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Residents fight to Protect Their Homes and Diverse Culture in ‘There Goes the Neighborhood’

By Gregory Crofton Director Ian Phillips did the work many of us think we ought to do in “There Goes the Neighborhood,” a new 75-minute doc about a community’s historic defeat of Amazon and its push to establish headquarters in…

Films I’m Excited About at DOC NYC

By Gregory Crofton In its 14th year, DOC NYC continues as the largest nonfiction film festival in the country with more than 105 feature-length movies set to screen theatrically and streaming from Nov. 8-26. What sets this festival apart from…

Author Chuck Palahniuk

Interview and portrait of Chuck Palahniuk, a novelist from Clark County, Washington. Chuck’s novel Fight Club was adapted into a motion picture in 1999. (Source: Soft White Underbelly)

Photographing Ukraine War for ’20 Days in Mariupol’
https://open.spotify.com/episode/3IKTe9nShylrxjfqhNZB0i?si=1ef7ac8fd4e04493 Associated Press videographer Mstyslav Chernov won the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of Russia's war against Ukraine. When the war escalated in February 2022, Mstyslav covered the front lines for his documentary "20 Days in Mariupol". The film premiered…
‘Robert Irwin: A Desert of Pure Feeling’ is Worth a Long Look, Then a Few More

By Gregory Crofton This film about little-known modern artist Robert Irwin is filled with his philosophical truths and beautiful works of art. It is a wonderful, delicately assembled doc, which took director Jennifer Lane eight years to make. Irwin is…

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