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Wanderers: Take 4 minutes to watch and listen!

In less than four minutes, Wanderers — a short film by Erik Wernquist –– animator and digital artist from Stockholm, Sweden– sweeps us away from war, ugliness, pollution and worldwide climate threats to consider the human longing for seeking new places in the our solar system and beyond. 190 more words


Interview: Joshua Oppenheimer, The Look of Silence

“Joshua Oppenheimer has dedicated the last decade of his life to exposing the Indonesian genocide that occurred between 1965 and 1966, but he first began to tell his story to the world back in 2013, when Drafthouse Films released Oppenheimer’s film The Act of Killing to critical acclaim and an eventual Oscar nomination. 74 more words

Film Musings

The wolfpack

The Angulos is probably the weirdest family I have ever seen in a film. In 2010, director Crystal Moselle met the six Angulo brothers on a New York street. 328 more words


Movie Review: 'Batkid Begins'

By Bill Wine
KYW Newsradio 1060

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — When Batkid Begins begins, you feel pretty good about our species.

When it ends, you feel even better. 501 more words

Heard On

Magician: The astonishing life and work of Orson Welles

‘Boy wonder’ Orson Welles was only 24 when he made CitizenKane. For several reason, it was not a success, but over the years the… 456 more words


Review: A Murder in the Park, 2015, dir. Christopher S. Rech & Brandon Kimber

“On August 15th, 1982, as the festivities of Chicago’s annual Bud Billiken Day Parade petered out and the city grew quiet under a blanket of seasonal heat, teenagers Marilyn Green and Jerry Hillard were gunned down near a Washington Park swimming pool. 70 more words


Being Canadian

Emmy award wining writer Robert Cohen is from Calgary but works in the US. He wrote for The Simpsons and The big bang theory among others. 376 more words