“Under African Skies” is a film directed by Joe Berlinger (1961-). Released in 2012, in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of Paul Simon’s “Graceland” album, it’s a fantastic documentary of both the music made by Paul Simon (1941-) and various South African musicians, as well as the political climate of that country during these collaborations. 123 more words
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Blair Witch 2: Book of Shadows. 2000. Directed by Joe Berlinger. Screenplay by Berlinger & Dick Beebe.
Starring Jeffrey Donovan, Tristine Skyler, Erica Leerhsen, Kim Director, Lanny Flaherty, Lauren Husley, & Raynor Scheine. 1,096 more words
Why do people need personal trainers and life coaches?
In a gym, once you have been shown how to use the equipment safely you should, in theory, be able to organise your own workout. 981 more words
Just miles from top-50 school Colgate University is the town of Munnsville, New York. In Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky’s film Brother’s Keeper (1992), a reporter describes it as a portal to the past, the home of humble farmers living as they did “200 years ago.” But trouble has come to Munnsville. 655 more words
With platforms like Netflix taking the world by storm, we’re getting exposure to more and more documentary films. This kind of genre is so popular because it often sheds light on controversial issues and opens discussion on topics that may not have had much attention from the media or the public. 806 more words
SundanceTV has ordered four-part true crime documentary series Murder in the Heartland: In Cold Blood Revisited (working title), a reexamination of the crime chronicled in Truman Capote’s landmark book and Oscar-nominated film, for premiere next year. 375 more words
It makes all too much sense that ill-fated Artisan Films pumped out a sequel to their 1999 box-office success, The Blair Witch Project. Questions of whether certain meticulously-arranged rock piles should be disturbed was a non-issue, and any sense of story continuity was jettisoned in favor of a hackneyed, nonsensical plot. 661 more words