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Coming to DVD and VOD this coming Monday, September 1: BRADDOCK AMERICA

Jean-Loïc Portron and Gabriella Kessler’s meditation on a vanished industrial town made its premiere at La Rochelle’s Escales Documentaires in 2013. 42 more words


A summer of quality education documentaries (Part 2)

Following on from my last post, where I managed to go waaay overboard writing about my thoughts on the Chinese school TV show, I thought I’d move on to the other shows that have been on this summer, and hopefully keep it to a reasonable length this time. 1,214 more words









Filming the Camps - John Ford, Samuel Fuller, George Stevens: From Hollywood to Nuremberg

May 6 – Nov 20, 2015
Atlanta History Center
130 West Paces Ferry Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30305

Hollywood directors John Ford, George Stevens, and Samuel Fuller created American cinema classics like The Grapes of Wrath, Shane, and The Big Red One. 249 more words

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Director of New Steve Jobs Documentary Gave a Q&A at Film's NYC Premiere

Last night, a new documentary chronicling the life of Steve Jobs and his nearly life-long project Apple premiered at the Crosby Street Hotel in Manhattan. 1,384 more words

Parent Movie Review: THE ABOLITIONISTS

WHAT’S IT ABOUT: This documentary follows an undercover task force as they take down human traffickers and rescue child slavery victims.

IS IT ANY GOOD? (GRADE: A) Those who’ve seen Taken (the first one, not the rubbish sequels) have been introduced to the heartbreaking, seedy world of child trafficking, albeit through the lens of Hollywood fiction. 401 more words

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