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…

Poet and People Connector Rose Styron Savors Each Summer on Martha’s Vineyard

By Gregory Crofton Rose Styron has a natural elegance about her. While she describes herself as maybe a little “pollyannaish,” others just call it being “In the Company of Rose.” That’s the name of a new documentary on her life…

DOC NYC: ‘LAST FLIGHT HOME’ Brings the Right to Die Issue into Your Living Room

By Gregory Crofton Eli Timoner was a successful man in charge of his life. He also cared about the people around him and didn’t dodge difficult fights, even if they were political in nature. But then something bad and unexpected…

DOC NYC: This Vermont College was the Place to Be for Young American Writers in the 1980s

THE END OF THE WORLD By Gregory Crofton Former Vanity Fair writer Matt Tyrnauer’s (Studio 54, Where’s My Roy Cohn?) new doc “The End of the World” examines what made Bennington College a very liberal and an especially good place…

DOC NYC Returns with Films on Songwriter Judee Sill, Former Gov. Jerry Brown, Inventor of the Bullet Proof Vest and Much More!

By Gregory Crofton In its 13th edition, DOC NYC continues as the largest nonfiction film festival in the country with more than 110 feature-length movies set to screen theatrically and online Nov. 9-27. What sets this festival apart from others…

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