ever felt free to use that as my hook, so I expect it reads more naturally than anything I’ve written on material in the same ballpark. 131 more words


Documentary Films

Documentaries help bring stories, and people lives that the average person might not have heard. However, documentaries can make people do things and act differently when the camera is turned on. 1,101 more words



Australian director Jennifer Peedom’s new documentary Mountain starts with an anonymous quote: “Those who dance are considered insane by those who can’t hear the music”. Throughout the film we are indeed witnessing how insane those mountain climbers seem to us, mere ordinary, boring people. 256 more words