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Always point the camera

“Always point the camera, even when you’re not shooting. If you put the camera down when nothing’s happening and then when something interesting starts to happen you start pointing it again, everybody senses it and it changes the dynamic. 57 more words

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Iris Apfel: Businesswoman, Fashion Icon, Legend

Today, as I skipped ahead to the entertainment section of the Toronto Star (as I always do), an article on the bottom right caught my eye. 227 more words

Film

Pilgrimages - Albert Maysles Memorial Film Festival

Meet Marlon Brando (1965; Dir.: Albert and David Maysles)

Grade: B

By Mike Dub

*Meet Marlon Brando screens Friday night as part of the Albert Maysles Memorial Film Festival, which runs from May 8-14 at the Vogue Theatre in SF.  608 more words

In Theaters

In Transit (2015) Dirs. Albert Maysles, Nelson Walker, Lynn True, David Usui and Ben Wu

World premiere at Tribeca Film Festival, New York City, April 18, 2015


Alexandra Sage

The cinematography is triumphant in Albert Maysles’s final film, In Transit… 459 more words

Reviews

Goodbye to 2 Alberts

Today I attend the funeral of my friend’s father, Albert. Nothing like a funeral to remind us of our own immortality. What do we want to leave behind? 337 more words

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Grey what? Grey Gardens

While the world awaits the arrival of Fifty Shades of Grey, I thought I would recommend something that came to mind in a subconscious slip of the striatum. 141 more words

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Character Profile 4: Little Edie Bouvier

I thought I would do a fun character profile today that would introduce you to a film that may be new to some of you less hard-core movie buffs. 646 more words

Character Profiles