Through their patient, cinema vérité style, the directors give us a glimpse into a world where aloha – “love, honor and respect for all” – is not just a catchy word or an abstract idea, but truly a way of life.
(T)ERROR is an eye-opening look at one place where our war on terror, taxpayer dollars are going.
The following are just three of my top picks from Tribeca – which cover ground from southern Africa, to Castro’s Cuba, to the South Side of Chicago.
This is a series about a man whose proximity to wealth and privilege has most likely led him to get away with serial murder.
Let’s get down and dirty for real.
When none other than urban legend Patti Smith pronounces, “New York has closed itself off to the young and struggling,” I take it as a sign to move on
If anything, the Sony scandal has temporarily leveled the playing field.
Global Comment spoke with award-winning producer/director Mary Dore recently.
Making its North American debut in the Metropolis section at DOC NYC, Thomas Wirthensohn’s beautifully crafted “Homme Less” follows the quintessentially eccentric New Yorker Mark Reay. At 52, the still dashing and debonair, former international model now strives to make a living as a fashion photographer and bit actor (the “Men in Black” franchise is …
An interview with the director of the film Stephen Colbert considers “So good it almost made me like Chicago Obama.”