Kurt Vonnegut: The Shape of Stories

Acclaimed writer Kurt Vonnegut uses graphing to illustrate how many stories there are yet to tell. Humanity tends to tell the same ones over and over again.

DOC NYC Festival Rundown: Vonnegut, Cousteau, Ashe and the Real Value of Trailer Parks

By Gregory Crofton 40 years in the making, “KURT VONNEGUT: UNSTUCK IN TIME” was worth the wait. It is charming look at the full life of this world famous writer, a man maybe be best known for his books, “Breakfast…

DOC NYC Film Festival Begins This Week with ‘Attica,’ ‘Kurt Vonnegut,’ ‘Citizen Ashe,’ ‘DMX’ and Many More Ready for the Big Screen

By Gregory Crofton Now in its 12th year DOC NYC, a massive in-person and online documentary film festival, begins this week and will screen more than 120 feature-length docs from Nov. 10-28. The films will be shown in-person from Nov.…

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