Monday, August 2, 2021

“Travelling at Night with Jim Jarmusch” director Léa Rinaldi on working...

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In all his years making movies, director Jim Jarmusch has never allowed anyone to shoot him at work. That is, until he met Léa Rinaldi, a French...

In The JT LeRoy Story a con artist finds her way...

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The latest documentary by director Jeff Feuerzeig, The JT Leroy Story, explores the making of the character of JT Leroy, an author who rose to...

Plaza de la Soledad offers a non-judgmental take on prostitution —...

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The new documentary Plaza de la Soledad is an artistic rumination on aging that presents interwoven stories of different low-income Mexican women who are...

Filmworker’s Leon Vitali on what drew him to give up acting...

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It’s well know that working for Stanley Kubrick will take a lot out of an actor. Filmworker, the new documentary by Tony Zierra about...

In Theo Who Lived, resiliency comes from within — a film...

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  As soon as you see Theo Padnos on the big screen, he seems like a cool guy. Personable and easygoing with an unassuming personality that...

In Eight Days A Week, we discover the making of a...

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Director Ron Howard takes advantage of the wealth of archival photos and videos of the Beatles to recreate their touring years in his most...

In Seed: The Untold Story food commodification means bad news —...

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Our earth is a delicate, sensitive, living, breathing organism that needs the care and attention we have not given it. Taking it for granted...

Director/producer Andrew Hevia on Leave The Bus Through The Broken Window

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You’d be forgiven if you sense director Andrew Hevia has a fixation on his own feet. The Los Angeles-based documentary filmmaker (not to mention...