There’s no beating around the Bush with regards to how the 2000 election results impacted our present climate situation.
8 Billion Lives is a platform for short documentary films, each featuring a day in the life of a real person.
George Butler and Robert Fiore's Pumping Iron debuted 33 years ago, focusing on a number of bodybuilders, including Arnold Schwarzenegger. Because so few documentaries give us insight into an improbable kind of hyper-masculinized identity, briefly contextualizing two recent efforts with Butler and Fiore's film seems useful.Afghan Muscles and Bigger, Stronger, Faster: The Side Effects of …
Macky Alston's documentary The Killer Within is an unflinching exploration into the nature of guilt, told from the perspective of one man who must reveal a terrible secret.
The Ister examines the rapid nature of technological progress and its disorienting effect on Western philosophy and ethics.
Frontrunner illustrates how a force of people are trying to change long-established cultural norms by altering social practices, and such changes begin with the freedom to act on one's personal beliefs.
"Wetlands was unlike any music venue or any nightclub I had ever entered, let alone one in New York City. I remember being blown away by the use of space, in particular the downstairs lounge, which was something of the ultimate chill zone."