Luke Taylor has worked as a writer and producer on educational videos, film shorts and documentaries, and he has participated in the voting for the Independent Spirit Awards. From 2007 to 2009, Taylor was the writer and host/presenter of the public radio podcast, Grammar Grater. His articles, essays and reviews have appeared in such publications as the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Twin Cities Business Journal, Ships Monthly and Rain Taxi Review of Books.
Silent Souls is reminiscent of Winter’s Bone, where a sad human tale unfolds within a cold and aloof yet beautiful-in-its-own-way natural environment.
27 Feb 2013
Consider The Dust Bowl's historic backdrop: an economic bubble, a financial crisis, a drought, a natural disaster, and the effects of human activity on the climate.
19 Nov 2012
This is the story of two people who meet by chance and spend a night talking and wandering the streets of Minneapolis. They may or may not love each other, but they clearly love their city.
18 Mar 2012
Viewing Maxwell Street Blues paradoxically stirs simultaneous emotions of melancholy and elation. Much like what happens when singing the blues.
02 Nov 2011
Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop is a remarkably candid, complex and personal portrait of O’Brien that transcends the late-night host’s television persona.
15 Sep 2011
This is not a romantic comedy as its trailer misleads; rather, it’s a drama that carries us through the defining moments that occur within nearly 40 years of the eponymous character’s life.
13 Jul 2011
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