Into the DarknessBy David N. Meyer
Theres no in-room cable porn at my usual hotel in Idahos capital, the Boise Statehouse Inn.
When History Proves Too Provocative, Insert Emotional WaterfallBy Elena Mancini
With Rosenstrasse, director and screenwriter Margarethe von Trotta gives cinematic voice to a fascinating and obscure moment in the history of the Holocaust.
The Whisper of the Whistling Water: Portrait of Louise BourgeoisBy Phong Bui
To enter the home and studio space of le grand dame Louise Bourgeois is to enter Pere Juless dark and claustrophobic cabin, filled with a multitude of personal objects in Jean Vigos final masterpiece LAtalante.
Dont Believe the Hype
For some time now its been clear that something special is happening in the world of documentary filmmaking. So much so that the next great film movement, at least in the Western world, may in fact be a documentary film movement.
Docs In Sight
The Right-Wing DocsBy Williams Cole
The phenomenal success, both politically and financially, of Michael Moores Fahrenheit 9/11 made it only a matter of time before the well-funded right would put forth a slew of responses.