‘JOE BUFFALO’: Surviving the Horrors of the Residential Schools by Skateboarding

In “Joe Buffalo,” directed by Amar Chebib and executive produced by Tony Hawk, an Indigenous skateboarding legend overcomes addiction and trauma stemming from his years in Canada’s Church-run school system. (Source: The New Yorker)

Covid-19: The Last Call

A story of a family devastated by NYC’s COVID-19 outbreak and how the highly infectious disease has upended the ways loved ones connect — and say goodbye. #Coronavirus #NewYorkCity #Documentary First, her daughter spiked a fever. Then, her aunt was…

Pauline Kael changed the movies with her reviews in The New Yorker, but this doc packs in too much

By Gregory Crofton If you like the movies, you’ll probably find plenty of worth in “What She Said: The Art of Pauline Kael.” It’s filled with clips from classic films like “Citizen Kane,” (1941), “Lawrence of Arabia” (1962) and “One…

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