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After his recent string of political films, Errol Morris returns to his journalistic roots in Tabloid, a quirky account of former model Joyce McKinney who was accused of raping a Mormon Missionary in 1977. This unbelievable tale is captured with poignant distinction as it examines the distortions of reality that are presented by the media and the lies that we tell ourselves to be true.
Click here to read full review.

After his recent string of political films, Errol Morris returns to his journalistic roots in Tabloid, a quirky account of former model Joyce McKinney who was accused of raping a Mormon Missionary in 1977. This unbelievable tale is captured with poignant distinction as it examines the distortions of reality that are presented by the media and the lies that we tell ourselves to be true.

Click here to read full review.

Limor Pinhasov is an Israeli film-maker who has directed and edited various documentaries such as A Working Mom (2006) and Company Jasmine (2001). Her most recent film Melissa: Mom and Me (2010) is currently touring festival circuits. Read her interview with Reeling The Real here.

Limor Pinhasov is an Israeli film-maker who has directed and edited various documentaries such as A Working Mom (2006) and Company Jasmine (2001). Her most recent film Melissa: Mom and Me (2010) is currently touring festival circuits. Read her interview with Reeling The Real here.

An Interview with director Peter Sasowsky

Peter Sasowsky’s documentary Heaven + Earth + Joe Davis premieres at Raindance Film Festival 2011 on Saturday 1st October. He is also the founder and director of Serious Motion Pictures, a script to screen production company that produces documentary and narrative films, corporate communications, and media for foundations and philanthropies.

Click here to read more.

Jun Miyake - All Names

Amazing soundtrack to an amazing film

Troy Davis, and remembering Errol Morris’s The Thin Blue Line

Thin Blue Line Milkshake

"Was documentary representation one of the things the Troy Davis case could have benefited from? Or is there no point in crying over spilt milk[shake]?"

For full article click here

theloudestvoice:

Merian Cooper, Marguerite Harrison and Ernest Schoedsack on location in Angora while filming Grass: A Nation’s Battle for Life
(via Savage Minds)

theloudestvoice:

Merian Cooper, Marguerite Harrison and Ernest Schoedsack on location in Angora while filming Grass: A Nation’s Battle for Life

(via Savage Minds)

This Year Has Been A Sad Year For Avant-Garde Cinema

nudedefendingastaircase:

RIP Adolfas Mekas (September 30, 1925 – May 31, 2011)

RIP Robert Breer (September 30, 1926 – August 13, 2011)

RIP George Landow a.k.a. Owen Land (1944 - June 8, 2011)

RIP Jordan Belson (1926 − September 6, 2011)

RIP George Kuchar (August 31, 1942 – September 6, 2011)

cultfilms:

legendary film maker wim wenders (paris, texas; buenavista social club) at the premium screening of his latest film pina at 2011 toronto international film festival.
(via [daily dose of imagery])

cultfilms:

legendary film maker wim wenders (paris, texas; buenavista social club) at the premium screening of his latest film pina at 2011 toronto international film festival.

(via [daily dose of imagery])

After his recent string of political films, Errol Morris returns to his journalistic roots in Tabloid, a quirky account of former model Joyce McKinney who was accused of raping a Mormon Missionary in 1977. This unbelievable tale is captured with poignant distinction as it examines the distortions of reality that are presented by the media and the lies that we tell ourselves to be true.
Click here to read full review.

After his recent string of political films, Errol Morris returns to his journalistic roots in Tabloid, a quirky account of former model Joyce McKinney who was accused of raping a Mormon Missionary in 1977. This unbelievable tale is captured with poignant distinction as it examines the distortions of reality that are presented by the media and the lies that we tell ourselves to be true.

Click here to read full review.

Limor Pinhasov is an Israeli film-maker who has directed and edited various documentaries such as A Working Mom (2006) and Company Jasmine (2001). Her most recent film Melissa: Mom and Me (2010) is currently touring festival circuits. Read her interview with Reeling The Real here.

Limor Pinhasov is an Israeli film-maker who has directed and edited various documentaries such as A Working Mom (2006) and Company Jasmine (2001). Her most recent film Melissa: Mom and Me (2010) is currently touring festival circuits. Read her interview with Reeling The Real here.

An Interview with director Peter Sasowsky

Peter Sasowsky’s documentary Heaven + Earth + Joe Davis premieres at Raindance Film Festival 2011 on Saturday 1st October. He is also the founder and director of Serious Motion Pictures, a script to screen production company that produces documentary and narrative films, corporate communications, and media for foundations and philanthropies.

Click here to read more.

Jun Miyake - All Names

Amazing soundtrack to an amazing film

Troy Davis, and remembering Errol Morris’s The Thin Blue Line

Thin Blue Line Milkshake

"Was documentary representation one of the things the Troy Davis case could have benefited from? Or is there no point in crying over spilt milk[shake]?"

For full article click here

theloudestvoice:

Merian Cooper, Marguerite Harrison and Ernest Schoedsack on location in Angora while filming Grass: A Nation’s Battle for Life
(via Savage Minds)

theloudestvoice:

Merian Cooper, Marguerite Harrison and Ernest Schoedsack on location in Angora while filming Grass: A Nation’s Battle for Life

(via Savage Minds)

This Year Has Been A Sad Year For Avant-Garde Cinema

nudedefendingastaircase:

RIP Adolfas Mekas (September 30, 1925 – May 31, 2011)

RIP Robert Breer (September 30, 1926 – August 13, 2011)

RIP George Landow a.k.a. Owen Land (1944 - June 8, 2011)

RIP Jordan Belson (1926 − September 6, 2011)

RIP George Kuchar (August 31, 1942 – September 6, 2011)

cultfilms:

legendary film maker wim wenders (paris, texas; buenavista social club) at the premium screening of his latest film pina at 2011 toronto international film festival.
(via [daily dose of imagery])

cultfilms:

legendary film maker wim wenders (paris, texas; buenavista social club) at the premium screening of his latest film pina at 2011 toronto international film festival.

(via [daily dose of imagery])

An Interview with director Peter Sasowsky
Troy Davis, and remembering Errol Morris’s The Thin Blue Line
This Year Has Been A Sad Year For Avant-Garde Cinema

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