Petzold’s new film finally made it to my little town and, big Petzold fan that I am, I went to go see it asap. I’m including the trailer (above) and the interview he did in New York for the
For whatever reason, their doesn’t seem to be a trailer with English subtitles. But don’t let that dissuade you, if you don’t speak Spanish. The DVD has got you covered. Well worth the effort. A recovering Bank Robber gets out
Concept 101, from an IMDB editor out of New Zealand Vanya is a 6 year old orphan living in a rundown orphanage in a remote Russian village. For Vanya and the other children, life is without hope, unless, of course,
Ivor Tymchak [ 6 MAR 2017 | Storytelling | 5:42 ] You often see this legend “Knowledge is Power” above library doorways and such like. But it’s not true. Knowledge is not power. The application of knowledge is power.
I generally avoid theaters, as many of you know, so I’ve only just seen David Oelhofen‘s Far From Men. It’s one of those movies that you just can’t see, the first time around, even if you grew up in Algeria,
Dheepan, the new Audiard, finally showed up in my little town’s independent theater. I’m definitely glad I got to see it on a large screen and I’m definitely looking forward to the Director Commentary on the DVD release. Dheepan won
Jacques Audiard’s Prophet tells the story of a 19-year-old French youth of Algerian descent who is sentenced to six years in prison for reasons unknown — possibly chronic vagrancy. Alone and illiterate upon his arrival, a posse of Corsican mobsters
Not, as some would have it, a Bollywood film. Definitely a Boutique film. A deeply affectionate portrait of Mumbai’s Regular Folk. And Regular Folk period.
Doug Lipman [ 5 JUN 2013 | Storytelling ] The natural method of storytelling does NOT involve writing out a script, or memorizing even an outline of any kind. The natural method of storytelling is all about repeatedly telling the
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie [ 12 APR 2013 | Storytelling ] I would like to start by telling you about one of my greatest friends, Okoloma Maduewesi. Okoloma lived on my street and looked after me like a big brother. If