Definitive Doc on Superstar Golfer ‘Tiger,’ but Shortcomings are Baked In

By Jonathon Norcross “Tiger” is a two-part HBO documentary on the life and career of superstar golfer Tiger Woods. Produced by Alex Gibney and directed by Matthew Hamachek and Matthew Heineman, the choice of filmmakers was criticized prior to the…

Where Do White People Come From?

A Review of “Killing In Thy Name” a Rage Against the Machine and The Ummah Chroma Collaboration By Chris Durai The concept of a cross burning has always confused me. In RATM’s new video, self described as “a fire escape…

The Gold Rush and Early Days of Cinema Unspool in ‘Dawson City: Frozen Time’

A still from “Dawson City: Frozen Time” (2016) shows what time and degradation can do to an image shot on nitrate film. By Gregory Crofton You can tell “Dawson City: Frozen Time” is a fully realized work of art almost…

Cinema of Decay

This mini-documentary produced by Filmstruck focuses on the artistry of director Bill Morrison, who leverages decaying film stock from years past to tell new stories that are relevant to today’s audiences. The decaying film lends brilliant visuals which add to…

FLOODLINES: It All Started Long Before a Hurricane Called Katrina

One fascinating thing about New Orleans is that the Mississippi built its own levees. All the dirt piles up beside the river over time. That means it’s actually safest right beside the river, because much of the rest of town…

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