Tag Archives: Documentary Film

  • Three Trembling Cities (2016) - Arthur Vincie

    A new series about the immigrants who make New York City’s heart tremble with hope.

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  • Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes (2008) - Jon Ronson

    If the devil is in the details, then Stanley Kubrick had a fruitful pact with Mephistopheles, judging by “Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes.” (Derek Elley, Variety, August 2008)

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  • VICE -

    What do the stories of Dennis Rodman’s roadtrip to North Korea, the report from the Ukraine by Simon Ostrovsky, who was kidnapped and released in the process, and, more recently, THE ISLAMIC STATE documentary by freelancer Medyan Dairieh all have in common? In a word: Vice.

  • The Clock (2010) - Christian Marclay

    “Watching THE CLOCK, I found myself wondering if Mr. Marclay has a computer for a brain. (He had six assistants culling movies for time-related sequences but apparently did all the editing himself.) The sense of his mind at work, piecing everything together — thinking endlessly of time and timing, of sight and sound — is […]

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  • Are movies dead? -

    Citing the high quality of both this year’s Oscar nominees and the 2014 Sundance Film Festival line-up, Salon’s Andrew O’Hehir argues against current claims that we’ve entered the post-cinematic era.

  • Room 666 (1982) - Wim Wenders

    At the 1982 Film Festival in Cannes, Wim Wenders filmed a series of directors, including Jean-Luc Goddard, Werner Herzog, Michelangelo Antonioni, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, and Steven Spielberg, each sitting in room 666 at the Hotel Martinez, alone, in front of a camera, talking about the future of cinema, addressing the question, “Is cinema a language about to get lost, an art form about to die?”

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  • Do No Harm (2009) - Rebecca Schanberg

    Screened at numerous film festivals, including Eugene, Napa Sonoma, Ohio, Philadelphia, Santa Fe, and Tacoma, DO NO HARM tells the story of two reluctant whistle blowers in a small Georgia town who endure relentless attacks as they struggle to draw national attention to hospital corruption and the plight of the uninsured.

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