Friday, November 15, 2019

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

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

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

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

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

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...

Generation Wealth director on what happened after Queen of Versailles, more

It’s been six years since The Queen of Versailles presented a comical yet disturbing portrait of a rich Florida family who wanted to build...

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

  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...

Filmworker’s Leon Vitali on frustrating Kubrick myths and the director’s relationship...

Leon Vitali, Stanley Kubrick’s longtime assistant, has heard all of the fans’ conspiracy theories about his boss’ films, from the notion the Apollo moon...

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

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...

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

Used with permission by Andrew Hevia/Leave the Bus, LLC You’d be forgiven if you sense director Andrew Hevia...