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Leaning into the wind – Andy Goldsworthy

Documentary filmmaker Thomas Riedelsheimer was so fascinated with Andy Goldsworthy that 16 years after making a first film about the British sculptor (Rivers and tides – Andy Goldsworthy… 315 more words


Mister Rogers' Ministry of Love

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Directed by Morgan Neville

By Pamela Zoslov

For years a legend circulated about Fred Rogers, the kindly creator and host of the long-running children’s TV program “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” The story is that one day, Rogers was babysitting his grandson, and thieves made off with his Oldmobile sedan. 1,192 more words


In Your Face hits 1 Million mark

In Your Face (a film I conceived and commissioned for Real Stories) hit 1 million views on YouTube this weekend, a month after going live. It received 2 million views on its… 384 more words

My Commissions

Will View for Work: Reviewing The Lo-Fi Life of Weird Paul

We of a certain age are either condemned or privileged (take your pick) to live out our days with one foot each in the entirely separate worlds of pre- and post-Internet existence. 1,236 more words


Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami

A fan: Would you ever do another movie?
Grace Jones: My own!

Well, this as close as you can get. Sophie Fiennes’s documentary is a small glare into the personality of the legendary singer. 282 more words


On Anthony Bourdain

Finding Anthony Bourdain was a complete accident. Flipping through channels in Moscow on a completely ordinary day, I stumbled across this weird dude on a military boat saying, ‘Not how we expected this show to end, huh?’. 710 more words

Random Musings


What I knew about Ruth Bader Ginsburg came mostly from Kate McKinnon’s impersonations on Saturday night live. RBG is a new documentary about the Supreme court justice, her life, her work on behalf of gender equality and exploring just how much of a bad ass she is still today at 85. 221 more words