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09.12.13
Documentary Film
*** Everyone wants to understand painting. why don’t they try to understand the song of the birds? why do they love a night, a flower, everything which surrounds man, without attempting to understand them? whereas where painting is concerned, they
09.09.11
Documentary Film
In the movie Snow on tha Bluff, a man is lying in the street bleeding from a knife wound. This is the behind the scenes story of how : "Frank Got Stabbed".http://www.facebook.com/snowonthabluffhttp://twitter.com/SnowOnThaBluffhttp://snowonthabluff.tumblr.comhttp://www.snowonthabluff.com
05.09.10
Documentary Film
In celebration of Asian Heritage Month, Reel Asian presents its first cross-Canada tour SENSE OF WONDER, a dynamic selection of thought-provoking Asian Canadian shorts from across the country. This program will be seen in four different cities this May including
03.11.10
Documentary Film
And the moral of the story is... (Part 2) Curated by Zoë Gray March 18-20 (see times below)An extract from the eponymous non-stop film program that took place Feb. 4-7, 2010, as part of the year-long Morality project at Witte
02.06.10
Documentary Film
I was able to attend two films as part of the New York City Dance on Camera Festival last week at the Walter Reade Theatre at Lincoln Center. Two nights, two documentaries on contemporary dance, two very different, yet equally
01.26.10
Documentary Film
This coming week, I am excited to check out the Dance On Camera Festival 2010. Starting this week there are some free events at various venues, including a night of shorts at Judson Memorial Church presented by Movement Research tonight,
11.25.09
Documentary Film
It's pretty much impossible to discuss Roman Polanski right now without addressing his presence in the news. (He was arrested in Zurich for charges in the U.S. dating back to 1977, and is reported to be released on $4.49 million dollars
11.24.09
Documentary Film
by Mazi
A look at Curfew and The Roof, two Palestinian films depicting the Cinematic Space of Occupation. Both Curfew by Rashid Masharawi and The Roof by Kamal Aljafari portray the cinematic space of occupation. Both films are situated in the occupied city
11.23.09
Documentary Film
In deference to that ubiquitous cold that's been going around, here's something easy to watch, goes well with cough medicine, and is a high energy diversion to get you up on your feet! In 2005, David LaChapelle -- famous for his
11.23.09
Documentary Film
Next Monday, November 30 marks this years Gotham Film Awards hosted by the Independent Film Project. This seems like a good moment to offer some info, for those of you who don't know much about the IFP. From their website: After
11.20.09
Documentary Film
by Arty
Gratuitous Art Films presents: Thanks For the Giving A thanksgiving special Musical Guest: Dub is a Weapon Song title "Curva Peligrosa" Find out more about Dub is a Weapon http://www.dubisaweapon.com/fr_index.cfm Learn more about Gratuitous Art Films http://gratuitousartproductions.com/
11.13.09
Documentary Film
by Troy
The inhumanity of it all left me chilled, frightened, and at times, in tears. Actress Milla Jovovich opens The Fourth Kind declaring that “every scene in this movie is supported by archive footage.” The footage she refers to depicts hypnotherapy sessions
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