Wednesday, July 20 2011
A few idiosyncratic passages from the cult classic series by Stephen King may have a lot to say about ludic point-of-view.
Tuesday, July 12 2011
Tuesday, July 21 2009
Nerakhoon looks forward to an unknown future as it also looks back on events obscured by history and media images.
Wednesday, December 10 2008
This notion of "help" -- impossible, necessary -- colors Inheritance, a documentary about living with memories of a Nazi father.
Thursday, October 16 2008
Soldiers' moral struggles tend to remain invisible, like the situations that drive them. Soldiers of Conscience shows the dilemmas and the costs of war.
Wednesday, October 8 2008
Respectful and riveting, Up the Yangtze reveals the complex effects of loss and fear, as well as a kind of relentless hopefulness.
Wednesday, October 1 2008
Joanna Rudnick's documentary about BRAC genetic testing charts the complicated process of making decisions in her documentary, in ways alternately informative, distressing, and galvanizing.
Tuesday, September 30 2008
Roger Weisberg's documentary provides a devastating critique of the U.S. health care system by following four subjects through their daily efforts to find relief, work, or counsel.
Tuesday, September 16 2008
Calavera Highway considers the point where it becomes impossible to distinguish between reality and myth, experience and narrative.
Tuesday, August 19 2008
The Judge and the General gives Guzmán the opportunity to reflect on his part in the process of Pinochet's regime and to define the perpetrators.