Category Archives: Documentaries
From my virtual trip to the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, the award winners –
1970s Mexican-American singer-songwriter Sixto Rodriguez (who looks like an older version of Edward James Olmos crossed with Lou Diamond Philips) released two records on the Sussex Record Label: — Cold Fact in 1970, and Coming from Reality in 1971. Two … Continue reading
In 1994, a 13-year-old boy disappears in Texas. Three and a half years later, police find him in Spain. What happened to him? Where has he been all this time? Is it really him??? What??
The San Francisco International Film Festival closes tomorrow and I’ve seen seven films.
Your less than humble film critic will be attending the San Francisco International Film Festival which opened earlier this week.
The film list is out for the 54th San Francisco International Film Festival. A list of films that played at Sundance 2011 is available below.
A new personal best–I saw 31 films this year at Sundance. And, I have to say, I enjoyed most of them. I think the reason is
I saw four films on Friday. The Flaw, The Bengali Detective, The Salesman, and The Ledge. Quick thoughts below.
I saw Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles, Family Portrait in Black and White, Life in a Day, and On the Ice. Very quick thoughts.
Due to some guy losing his wallet on the shuttle bus, I was late for my last film of the night, so today I watched 4.95 films today.